Monday, June 3, 2019

Smithsonian National Museum Of American History

(13th Street And Constitution Avenue NW)

06:30 p.m. Welcome Reception
Venue: Unity Square: Private Access To Exhibits
07:30 p.m. Opening Dinner
Venue: Flag HallWelcoming Remarks By Roger Libby And Toast To The DHL Express 50th Anniversary

Republican Leadership In A Divided Congress

  • Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) – Republican Leader Of The U.S. House of Representatives

The State of Economic And Political Relations In The Americas Region

  • Secretary Carlos Gutierrez – Chairman Of Albright Stonebridge Group; Chair Of National Foreign Trade Council, Former Secretary Of The U.S. Department of Commerce

The Future Of U.S. – Mexican Relations

  • Martha Bárcena Coqui – Ambassador Of Mexico To The U.S.
09:30 p.m. Closing Remarks And Invitation To The Star-Spangled Banner Gallery

  • Rep. Martin Frost (D-TX) – Retired Congressman And President Of The United States Association Of Former Members of Congress
10:00 p.m. Depart Museum
Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Newseum Knight Conference Center

(555 Pennsylvania Ave NW)

09:00 a.m.PANEL: The Challenging Trade Landscape And Its Immediate Effects

  • John Murphy – Senior Vice President Of International Policy For The US Chamber Of Commerce MODERATOR
  • Mike Abrams – Vice President Of Global Distribution Operations For Future Electronics
  • Phil Sherman – Manager Of International Trade For Daimler North America
  • Alexander Perkins – Senior Manager For International Government Affairs, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
07:15 a.m. Registration And Breakfast
08:00 a.m. Welcome & OpeningU.S. Priorities For Economic Growth, Exports, And Investment

  • Deputy Secretary Karen Dunn Kelley – U.S. Department Of Commerce
08:40 a.m. The Future Of The Multi-lateral Order: Can The U.S. Remain In Leadership?

  • Dr. John Hamre – President & CEO Of The Center For Strategic And International Studies
09:45 a.m. Fake News And The Future Of Media In Politics

  • Sean Spicer – Author And Former White House Press Secretary
10:30 a.m. Innovation In Logistics Technology, Operations, And Procedures

  • Gina Chung – Head Of Innovation Americas for DHL Innovation Center
10:50 a.m. View From The CEO Suite

  • Mike Parra – CEO Of DHL Express Americas
  • Lee Spratt – CEO Of DHL eCommerce Americas
  • Scott Sureddin – CEO Of DHL Supply Chain North America
  • David Goldberg – CEO Of DHL Global Forwarding, U.S.
11:30 a.m. A Conversation With The FAA Administrator

  • Dan Elwell – Administrator Of The Federal Aviation Administration
  • Steve Alterman – President Of The Cargo Airline Association
11:55 a.m. BREAK FOR LUNCH (Move to 8th Floor room for luncheon address)
12:15 p.m. Luncheon Address:

Legislating In A Divided Government – A View From Capitol Hill

  • Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) – Majority Leader Of The U.S. House of Representatives

DHL Award For Special Service To The U.S.

  • Secretary Norman Mineta – Former Secretary Of The U.S. Department of Transportation And The U.S. Department Of Commerce
01:05 p.m. Current And Future Homeland Security Challenges For The U.S.

  • Acting Deputy Secretary David Pekoske – U.S. Department Of Homeland Security
01:30 p.m. PANEL: Beyond The Bomb In The Box

  • Kumar Kibble – Senior Vice President, Homeland Security And Defense, ANDE Corporation MODERATOR
  • Roland Suliveras – Executive Director, National Targeting Center (NTC) Cargo, US Customs And Border Protection (CBP)
  • Steve Francis – Assistant Director, Global Trade Enforcement Division, Homeland Security Investigations, US Immigration And Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  • Chris Urben – Staff Coordinator, Special Operations Division (SOD), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
02:45 p.m. Intelligence Analysis And The New Security Threats

  • Gen. (ret.) Daniel Christman – Senior Counselor – U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Frances Townsend – Executive Vice President For Worldwide Government, Legal And Business Affairs At MacAndrews & Forbes
03:30 PM Trends In U.S. Political Values, Priorities, And Policy

  • Carroll Doherty – Director Of Political Research For The Pew Research Center
04:15 p.m. Driving The Congressional Agenda – Perspectives From The House Whip

  • Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) –Majority Whip Of The U.S. House Of Representatives
04:45 p.m. Closing Comments
05:00 p.m. End Of Program