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You are invited to join one of our upcoming Business Leader Briefing events featuring senior policy and coalitions staff from the Biden for President campaign. 

During these trainings we will:

  • Share the economic case for why Joe Biden is the right leader to rescue and rebuild our economy after Donald Trump's mishandling of COVID-19.

  • Provide brief training and tools to help you and other supporting business leaders activate voters in your networks and local communities. 

  • Outline Joe Biden’s plan to Build Back Better and take your questions and feedback.


Midwest Event
Tuesday, October 13 at 12:00 pm ET 

Southern Event
Wednesday, October 14 at 5:00 pm ET

West Coast Event
Thursday, October 15 at 2:00 PM PT/5:00 pm ET

Northeast Event
Friday, October 16 12:00 pm ET


Ben Harris | Former Chief Economist to Vice President, Obama-Biden Administration

Ben Harris formerly served as Vice President Biden's chief economist in the Obama-Biden Administration. He is currently the Executive Director of the Kellogg Public-Private Interface at Northwestern University's  Kellogg School of Management and the chief economist with Results for America. He has held many positions at policy-based think tanks, including serving as the policy director of the Hamilton Project and as deputy director of  the Retirement Security Project. He is widely cited in media reports related to tax, labor, retirement, and fiscal policy, and is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal. Harris has a PhD in economics from George Washington University, in addition to master's degrees from Columbia University and Cornell University. Harris was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Namibia in 2000. 

Connor Maxwell | Policy Analyst, Biden For President

Connor Maxwell is a policy analyst at Biden for President. Prior to joining Vice President Biden's general election campaign, he worked as a senior policy analyst at the Center for American Progress. He has also worked at the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, the ACLU, and The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. He has been a guest on numerous television and radio programs and his analyses have been cited in The New York Times and The Washington Post, among other publications. Born and raised in the District of Columbia, he earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Public Policy from the University of Virginia.

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