Los Angeles – April 15, 2021 – The Milken Institute Global Conference, an annual convening of global leaders in government, finance, health, academia, and philanthropy, will take place this fall from October 17-20, 2021 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.
Centered on the theme of “Charting a New Course,” the event will examine the disruptions and innovations brought on by the global pandemic, social crises, and economic hardship. Sessions will reframe what it means to have a thriving future through in-person gatherings and livestreaming.
“The past year drove us to reflect on how we live, what we believe, and what matters most,” said Michael Klowden, CEO of the Milken Institute. “The Milken Institute Global Conference has always been at the forefront of key issues, and this fall will be no different. We look forward to being in-person to debate what the future holds and how we can rebuild meaningful lives through lessons learned during the pandemic.”
“We also look forward to the spring of 2022, when we will convene for the 25th annual Global Conference and expand on the issues discussed in October,” Klowden added.
Milken Institute events draw thousands of attendees each year and feature influential leaders. Additionally on the docket for 2021 is the Future of Health Summit, which is set to take place virtually from June 22-23.
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