Fall 2022 Forum in Review

Introduction

The Senate Presidents’ Forum convened in Lexington, KY, to discuss challenges and solutions to three substantial issues facing state legislatures:

Exploring untapped sources to meet workforce needs

Managing unprecedented flood and drought emergencies

Considering what changing U.S.-China relations portend for the states.

Meeting Workforce Needs

Crisis To Career: The Formerly Incarcerated – An Untapped Workforce

Meeting Workforce Needs

Crisis To Career: Addiction Recovery and Workforce Development

In this second session devoted to developing new sources to meet workforce needs, Jennifer Hancock, President & CEO for Volunteers of America, and Christina Compton, Admissions Manager, described actionable approaches to help people break free of addiction and become reliable contributors to the workforce.

Water Management: Flood & Drought

More frequently occurring environmental disasters of an unprecedented scale are straining the states’ emergency management capabilities. Flooding is now the costliest and most common natural hazard in the United States. Simultaneously, half of the lower 48 are currently in drought, exacerbating the risk of flooding when severe storms occur.

Trade-Offs And Tensions In U.S.-China Relations

 

The Forum Welcomes
New Senate Participants

Jason Ellsworth
Senate President Pro Tempore (MT)

James Manning, Jr.
Senate President Pro Tempore (OR)

Beth Mizell
Senate President Pro Tempore (LA)

CONTACT US

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

914-693-1818   •   info@senpf.com

Copyright © 2022 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.

Fall 2022 Forum in Review

Introduction

The Senate Presidents’ Forum convened in Lexington, KY, to discuss challenges and solutions to three substantial issues facing state legislatures:

Exploring untapped sources to meet workforce needs

Managing unprecedented flood and drought emergencies

Considering what changing U.S.-China relations portend for the states.

Meeting Workforce Needs

Crisis To Career: The Formerly Incarcerated – An Untapped Workforce

Meeting Workforce Needs

Crisis To Career: Addiction Recovery and Workforce Development

In this second session devoted to developing new sources to meet workforce needs, Jennifer Hancock, President & CEO for Volunteers of America, and Christina Compton, Admissions Manager, described actionable approaches to help people break free of addiction and become reliable contributors to the workforce.

Water Management: Flood & Drought

More frequently occurring environmental disasters of an unprecedented scale are straining the states’ emergency management capabilities. Flooding is now the costliest and most common natural hazard in the United States. Simultaneously, half of the lower 48 are currently in drought, exacerbating the risk of flooding when severe storms occur.

Trade-Offs And Tensions In U.S.-China Relations

 

The Forum Welcomes
New Senate Participants

Jason Ellsworth
Senate President Pro Tempore (MT)

James Manning, Jr.
Senate President Pro Tempore (OR)

Beth Mizell
Senate President Pro Tempore (LA)

CONTACT US

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

914-693-1818   •   info@senpf.com

Copyright © 2022 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.

Summer 2022 Forum in Review

Introduction

The Senate Presidents’ Forum convened in Lexington, KY, to discuss challenges and solutions to three substantial issues facing state legislatures:

Exploring untapped sources to meet workforce needs

Managing unprecedented flood and drought emergencies

The Forum Welcomes New Senate ParticipantsJason Ellsworth
Senate President Pro Tempore (MT)
James Manning, Jr.
Senate President Pro Tempore (OR)
Beth Mizell
Senate President Pro Tempore (LA)

Meeting Workforce Needs

Crisis To Career: The Formerly Incarcerated – An Untapped Workforce

Meeting Workforce Needs

Crisis To Career: Addiction Recovery and Workforce Development

In this second session devoted to developing new sources to meet workforce needs, Jennifer Hancock, President & CEO for Volunteers of America, and Christina Compton, Admissions Manager, described actionable approaches to help people break free of addiction and become reliable contributors to the workforce.

Water Management: Flood & Drought

More frequently occurring environmental disasters of an unprecedented scale are straining the states’ emergency management capabilities. Flooding is now the costliest and most common natural hazard in the United States. Simultaneously, half of the lower 48 are currently in drought, exacerbating the risk of flooding when severe storms occur.

Trade-Offs And Tensions In U.S.-China Relations

 

CONTACT US

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

914-693-1818   •   info@senpf.com

Copyright © 2022 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.