Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy
The Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics and Public Policy will present the 2013 McLane Leadership in Business Award to Gary C. Kelly, Chairman of the Board, President & CEO, Southwest Airlines.
The annual award recognizes a prominent figure in private business for outstanding contributions at the national level to business, public service or community service. The award is named after Drayton McLane, Jr., Chairman of the McLane Group, who is a strong supporter of the Bush School.
The Mosbacher Institute for Trade, Economics, and Public Policy proudly presents the Bank of American Program on Volunteerism with speaker Harriet Martin, Vice President of the Office of Community Affairs, USAA. USAA is known for its tremendous contribution to corporate volunteerism and community service. Ms. Harriet Martin administers charitable contributions programs and oversees the community educational initiatives and volunteer programs of USAA. Ms. Martin will share with us her experience shaping workplace culture, creating external partnerships, and cultivating and sustaining USAA's community efforts.
The Mosbacher Institute presented Ambassador Carla A. Hills, former US trade representative for President George H.W. Bush, with its annual Good Governance Award to a standing-room-only audience. The Award recognizes public service and raises the visibility of advanced analysis in policymaking.
Hills discussed her role as the president's principal advisor on international trade as well as her experience as the chief negotiator for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
James M. Griffin and Rachael Dahl offer their analysis of the upside to relaxing the ethanol mandate. Weighing carefully the arguments of respected academics, Griffin and Dahl examine the difference a waiver could make in our economy and its fairness to ethanol producers. In the wake of drought, Griffin and Dahl conclude that waivers could avoid substantial economic dislocations in 2013.
Established by Drayton McLane, Jr., the annual award recognizes a prominent individual in the field of business for outstanding contributions in the area of business, public service, or community service at the national level.
With DePinto's innovative and inspirational leadership, the premier convenience retailer has grown to over 47,000 stores worldwide. DePinto, a graduate of West Point and the Kellogg School of Management, was a favorite on CBS's hit show Undercover Boss, serves on a number of corporate and nonprofit boards throughout his community and beyond, and offers unprecedented leadership to an organization that began as an ice house in Dallas, Texas, in 1927.
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- The Mosbacher Institute Presents Bank of America Program on Volunteerism featuring Robert W. Pease
- 2011 McLane Leadership in Business Award: Stan Richards, CEO, The Richards Group
- Brown Bag Event: The BP Oil Spill One Year Later
- The Takeaway: "Deficit Reduction: $38 Billion Won't Cut It"
- 2011 Bank of America Program on Volunteerism with Guest Speaker Kenneth L. Hall, CEO, Buckner International
- See the White House Lecture and Mosbacher Institute Good Governance Award 2011, featuring Peter Orszag
- See the McLane Excellence in Business Award event with Neiman Marcus Group CEO Karen Katz
- The Future of Energy: Unraveling the Economic Impacts of Energy Policy
- Op-Ed on the Texas tax code in the Dallas Morning News, by Lori Taylor
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