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The Milken Institute Summit - California brings together key members of the state's business and policy leadership to forge partnerships and devise solutions to address the state's biggest challenges. This invitation-only event, hosted by the Institute's California Center, assembles state leaders in business, government, academia and philanthropy, focused on determining a roadmap for growth and future investment to ensure the state remains a destination for business and innovation.
This invitation-only Summit will be a first-of-its-kind gathering of 500 decision-makers, including leaders of global health organizations, deans of schools of public health, industry CEOs, members of the U.S. Congress and Administration, scientists, physicians, philanthropists, NGO leaders, and representatives from governments worldwide.
The Global Conference convenes 3500 participants who will hear 700+ speakers in more than 170 sessions over 4 days -- to explore solutions to today's most pressing challenges in financial markets, industry sectors, health, government and education. See photos, videos and more.
Be a part of medical research's most forward-thinking, outcomes-oriented, and patient-focused event.
Arthur C. Brooks, President, American Enterprise Institute
Adair Turner, Former Chair, UK Financial Services Authority
Matt Miller, Senior Vice President, Capital Strategy Research; Former Host, “Left, Right & Center”
Moderated by Ben Bergman, Senior Reporter on the Southern California Economy, KPCC
Jessica Goodheart, Director, RePower LA Project, LAANE
Kevin Klowden, Managing Director, California Center, and Managing Economist, the Milken Institute
Russell Ragsdale, Strategic Planning Principal Manager for Grid Modernization, Electric System Planning Department, Southern California Edison.
Van Ton-Quinlivan, Vice Chancellor, Workforce and Economic Development, California Community Colleges