|As business, government and non-profit leaders continue to navigate their organizations through the lasting effects of COVID-19, the NMTC is bringing together three experts to discuss technology, business, and politics in 2021:
· What new technologies and new technology sectors have emerged or grown at scale nine months into the pandemic? What are markets baking into 2021, a result of the enduring effects of COVID-19? We will identify new sectors paved by COVID-19 and discuss technology prognostication that has and has not panned out at this critical juncture in the pandemic.
· How will our health be made secure? Medstar’s Telehealth was in its infancy before the pandemic and is now conducting thousands of telehealth transactions each month. Will this remarkable telehealth journey predict if traditional medical appointment will ever be the same again?
· What effect will the 2020 election have on COVID-19 government mitigation and financial markets? Our distinguished group of speakers will forecast what may be in store for business, technology, and politics in the wake of one of the most consequential elections in recent history.
These are answers of profound importance to the future of everything! Our three nationally recognized thought leaders will reveal what is to come with the Virus in 2021 and beyond. Join us for this first installment of the NMTC’s new series: The Future of Everything.
Jacob Manoukian, Global Market Strategist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank
Jacob is responsible for developing and communicating the JP Morgan’s market view. He is an industry recognized leader in economic, investment, and market strategy.
Ethan Booker, MD, FACEP, Medical Director at MedStar Telehealth Innovation Center
Dr. Booker is the medical director of the MedStar Telehealth Innovation Center and MedStar eVisit. He is a core faculty member of the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and MedStar Washington Hospital Center Emergency Medicine Residency program.
Stephen Jones, Vice President at JMI Equity
Stephen is responsible for sourcing and evaluating investment opportunities at one of the region’s leading private equity firms. Prior to joining JMI, Stephen was an associate consultant at Bain & Company. Stephen also served as a financial analyst in the global investment research division of Goldman Sachs.
Facilitated by John W. Karabias, Vice President of Growth and Strategy for Jacobs’ Cyber and Intelligence business, adjunct professor of information systems at Loyola University of MD and board member at the NMTC.