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Sparked by Disruption: The Role of Public Policy in Sustaining Pandemic-Era Innovations
Massive disruption necessitates massive adaptation. We’ve all experienced this first-hand since the pandemic hit. When institutions and governmental entities adapt, it often requires policy change.

Join Morrison Institute for a discussion of significant innovations that COVID-19 sparked in Arizona. Learn about instances where public policy proved sufficiently flexible to accommodate innovation and where policy change will be required to sustain adaptations worth keeping around.

Presenters during this virtual event will include:

Michael Crow, president, ASU
Maria Cristina Fuentes, director, Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family
Grady Gammage Jr., founding member, Gammage & Burnham
Robbie Koerperich, superintendent, Holbrook Unified School District
Jonathan Koppell, president, Montclair State University
Gwendena Lee-Gatewood, chairwoman, White Mountain Apache Tribe
Cynthia Lietz, interim dean, ASU Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
Richard Morrison, co-founder, ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
Robin Reed, president and CEO, Black Chamber of Arizona
Carolyn Stewart, superintendent, Bullhead City School District
Samuel Thumma, judge, Arizona Court of Appeals
Mary Pahissa Upchurch, senior partner, Gray Associates, Inc.
Michael White, chief clinical officer, Valleywise Health
Andrea Whitsett, director, ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
Corey Woods, mayor, Tempe
Cynthia Zwick, executive director, Wildfire

Nov 15, 2021 08:30 AM in Arizona

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