Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy

Third Annual Economic Conference: What Will Tax Reform Mean For You and Economic Growth?

The Honorable Tom Davis,
Deloitte,
Cassaday & Company,
Roanoke Cement,
and
The Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy
Cordially Invite You to the

 
3rd Annual Conference on
Virginia's Economic Future
"What Will Tax Reform Mean
For You and Your Business?"


As President Trump and Congress battle out the road to tax reform, what does it mean for you, for your business, for the state and for the nation?  Which policy initiatives work, and which do not?  Which create the strongest economic growth?  And which might be politically necessary ... or Dead On Arrival? 
 
Friday, November 10, 2017
9:15a.m. to 10:00 am:  Coffee and Networking
10:00 am to 12:00 noon:  Program

George Mason University
"The Hub", Third Floor


Registration:  $10 (includes parking)
Parking will be in the Shenandoah Parking Garage, off Sandy Creek Way.  Signs will direct you to the Parking Garage and then a short walk to "The Hub."


To Register for $10 and receive a parking pass via email,
click here!
To Register without a parking pass,
click here!


Confirmed Speakers:
From the Trump campaign to large and small business; from a private sector perspective to the view from Congress, this Economic Roundtable has it all:

 

Stephen Moore was an economic advisor to the presidential campaign of Donald Trump and an architect of his tax reform proposal.  A commentator on CNN, he has been a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial page and president of the Club for Growth.  He continues to serve on President Trump's Leadership Council and is a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

 

Dr. William Dunkelberg is chief economist for the National Federation of Independent Business, the nation's largest voice for small businesses.  He is also a Professor of Economics at Temple University's School of Business and Management and served as an advisor to the US Secretary of Commerce and has served on the Consumer Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve System.

 

 

Matthew Miller is Vice President for the Business Roundtable, one of the most powerful voices for the Fortune 500.  He previously served as Vice President of Government Affairs for Financial Executives International, and Political Director and Senior Consultant at EOP Group.  He served two terms on the Republican Governors Association National Finance Committee.

  

Stephan Cassaday, CFP, CFS is President and CEO of Cassaday & Company, named #1 Advisor in Virginia on Barron's list of "America's Top 1,200 Advisors" and #12 in the nation in Barron's 2017 rankings.  In 1993, after 16 years holding senior and management positions with several major NYSE member firms, he abandoned the traditional brokerage model and founded Cassaday & Company, growing it from $40 million in assets to $2.4 billion.

 

 

 

Tom Davis serves as Director of Federal Government Affairs for Deloitte.  A former seven-term Member of Congress, he was widely recognized as a skilled legislator and political expert, serving as chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee.  He is co-author of the book The Parison Divide:  Congress in Crisis.  Davis currently serves as Rector and Professor at George Mason University.

 

Cooperating Organizations: Columbia American Chamber of Commerce, Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce, Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce, Ibero Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Forum International, Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, The Livingston Group, Mt. Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce, Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce, Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Pakistan American Business Association, Prince William County Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Mexico Chamber of Commerce, Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Virginia FREE, Virginia Manufacturers Association, Virginia NFIB, Virginia Retail Federation.

 

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