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2022 China Challenge Summit   

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(Virtual & In-Person Options)
 

The China Challenge Summit will be one of the most important gatherings of leaders and experts in U.S.-China relations, international trade and business, national security policy, and others to provide private- and public-sector leaders with both strategic insight and tactical advice for operating in the current global environment. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from and engage with a unique group of China specialists on today’s most salient diplomatic and industrial challenges. 

Scheduled for in-person on June 9 at Utah Valley University, the objective is to convene a high-profile group of leaders from across the nation and world — including you and your colleagues — to yield quality thought-leadership around three themes:      

  • China's geopolitical strategy and U.S. foreign policy towards China.
  • China's economic, trade, business, and foreign policies.
  • How U.S. businesses and policymakers should respond to these challenges.
     
Featured Speakers
Schedule

Hosted at UVU The Noorda Center for the Performing Arts at Utah Valley University, the Summit will showcase best practices and deliver actionable advice for U.S. business and policy leaders as they navigate the dynamic and challenging global issues of today. 

 

Plenary Sessions - The Noorda Center

08:30 am - 09:00 am     Check-In

09:00 am - 09:15 am     Welcome

09:15 am - 10:00 am     China's Global Influence & Geopolitical Strategy

10:00 am - 10:30 am     U.S. Diplomacy & Foreign Policy: Then & Now

11:00 am - 11:30 am     China's Economic Might & Trade Policy

11:30 am - 12:15 pm     Business Intelligence for Navigating China

 

Lunch - Grand Ballroom

12:30 pm - 02:00 pm     Networking

 

Breakout Sessions - Clarke Building

02:15 pm - 03:15 pm     Session 1      

                   Option A     China's Domestic Economy & Global Disruption

                   Option B     China's National Rejuvenation & Strategic Ambitions

                   Option C     Risks & Rewards of Doing Business in China

 

03:30 pm - 04:30 pm     Session 2      

                   Option A     Navigating a New Era of Economic Statecraft

                   Option B     Trade Winds & Viable Alternatives to China
                   
Option C     Global Competition in High Technology & Innovation

Full Schedule
 

Additional Speakers
  • Craig Allen, President of the U.S.-China Business Council
  • Ylli Bajraktari, CEO at the Special Competitive Studies Project
  • Chris Campbell, Chief Strategist at Kroll
  • Amy Celico, Principal at Albright Stonebridge Group
  • Peter Cleveland, VP of Legal at TSMC
  • Robb Gordon, Senior Policy Director at Intel
  • Jamieson Greer, Partner at King & Spalding
  • Miles Hansen, President/CEO of World Trade Center Utah
  • Allison Hooker, Senior VP at American Global Strategies
  • Greg Jackson, Host and Head Writer of “History that Doesn’t Suck” podcast and Senior Fellow at UVU National Security Studies
  • Sarah Kemp, VP of International Government Affairs at Intel
  • Nicholas Lardy, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics
  • Eric Levesque, COO of Strider Technologies
  • Zongyuan Zoe Liu, Fellow for International Political Economy at Council on Foreign Relations
  • Mary Lovely, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics
  • Damien Ma, Managing Director at Paulson Institute
  • C.J. Mahoney, Deputy General Counsel at Microsoft
  • Peter Mattis, Director for Intelligence at the Special Competitive Studies Project
  • Evan Medeiros, Chair in Asia Studies at Georgetown University
  • Erik Quam, Deputy Director China Strategic Focus Group, U.S. Indo-Pacific Command
  • Tim Stratford, Managing Partner at Covington & Burling LLP Beijing
  • Seth Sunderland, CEO of Spring Canyon Capital
  • Glenn Tiffert, Research Fellow at Hoover Institution
  • Liza Tobin, Senior Director of Research and Analysis for Economy at the Special Competitive Studies Project
  • Matt Turpin, Senior Advisor at Palantir Technologies
  • Jeremie Waterman, President of the China Center at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Lingling Wei, Chief China Correspondent at The Wall Street Journal
  • Abraham Denmark, Director of Asia Program at The Wilson Center
  • Alison Szalwinski, Vice President of Research at The National Bureau of Asian Research
     

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  • UVU Noorda Center for the Performing Arts2022 China Challenge Summit
  • Fee: $199.00
    Dates: 6/9/2022 - 6/9/2022
    Times: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    Days: Th
    Sessions: 1
    Building: The Noorda Center at UVU
    Room: Concert Hall
    Instructor: Multiple Speakers
    Seats Available: 414
     Show Description

    Join a unique group of distinguished leaders and experts at the 2022 China Challenge Summit, a powerful one-day event that explores strategies and tactics on U.S. - China relations, international trade and business, national security policy, and creating sustainable competitive advantage. 

    To Attend Virtually ($50.00) Register Here