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A Clinton Foundation Series to Address Racial and Economic Disparities

Small Businesses,
Big Opportunities

Tuesday, October 20   |   1:00 P.M. ET


Pre-event Member Lounge will be available 12:30-1:00 p.m. ET.


On October 20, President Bill Clinton will launch a new Clinton Foundation series, “Building an Inclusive Recovery,” to address racial and economic disparities in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 40 million Americans are currently out of work, and Black communities and other communities of color are bearing the brunt of both the health impacts and economic losses from the pandemic and shutdown, exacerbating historic and ongoing social and economic disparities.


Please join President Bill ClintonMastercard CEO Ajay BangaCaliber Home Loans CEO Sanjiv Das, and a diverse range of change-makers who are at the forefront of developing solutions to the racial and economic challenges we currently face. By realizing the promise of digital technology, unlocking access to capital, and better integrating small businesses into global supply chains, we have the chance to not only rebuild the backbone of the American economy, but to do so in a way that is more inclusive for all Americans.


Tuesday, October 20 – Small Businesses, Big Opportunities
1:00-1:25 p.m. ET – Conversation between President Clinton and Ajay Banga
1:25-2:00 p.m. ET – Panel session



  • Randall Woodfin, Mayor of Birmingham, Alabama
  • Andrea Jung, President and Chief Executive Officer, Grameen America
  • Wole Coaxum, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Mobility Capital Finance, Inc.


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Thursday, November 19 – Affordable Housing and (Re)building the American Dream


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