Oct
16
6:30 PM
Washington, DC
American University Malsi Doyle and Michael Forman Theater McKinley Building 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20016

On Wednesday, October 16, the Sine Institute of Policy & Politics will host a special edition of America Working Forward: Hidden Workforce. This event, in coordination with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Department of Justice, Law and Criminology at American University’s School of Public Affairs, will explore programs that give incarcerated individuals and individuals with a criminal record pathways to re-enter America’s workforce and training facilities that unlock the potential of this hidden resource.

Panelists

Christine Ross
President & CEO, Maryland Chamber of Commerce

Representative David Trone
Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District

Program will be moderated by Genevieve Citrin Ray, Senior Policy Advisor with the Justice Programs Office, American University School of Public Affairs

Reservations (recommended): https://american.swoogo.com/AmericaWorkingForward

This event is first come, first seated. Reservations are encouraged. Program will be followed by a light reception.