Government Regulation Keynote Speakers
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Government Regulation keynote speakers are strategic advisors on matters such as government relations, education and engagement, and other policies impacting functional citizenry. Government Regulations speakers are economists, politicians, thought-leaders, journalists, and authors that give insight on seeing where politics and the economy are going with the impact of government regulation. GDA Speakers has a roster of qualified and thought-provoking government regulation speakers to enlighten you audience.
Lead Futurist & CEO, EXPONENTIAL MINDS
Nikolas Badminton grew up with his focus on the future from a very early age to being one of the world’s leading Futurist Keynote Speakers. Read more about his upbringing, education, experience, and some of the projects he became well known for.
Litigation Expert/Academic on Emerging Markets and Global Transaction Advisory
Dr. Broadman has been at the forefront of global business and policy decisions over the past three decades. He shares a compelling perspective on opportunities and risks shaping our economic future. Harry has a deep understanding of the global marketplace and its complex spectrum of business, policy and consumer environments.
Nationally Recognized Political/Tax Thought Leader, Author, Integral Part of The Washington Update
A colleague of Andy Friedman and an integral part of The Washington Update, Jeff is the industry thought leader that guides domestic clients through the complex and ever-changing political and tax environment and helps international audiences understand United States politics.
Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune Magazine, and Bestselling Author Arming Leaders to Confront Disruptive Change and Win
Experience counts! Fortune veteran Geoff Colvin gives audiences critical information and insights they need to win. The rules have changed. Winning demands courage to confront reality faster than the competition. Transformation, innovation, and reinvention are on every leader’s mind. Colvin identifies what top companies and leaders are doing to adapt.
W. Michael Cox
Former Chief Economist and Senior Vice President Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Former Chief Economist of Federal Reserve, only Chief Economist in Fed history. Founding Director, Center for Global Markets and Freedom, Cox School of Business, SMU. Continually interviewed on Fox News, MSNBC, C-SPAN, NBC - comments on monetary and government policy. Writes for NY Times, WSJ, Investor's Business Daily and more.
CNBC Senior Analyst and Commentator, Trailblazing Financial Journalist, Bestselling Author and Financial Professional
A regular CNBC and NBC News contributor, Ron Insana analyzes the forces driving the economy and how they impact your business, industry, and investments. Author of four bestsellers, Insana translates market signals and political maneuvers into actionable information audiences can use to protect what they have and uncover fresh opportunities.
Mark Whitacre, Ph.D.
When Good Leaders Lose Their Way
Mark Whitacre is an Ivy League Ph.D. and the highest-ranked executive of any Fortune 500 company to become a whistleblower in US history, and is responsible for uncovering the ADM price-fixing scandal in the early 1990's. His message will greatly impact you about doing the "right thing".
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