In the next installment of "Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour," Joe Roth, President & CEO of New Jersey Sharing Network, and Steve discuss how collaboration and life long learning are keys to being a successful leader.
In the second half of Steve Adubato’s Leadership Hour, Steve is joined by the following guests on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato:
As part of our Future of Healthcare series, Steve Adubato sits down with Clenton Coleman, MD, Chief of Nephrology, Holy Name Medical Center, to discuss how race and healthcare are directly related, why African Americans are less likely to be organ donors and how repealing the Affordable Care Act will affect the nation.
Steve Adubato goes on-location to "Investor Symposium on Federal Economic Opportunity Zone Program" to explore the federal program and discuss the potential impact of opportunity zones on New Jersey and the nation. Steve is joined by the symposium's four expert panelists:
Margaret Anadu, Managing Director & Head, Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group
Steve Glickman, Co-Founder & CEO, Economic Innovation Group
Christopher Coes, VP for Real Estate Policy & External Affairs, Smart Growth America
Evan Weiss, Senior Analyst, HJA Strategies.
Gordon MacInnes, Former President, New Jersey Policy Perspective, explains how New Jersey compares to competing states when it comes to research, development and affordability. He also talks about how President Trump has impacted the tone and tenor of political discourse in the nation.