NJBIA will bring together New Jersey’s top policy leaders, and leading business, budget and political experts for its 2021 Public Policy Forum, “Bringing Business Back in Trying and Taxing Times,” on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
The virtual event, presented by Amazon, will feature more than 40 exceptional speakers and moderators, including remarks from Gov. Phil Murphy and NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka.
The event will include a Legislative Leaders panel discussion with Senate President Stephen Sweeney, Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, Republican Senate Leader Thomas H. Kean Jr. and Republican Leader Assemblyman Jon Bramnick.
Also scheduled are a pair of fireside chats with Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway and AT&T President Charlene Brown and Madeline Bell, Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and Ralph Izzo, Chairman, President and CEO of PSEG.
A host of breakout panel sessions, featuring New Jersey’s finest thought leaders and experts, will include discussions on the state budget, New Jersey and national politics, healthcare, workforce development, capital, innovation and infrastructure.
NJBIA will also honor two award winners for their leadership in the business community: Dr. Joel S. Bloom, President, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Alan D. Sobel, CPA, Managing Member, SobelCo.
For the full list of speakers, panelists and moderators and a complete agenda of live and on-demand sessions, click here.
Participating sponsors for NJBIA’s 2021 Public Policy Forum: “Bringing Back Business in Trying and Taxing Times” include: Amazon, NJM, Berkeley College, Bristol Myers Squibb, Falstrom Company, Genova Burns, LVE Group, IBEW Local 102, McDonalds, NJIT, Piper Holdings LLC, Wedgewood Pharmacy, Investors Bank, AT&T, Hackensack Meridian Health, Horizon, Prager Metis, PSE&G, Fidelity Investments, New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, New Jersey Resources, Princeton University, Jersey Central Power & Light, New Jersey Community College Consortium, AmeriHealth New Jersey, Arrow Fastener, Atlantic City Electric, Comcast, Lockheed Martin, Lyft, Phillips 66.