The forum will bring together over 100 industry professionals from across New York including policymakers, leaders from government, advocacy groups, academia, media, and more. What does the Future of Work look like in New York? Topics will include returning to the office, how has NY’s workforce changed, investing in the workplace and more.
Deputy Mayor for Strategic Initiatives, New York City
Chair, New York City Council Committee on Economic Development
Chair, New York State Assembly Committee on Economic Development, Job Creation, Commerce and Industry
J. Shelby Schneider
Deputy Director, New York State Economic Development Council
Vilda Vera Mayuga
Commissioner, New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection
Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Jamestown
CEO, Grant Associates
Senior Manager, Deloitte
Sheryl Huggins Salomon
Chair, City & State NY’s Advisory Board
CEO, Leadership Alliance
9:00AM - 12:00PM EST
Thursday, September 15th, 2022 at The Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, New York, NY 10280
Breakfast, Exhibits Open and Networking
Emcee: Sheryl Huggins Salomon, Chair, City & State NY’s Advisory Board
Keynote Speaker Sheena Wright, Deputy Mayor for Strategic Initiatives, New York City
How We Work Now
The pandemic taught us that work is no longer commuting into the office for 8 hour days 5 days a week. But of course, we have lost the social and collaborative element along the way. Some offices have returned; some have set up a hybrid situation while others are still at home. What does the Future of Work look like in New York? Topics will include returning to the office, how has NY’s workforce changed, investing in the workplace and more.
Nicole Overley, Senior Manager, Deloitte (moderator)
J. Shelby Schneider, Deputy Director, New York State Economic Development Council
Jose Ortiz, Jr., Senior Advisor, Workforce Development to NYC Mayor
Vilda Vera Mayuga, Commissioner, New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection
Doug Cotter, CEO, Grant Associates
David Himmel, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, Jamestown
Aakash Kumar, CEO, Shiftsmart
What is New York’s future industry going to be?
The city lost almost 900,000 jobs mostly in historically important finance & insurance and real estate sectors during the initial months of the pandemic and had recovered just over half of those jobs by June 2021. But much of New York’s ongoing economic recovery has been concentrated in health care, life sciences, and the growing tech industry, sectors that were strengthening prior to the pandemic. How has technology in the workplace transformed business? We will discuss virtual reality, cryptocurrency, secure and instant messaging and more.
Adem Bunkeddeko, Executive Director, Coro New York (Moderator)
Amanda Farías, Chair, New York City Council Committee on Economic Development
Harry Bronson, Chair, Assembly Committee on Economic Development, Job Creation, Commerce and Industry
Cecilia Kushner, Chief Strategy Officer, NYC EDC
Stacey Duncan, CEO, Leadership Alliance
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