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Past Event

Destination Health: The Private Sector’s Role in Ending the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the devastating effects and tragic loss of life from COVID-19 persist 18 months after the global pandemic began, the world is desperate to end this public health crisis.

As businesses across industries are rolling out varying degrees of vaccine, testing, and masking mandates, President Biden announced the requirement for federal workers, medium and large employers, and health-care staff to be vaccinated. Working together and partnering with government and community leaders, the private sector plays a role in helping to close the vaccination gap in our workforce and communities.

What can the business community do to stop this pandemic? What is the private sector’s role in helping keep our communities safe? How are organizations responding to local, state and federal mandates? What processes are working and not working? What will it take to return to a strong and stable economy? Join a panel of business leaders across industries discussing opportunities to address this public health crisis and how we can work together to end it.

Notes

This is a free program. We welcome donations made during registration to support the production of our online programming.

This program is generously supported by our partner Kaiser Permanente.

Kaiser Permanente

October 18, 2021

United States

Speakers
Image - Greg A. Adams

Greg A. Adams

Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Kaiser Permanente

Image - Brett Hart of United Airlines

Brett Hart

President, United Airlines

Image - Molly Moon Neitzel

Molly Moon Neitzel

CEO, Molly Moon Homemade Ice Cream

Image - Stephen Parodi

Stephen Parodi

Executive Vice President, The Permanente Federation; National Infectious Disease Leader, Kaiser Permanente

Image - Jim Wunderman

Jim Wunderman

President and CEO, Bay Area Council

Image - Raj Mathai

Raj Mathai

News Anchor, NBC Bay Area—Moderator

Format

4–5 p.m. program
(all times PDT)