Dear participants of 2016 Minority Economic Public Policy Forums
On behalf of the P.U.L.S.E. Campaign, PoliticalJUNKi, L.P., RAZOREDGE LLC and the NRMC we are pleased to say thank you to each of you who have attended this forum and thanks to our participants, special guest and candidates. We appreciate you for taking the time and effort to be there. We also thank you for your participation and the sharing your ideas and expertise. We certainly hope that the forum has been all that you expected it to be and that you have taken the opportunity to make new friends and expand your professional network. The discussion and exchanges of many experiences, suggestions and opinions with potential policy makers will transform politics.
Our objective for this forum was to build on the ideas that impact the economic opportunities of minorities with the ultimate goal of achieving public policy debate and framework. To accomplish this, we established this year’s discussion agenda to enable us to discuss the many existing economic problems and free market access facing minorities today and then to determine the necessary solutions, actions, policies sessions.
If we have been successful, we will take all things we have learned and develop the ideas for an economic blueprint for minorities. We have been very fortunate to have a small group of community leaders and president candidates to participate in the forums. This group includes Educators, Business Owners, Veterans and Faith-Based Leaders. Their involvement resulted in our very successful forum, interviews, oral sessions and conference calls. We want to think each of them and also all the panelist who experience and skillfully guided each of the important questions delivered in the forum. The direction of the forum was established early by our first Special Guest Speaker Stephen Gilchrist, Chairman of South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce, giving the PULSE a Strategic Plan for Minority Economic Policy Plan and followed with fascinating ideas by presidential candidates. We believe all here will agree that we have achieved many results and can all agree that this year’s conference has been a great success.
After closing our forums, we begin the next phase of exploring the ideas further and establish a documentary committee to start complying the necessary information to shape these ideas. We would like to say again, on behalf of all co-organizers, supporting agencies, sponsors and forum staff who contributed the grants and their efforts to us during the one-year Forum preparation. We thank you.
If you would like to participate in our documentary committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Billy Whiteside Jr, General Partner, PoliticalJunki, LP
John L, Lewis, Chairman, NRMC
Stephen Gilchrist, Chairman, SCAACC