COVID-19 is now a pandemic.
On March 16, 2020 — the Atlantic Council GeoTech Center Director, David Bray, spoke as part of a live video discussion with Singularity University on the topic of “What Lessons Can We Learn About COVID-19 From Responding to Other Outbreaks?”
Dr. Bray previously served in variety of leadership roles in turbulent environments involving people, technology and data for public good. These roles include bioterrorism preparedness and response from 2000 to 2005, time on the ground in Afghanistan in 2009, serving as the executive director for a bipartisan national commission on research and development, and as a transformational, nonpartisan federal agency senior executive in change-adverse environments. He also has advised six different startups and is both an Eisenhower Fellow as well as Marshall Memorial Fellow.
Below is the video of that timely discussion.
Be Bold, and
Be Brave in our challenging times.
We all can lead. Positive “change agents” — individuals willing to work across sectors and nations to help illuminate better ways through the shared turbulence we are experiencing — are needed now more than ever. We hope you’ll join the good fight against the COVID-19 disruptions alongside us.
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