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Town Hall
An interactive, roundtable-style discussion. For members only.
May 25, 2022 | UPCOMING

COMING UP — CNBC WEC Member Town Hall: The Role of HR in a Time of Employee Activism and Political Divide

Workforce Executive Council | Leadership & Management

Join us Wednesday, May 25th at 2PM ET for CNBC’s Workforce Executive Council Member Town Hall: The Role of HR in a Time of Employee Activism and Political Divide

Speakers

Megan Reitz, Hult International Business School Professor of Leadership and Dialogue

May 25, 2022 | UPCOMING

COMING UP — CNBC WEC Member Town Hall: The Role of HR in a Time of Employee Activism and Political Divide

Workforce Executive Council | Leadership & Management

Join us Wednesday, May 25th at 2PM ET for CNBC’s Workforce Executive Council Member Town Hall: The Role of HR in a Time of Employee Activism and Political Divide

Fed Matters
May 3, 2022

COMING UP — CNBC CFO Council Fed Matters — May 2022

CFO Council | Corporate Governance | Financial Technology and Innovation | Global Economy | Treasury, Congress and The Fed

Join Steve Liesman, CNBC Senior Economics Reporter, for a discussion ahead of the FOMC meeting including survey results from a panel of top Wall Street economists, money managers and market strategists about their Fed policy predictions.

Host

Steve Liesman, CNBC Senior Economics Reporter

May 3, 2022

COMING UP — CNBC CFO Council Fed Matters — May 2022

CFO Council | Corporate Governance | Financial Technology and Innovation | Global Economy | Treasury, Congress and The Fed

Join Steve Liesman, CNBC Senior Economics Reporter, for a discussion ahead of the FOMC meeting including survey results from a panel of top Wall Street economists, money managers and market strategists about their Fed policy predictions.

Dinner
April 28, 2022

CNBC TEC Member Dinner in NYC

The role that technology plays in bringing about change in the public sector—and in war—was the topic of the first in-person TEC dinner of 2022. Matthew C. Fraser, chief technology officer for New York City, kicked off the evening with CNBC anchor Jon Fortt to discuss how technology, and internet access specifically, became a dividing line during the pandemic for many adults and children in public housing. The role of technology in the midst of the Ukraine war was the discussion in the second half of the dinner with guest Jeremiah Fowler, security researcher and co-founder of Security Discovery, a cybersecurity and data protection company. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Host

Jon Fortt, CNBC "TechCheck" Co-Anchor; Eamon Javers, CNBC Senior Washington Correspondent, Steve Kovack, CNBC Technology Correspondent

Speakers

Jeremiah Fowler, Security Discovery Co-Founder & Security Researcher

Martin C. Fraser, New York City’s Commissioner & CTO

April 28, 2022

CNBC TEC Member Dinner in NYC

The role that technology plays in bringing about change in the public sector—and in war—was the topic of the first in-person TEC dinner of 2022. Matthew C. Fraser, chief technology officer for New York City, kicked off the evening with CNBC anchor Jon Fortt to discuss how technology, and internet access specifically, became a dividing line during the pandemic for many adults and children in public housing. The role of technology in the midst of the Ukraine war was the discussion in the second half of the dinner with guest Jeremiah Fowler, security researcher and co-founder of Security Discovery, a cybersecurity and data protection company. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Dinner
March 23, 2022

CNBC CFO Council Private Dinner

CFO Council | Global Economy

CFO Council members, CNBC Journalists, and special guests Bob Bakish, Paramount President and Chief Executive Officer & Robert Koenigsberger, Grammercy Managing Partner, Chief Investment Officer gathered to discuss the topics concerning CFOs most. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit https://www.cnbccouncils.com/cfo-council/

Host

Jim Cramer, CNBC "Mad Money" Host; Sara Eisen, CNBC “Closing Bell” Co-Anchor; Steve Liesman, CNBC Senior Economics Reporter; Leslie Picker, CNBC Finance and Investing Reporter

Speakers

Bob Bakish, Paramount President and Chief Executive Officer

Robert Koenigsberger, Grammercy Managing Partner, Chief Investment Officer

March 23, 2022

CNBC CFO Council Private Dinner

CFO Council | Global Economy

CFO Council members, CNBC Journalists, and special guests Bob Bakish, Paramount President and Chief Executive Officer & Robert Koenigsberger, Grammercy Managing Partner, Chief Investment Officer gathered to discuss the topics concerning CFOs most. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit https://www.cnbccouncils.com/cfo-council/

Fed Matters
March 15, 2022

CNBC CFO Council Fed Matters — March 2022

CFO Council | Corporate Governance | Financial Technology and Innovation | Global Economy | Treasury, Congress and The Fed

On March 21st, Members of CNBC’s CFO Council heard from CNBC’s Steve Liesman with special guest Mark Zandy, of Moody’s Analytics, on the eve of the FOMC decision.

Host

Steve Liesman, CNBC Senior Economics Reporter

Speakers

Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist

March 15, 2022

CNBC CFO Council Fed Matters — March 2022

CFO Council | Corporate Governance | Financial Technology and Innovation | Global Economy | Treasury, Congress and The Fed

On March 21st, Members of CNBC’s CFO Council heard from CNBC’s Steve Liesman with special guest Mark Zandy, of Moody’s Analytics, on the eve of the FOMC decision.

Key Points

  • While it may seem impossible for the Fed. to get it right based on survey results, good things are in fact coming for the U.S. economy. Despite a much higher chance of recession compared to previous results, with wages on the rise and lower unemployment rates, labor is certainly improving within the country.
  • It is imperative to pay attention to big tech companies in the next few months. As a result of drastic increases in oil prices, many companies will have to respond in ways that haven’t been done yet. These tech companies however will likely be the least affected by such inflation.
Town Hall
An interactive, roundtable-style discussion. For members only.
February 17, 2022

Metaverse and More: The Digital Innovation to Keep an Eye On

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation

The opportunities are endless when it comes to the metaverse. The potential of augmented and virtual reality for companies continues to grow each day. Leveraging tools for workforces is crucial to utilizing all aspects of digital reality to its fullest extent. These key points along with the current cybersecurity crisis were just some of the conversations at CNBC’s Technology Executive Council’s Town Hall.

Host

Julia Boorstin, CNBC’s Senior Media & Tech Correspondent, Jon Fortt, CNBC’s “TechCheck” Co-Anchor & Eamon Javers, CNBC Senior Washington Correspondent

Speakers

Raffaella Camera, Unreal Engine Head of Brands and Advertisers Solutions

Yuji Higaki, Niantic Senior Vice President of Engineering

Phil Libin, mmhmm and All Turtles CEO & Co-Founder

February 17, 2022

Metaverse and More: The Digital Innovation to Keep an Eye On

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation

The opportunities are endless when it comes to the metaverse. The potential of augmented and virtual reality for companies continues to grow each day. Leveraging tools for workforces is crucial to utilizing all aspects of digital reality to its fullest extent. These key points along with the current cybersecurity crisis were just some of the conversations at CNBC’s Technology Executive Council’s Town Hall.

Key Points

  • Figuring out a solid approach is non-negotiable when tackling the metaverse. For Rafaella Camera, Head of Brands & Advertisers Solutions for Unreal Engines, taking a creator first approach has garnered massive success for the company. While a creator first approach isn’t for everyone, companies must figure out what works best in order to capitalize on their success.
  • With such vast possibilities within the metaverse, companies must focus not on what they think or hope will attract consumers, but pay attention to what consumers actually want. Looking at successful virtual patterns over the years can greatly help steer companies in the right direction.
Town Hall
An interactive, roundtable-style discussion. For members only.
February 10, 2022

Social Media Matters

Workforce Executive Council | Leadership & Management | Talent Pipelines & Inclusion

Social media is arguably the quickest tool to make or break a company. Combatting online trolls, establishing a strong presence online, creating a unique social media strategy are all critical components to consider for the world of HR and social media teams. These few tips and tricks were among the numerous offered at CNBC’s Workforce Executive Council’s Town Hall.

Host

Deirdre Bosa, CNBC “Techcheck” Co-Anchor

Speakers

Sree Sreenivasan, Visting Professor of Digital Innovation at Stony Brook University, CEO & Co-Founder of Digimentors

February 10, 2022

Social Media Matters

Workforce Executive Council | Leadership & Management | Talent Pipelines & Inclusion

Social media is arguably the quickest tool to make or break a company. Combatting online trolls, establishing a strong presence online, creating a unique social media strategy are all critical components to consider for the world of HR and social media teams. These few tips and tricks were among the numerous offered at CNBC’s Workforce Executive Council’s Town Hall.

Key Points

  • “What’s common sense in real life is common sense on social media,” Sree Sreenivasan, a professor of Digital Innovation and CEO/Co-Founder of Digimentors said of how companies should go about implementing social media strategies. If you wouldn’t do it in person, don’t do it online.
  • Negative comments are inevitable in the digital world. Instead of focusing on combating these comments completely, social teams should be connected to HR on reputable online platforms in order to gain an in depth understanding of their policies and how they deal with these matters.

Past
Speakers

  • Valerie Jarrett

    Former Obama White House Sr. Advisor

    Eric Yuan

    CEO, Zoom

    Tiger Tyagarajan

    CEO, Genpact

    Erika H. James

    Dean, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

    Bill McDermott

    President and CEO, ServiceNow

    Congresswoman Yvette Clarke

    U.S. Representative (NY)

    Caryn Seidman-Becker

    Co-Founder & Chairman, CLEAR

    Tsedal Neeley

    Professor, Harvard Business School

  • Dr. Scott Gottlieb

    Fmr Commissioner, Food & Drug Administration

    Mary-Frances Winters

    President & CEO, The Winters Group

    Cassandra Hatton

    Sotheby's Global Head of Science & Popular Culture Dept.

    Fran Katsoudas

    CHRO, Cisco & WEC Member

    Katy Milkman

    Professor, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

    Kenneth Feinberg

    Attorney, Mediation & Dispute Resolution

    Jim McKelvey

    Co-Founder, Square

    John Chambers

    JC2 Ventures CEO and Cisco Systems Chairman Emeritus

  • Henrique Dubugras

    Brex Co-Founder & Co-CEO

    Sharon Epperson

    CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent

    Andrew Ross Sorkin

    “Squawk Box” Co-Anchor

    Jon Fortt

    “TechCheck” Co-Anchor

    Deirdre Bosa

    “TechCheck” Co-Anchor

    Julia Boorstin

    CNBC Senior Media & Entertainment Correspondent

    Meg Tirrell

    CNBC Senior Health & Science Reporter

    Seema Mody

    CNBC Global Markets Reporter and Host, “Trading Nation”