2014 Business and Public Policy Round Table
To bring business and community leaders together to discuss the most important issues facing our state and country and to seek principled solutions to those problems that are in line with the Caux Round Table Principles.
Members will make recommendations for public distribution and comment. Proceedings of meetings will be written up and circulated. Speakers will be invited for each meeting. Press releases and press conferences to advocate Round Table positions.
Individual members and corporate members. Participation is limited to 30 members.
Annual Membership Fee:
Individual members: $250 per year. Corporate members: $750 per year for 4 members (individual meeting expenses not included).
Most round tables take place at 9 am (registration and light breakfast at 8:30 am) at the University Club of St. Paul, located at 420 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55102
>>> For information about upcoming round tables and/or registration form, please click here.
Topic: "Thomas Piketty" with Steve Young, Global Executive Director, Caux Round Table
Topic: "New Realities for Global Business - Corporate Social Responsibility Comes of Age" with Bennett Freeman, Senior Vice President for Sustainability Research and Policy, Calvert Investments
Topic: "The Late, Great American WASP - An Open Discussion"
-To read the proceedings, please click here
Topic: "State of Private Enterprise around the World" with John Sullivan, Executive Director, Center for International Private Enterprise. -To read the proceedings, please click here
Topic: "Who Stole the American Dream?" with Hedrick Smith, former New York Time's Pulitzer Prize-winning Reporter
Topic: "The Achievement Gap" with Don Fraser, former Mayor of Minneapolis and former member of Congress; R.T. Rybak, former Mayor of Minneapolis; John Harrington, Chief of Metro Transit Police; Don Samuels, former Minneapolis City Councilmember; Tom Prichard, President of the Minnesota Family Council; Gary Davison, Director of the New Salem Educational Initiative; and Becky Roloff, President of the YWCA of Minneapolis. -To read the proceedings, please click here
To review previous years Round Table and Proceedings, please click here.