A Conversation With Segun Idowu and Midori Morikawa From The City of Boston’s Office of Economic Opportunity and InclusionPrint PDF
Segun Idowu, Chief of Economic Opportunity and Inclusion for the City of Boston, focuses on making Boston a resilient, economically equitable, and vibrant city creating opportunities to build generational wealth for all. Midori Morikawa, Deputy Chief of Economic Opportunity and Inclusion, helps lead efforts to position Boston as a more appealing and accessible city to innovate, grow, and thrive in a way that fosters inclusion, broadens opportunity, and shares prosperity.
Idowu and Morikawa will discuss Boston’s initiatives and goals to stimulate and further grow the economy for its businesses and residents. Questions to be addressed include:
- What is Boston’s overall strategy regarding life sciences and other industries’ growth?
- What role will the City play in bringing back workers and visitors?
- Is a new strategy and approach needed to help businesses impacted by COVID-19?
- What does the future hold for public transportation and traffic?
- How is the City using state and federal funds to help businesses?
- Among these challenges, how will the City promote inclusion for all Boston residents?
Please join us for this important and timely conversation about the Wu Administration’s economic development strategies and policies for Boston.
- Bill Kennedy, Chair, Public Policy, Nutter
Monday, June 27, 2022