UPS CEO David Abney speaks on tech in health care and LGBTQ policy

UPS Chairman and CEO David Abney opens the conference with a comment on UPS’ use of 21st century technology in delivering vaccines and an FYI on expanding wireless access in Washington, D.C. He will…

UPS Chairman and CEO David Abney opens the conference with a comment on UPS’ use of 21st century technology in delivering vaccines and an FYI on expanding wireless access in Washington, D.C. He will be followed by Mayor Muriel Bowser (photo from her official Washington, D.C. introduction page).

UPS Chairman and CEO David Abney opens the conference with a comment on UPS’ use of 21st century technology in delivering vaccines and an FYI on expanding wireless access in Washington, D.C. He will be followed by Mayor Muriel Bowser (photo from her official Washington, D.C. introduction page).

UPS Speaker List

Wednesday, January 16

8:15 a.m.: Mayor Muriel Bowser (Mayor of the District of Columbia)

8:40 a.m.: Mr. David Abney, Chairman & CEO of UPS

Thursday, January 17

8:30 a.m.: The Incoming Chairman and CEO of Verizon Lowell McAdam

10:20 a.m.: The incoming Chairman and CEO of Pfizer Ian Read

11:15 a.m.: Vice President Mike Pence

3:20 p.m.: President Donald Trump will deliver his first remarks.

4:30 p.m.: President Donald Trump will participate in a roundtable on rural jobs.

Friday, January 18

7:30 a.m.: President Trump will deliver his first remarks.

The following guests are scheduled to participate as subject matter experts throughout the day. They are subject to availability and approval:

Chairman & CEO (DoD) David L. White

Chairman & CEO (FMCSA) David Kilgore

Attorney General (Coalition of Reason) Randy Barnett

Professor of Law (Northeastern University School of Law) James E. Fowler

Chief Technology Officer (Group 4 Technology & Ventures) Richard Davenport

Honorary Chairman & Co-Chairman (Coalition of Reason) Michael F. Crichton

Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing (Chemical & Engineering Manufacturers Association) Daryl McAllister

President and CEO (Infrastructure Alliance) Blair Trewin

Minister of Foreign Affairs (Friends of Israel) Stuart Eizenstat

President (Davos Global Forum) William Browder

Assistant Secretary of State (South Asian Region) Alan Bersin

Assistant Secretary of State (Securing Food & Agriculture) Mark Adams

Chairman (Society of International Educators) Neil H. Richman

President & CEO (CCB International) Gabriel Cunningham

Senior Advisor (Coalition of Reason) Steven Aftergood

As U.S. Ambassador to Botswana at the time, Ambassador Terence McCulley helped facilitate a bilateral partnership between the two countries to address HIV. Ambassador Terence McCulley is also an expert on genocide. His colleagues will follow Ambassador McCulley to present panels focused on human rights and genocide.

After this morning’s welcoming remarks from Speaker Abney, the various roundtable groups will work through the day to discuss topics of discussion. Chairman Stephen M. Hadley and Honorable Leighton Schettino will moderate. As usual, we have worked with the experts to include a strong mix of diverse speakers as a way to further the discussion of the issue at hand. We look forward to opening the conference on Thursday morning with a conversation about human rights and the democratic principles enshrined in the Constitution.

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