Lecture by Don Graves, United States Deputy Secretary of Commerce

Date
Tuesday 31 May 2022, 18:30 - 20:30
Type
Lecture
Spoken Language
English
Room
CB-2
Building
Theil Building
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In a lecture, organized by the EFR on 31 May, United States Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves will discuss the essential role of export controls in the protection of national security.

In addition, he will speak about the importance of maintaining vigilance and discretion when monitoring the procurement of emerging technology, especially at the intersection of industry and academia.

About Don Graves

Don Graves is the current Deputy Secretary of Commerce. Most recently, he served as Counselor to President Joe Biden during the 2020 presidential campaign.

Prior to that, Graves served as Executive Vice President and Head of Corporate Responsibility and Community Relations at KeyBank. During the Obama-Biden Administration, Graves served as Counselor and Domestic and Economic Policy Director for then-Vice President Biden.

He was previously appointed by President Barack Obama as Executive Director of the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and led the federal government’s efforts in the economic recovery of the city of Detroit.

Programme

18:30Walk-inC-hall
19:00OpeningCB-2
19:05Speech by Don Graves and Q&ACB-2
20:00Informal closingC-hall

Economic Faculty Association Rotterdam

This event is organised by the Economic Faculty Association Rotterdam (EFR).

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In case of any questions, please send an email to pm.general@efr.nl

 

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