October 20 at 10:00 am PDT / 1:00 pm EDT
To compensate for decades of deferred maintenance and disinvestment and to 'build back better,' cities, regions, and states must reimagine traditional economic development models for access to a broad array of financial solutions leveraging capital markets. They must also establish, monetize, and catalyze project pipelines to maintain delivery while establishing vibrant economic centers. To accelerate infrastructure development, leaders will need to establish a collaborative policy framework for accelerating project delivery, increasing investment, and meeting local community development goals. Panelists will respond to the following questions and challenges with potential solutions and actions: How can leaders access and widen the capital pool and modernize infrastructure investment models? How can state and local leaders structure governance frameworks that better align with federal financing tools and incentives?
Associate Director, California Center, Milken Institute
Global Head of Sustainability and Impact for Asset Management, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc
Former US Secretary of Transportation and US Secretary of Labor
Chairman, Executive Committee, Siebert Brandford Shank & Co., LLC; Chairman, CityView; Former Secretary, US Department of Housing and Urban Development
President and CEO, Parsons Corporation
CEO, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro)