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As New York wrestles with the distinction of being the epicenter of COVID-19 in America, our team is readying the next installment of BRIC TV’s Emmy Award Winning #BHeard Town Hall series “The Foreseeable Future” on Wednesday May 20th.
Send us your questions for our panelists and we'll answer them on air: https://bit.ly/bheardform
Meet the Panelists:
Dr. Peter Bishop is an Associate Professor Emeritus of Strategic Foresight and Director of the graduate program in Foresight at the University of Houston. He has published two books on the future of education: "Thinking about the Future: Guidelines for Strategic Foresight" (2007) and "Teaching about the Future: The Basics of Foresight Education" (2012), both with co-author Andy Hines.
Dr. Cindy Frewen, FAIA, urban futurist and architect, teaches the Design Futures Workshop and Social Change at the University of Houston graduate program in Strategic Foresight. In addition, she consults, speaks, and writes on the future of cities and design futures, specializing in the intersection of people, technology, and complexity.
Heather E. McGowan helps leaders prepare their people and organizations for our VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous) World. In 2017, LinkedIn ranked her as its number one global voice for education. New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman describes her as “the oasis” the future of work. McGowan is the co-author of "The Adaptation Advantage" (April 2020).
Dr. Jonathan Metzl is Frederick B. Rentschler II Professor of Sociology and Medicine, Health, and Society Director, Center for Medicine, Health, and Society Professor of Psychiatry Vanderbilt University.
Greg Tate is an African-American writer, musician, producer and authority on Afrofuturism. The focus of his writing has been African-American music and culture. He is a founding member of the Black Rock Coalition and the leader of Burnt Sugar.
Moderated by BRIC TV Managing Editor Brian Vines.