View from the Top 2014

View From The Top

December 18, 2013
New York, NY, New York

In the third event in The Atlantic's View from the Top series, Citigroup’s Vice Chairman Peter Orszag shared milestone moments from his career as Director of the Office of Management and Budget, Director of the Congressional Budget Office, and his current role as Vice Chairman at Citi.

In the second event in the series, Michael K. Young, President of the University of Washington, and Alexis Madrigal, Senior Editor at The Atlantic, sat down for a candid one-on-one interview, discussing the route to success.

In the first event in the series, Jeremy Zimmer, Chief Executive Officer and co-founding partner of United Talent Agency, and Steve Clemons explored the ways the entertainment industry is evolving to address the economic, technological, and social changes in today's media landscape.

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