Powered by America’s Energy Transformation, Advanced Production Capabilities Are Changing What We Make, How It’s Made and Who Makes It

Atrium Ballroom A

Highlighting the Council’s seminal work on energy and manufacturing, the final series of C-Suite discussions will explore the future of production and the implication for the education and skills needed for American workers.

A roadmap to American leadership in advanced production—insights from the Council’s decade-long focus to turbocharge U.S.energy and manufacturing competitiveness

  • The Honorable Rebecca Blank, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Dr. William H. Goldstein, Director, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Mr. Nicholas Pinchuk, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Snap-on Incorporated

Moderator:  Dr. Mark Schlissel, President, University of Michigan

Building and accelerating sustainable production utilizing all energy sources

  • Mr. Paul Goodfellow, Executive Vice President for Wells, Shell Oil Company
  • Dr. Martin Keller, Director, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • Dr. Robert Johnson, Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Moderator: Mr. William Bates, Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff, Council on Competitiveness

Ensuring a high-skilled, technically trained workforce to capitalize on the U.S. manufacturing renaissance

  • Dr. Mark Peters, Director, Idaho National Laboratory
  • Mr. Sean McGarvey, President, NABTU
  • Dr. Eloy Ortiz Oakley, Chancellor, California Community Colleges

Moderator: Mr. William Bates, Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff, Council on Competitiveness