Meet our Keynote Trio
Mr. Ogden is a long time activist and policy advocate working for policies that promote economic prosperity and equality in the U.S. and around the world. His specialty is in the American System of economics based on the policies of Alexander Hamilton, Franklin Roosevelt and continued by the American activist Lyndon LaRouche which often run contrary to modern economic thought. Mr. Ogden currently works with Executive Intelligence Review advocating for the U.S. to take a cooperative stance towards China and other developing countries to help them develop in a fair and equitable way.
Dr. Rivlin is the Director of the Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, the Leonard D. Schaeffer Chair in Health Policy Studies and a Senior Fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution. She is also a Visiting Professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. An expert on fiscal and monetary policy, social policy, and urban issues, Rivlin served as the vice chair of the Federal Reserve Board from 1996 to 1999. She was director of the White House Office of Management and Budget from 1994 to 1996. She founded the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) in 1975 and served as its director until 1983.
Senator Dorgan is a former United States Senator (18 years) and United States Congressman (12 years) from North Dakota and currently serves as a senior policy advisor for the Washington, DC law firm Arent Fox LLP. In addition to his work at Arent Fox, Dorgan serves as a Senior Fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center, where he focuses on energy policy issues as Co-Chair of BPC's Energy Project. He is an Adjunct Visiting Professor at Georgetown University, and serves on several boards of directors, including the Board of Governors of Argonne National Laboratory. Dorgan is also a New York Times best-selling author of four books, including two on economic and political issues.
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