Roundtables 4th Quarter

October 1 – December 31, 2017
Multiple Cities

October 3, 2017

Roundtable Breakfast underwritten by Raytheon

The breakfast discussion, located in Washington, DC, examined the state of threats against the web and discussed the vulnerabilities and shared responsibility for security.


October 3, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Humana

In New York City, The Atlantic convened key experts in aging and longevity for a dinner conversation on what it means to live longer and age better.


October 4, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Lumina

This dinner conversation, which took place in Atlanta, GA, delved into what measures educators, employers and stakeholders should pursue as they motivate workers and chart the path forward for the next wave of jobs.


October 5, 2017

Roundtable Lunch underwritten by Strada Education Network

Held in Atlanta, GA, the lunch discussion examined what steps educational institutions are taking to help students and prospective workers navigate their career pathways and succeed in the 21st- century workforce — and what policymakers can do to support them.


October 16, 2017

Roundtable Dinner with support from the MacArthur Foundation

Located in Charlotte, NC, this dinner discussion examined what comes next in improving the outcomes of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg criminal justice system as the county seeks to capitalize on momentum from the public conversation around race and justice.


November 1, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Nestlé Waters North America

The conversation in Beverly Hills, CA tackled the challenges to working together on water issues, as well as how they can be overcome with environmental and man-made water crises sure to intensify in the years to come.


November 7, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Pearson

The dinner discussion, which took place in Washington, DC, probed how society can prepare people for next-generation careers as the labor market shifts.


November 7, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Bristol-Myers Squibb

The Atlantic gathered business leaders, innovators and experts to investigate how the public and private sectors can work together to help breakthrough cancer treatments reach more patients during a roundtable conversation in Washington, DC.


November 20, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten​ ​by​ ​Johns​ ​Hopkins​ ​University

Held in Washington, DC, the conversation examined the most promising avenues to promote health equity in the United States, addressing persistent and unacceptable disparities in health outcomes.


December 4, 2017

Roundtable Dinner with support from the MacArthur Foundation

The dinner discussion, held in Tucson, AZ, examined what comes next in improving the outcomes of the Pima County criminal justice system as the county seeks to develop and implement new strategies — and calm community fears around heightened immigration enforcement.


December 5, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten​ ​by​ ​BASF

The Atlantic gathered business leaders, innovators and experts to explore the future of our nation’s infrastructure and mobility in a roundtable conversation in Washington, DC.


December 6, 2017

Roundtable Breakfast underwritten by General Motors

The breakfast discussion, located in Washington, DC, probed how the American transportation landscape will change as we look toward an increasingly electric future.


December 6, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Gilead

The dinner conversation, held in Washington, DC, centered around the question: who are the people most affected by HIV/AIDS today and what are the biggest obstacles to helping them?


December 7, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Abbott

In New York City, The Atlantic explored what stakeholders, from doctors, nutritionists and media influencers to everyday Americans, can do to help figure out what nutrition people need to be healthy at every age.


December 11, 2017

Roundtable Dinner underwritten by Google

Held in San Francisco, the dinner conversation sifted through the recent firestorm of events in the Silicon Valley and asked what it will take for the technology industry to get inclusion right.

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