Arthur Brooks, president of American Enterprise Institute and New York Times best-selling author and contributing opinion writer, will deliver the keynote address during the Kentucky Chamber’s Business Summit and Annual Meeting on July 19.
For the past 10 years, Brooks has been the president of American Enterprise Institute, a nonpartisan public policy think tank based in Washington D.C. Before American Enterprise Institute, Brooks taught Business and Government at Syracuse University and was also a classical musician for 12 years.
Aside from his work at the American Enterprise Institute, Brooks is a New York Times best-selling author of 11 books, his latest being The Conservative Heart. He is also a contributing New York Times opinion writer and has published dozens of academic journal articles and the textbook Social Entrepreneurship, focusing on topics like the role of government, economic opportunity, happiness, and the morality of free enterprise.
Now in its 13th year, the Business Summit and Annual Meeting, scheduled for July 19-20 at the new Omni Louisville Hotel, provides an opportunity for business leaders throughout the Commonwealth to discuss issues related to the local, national and international economies. The Kentucky Chamber’s signature event, presented by Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, has brought to the stage journalists and political analysts such as Tucker Carlson, Donna Brazile, George Will, the late Tim Russert, Ted Koppel, Bob Woodward, Chuck Todd, David Gregory, Katty Kay, and Carl Bernstein.
Additional speakers for the two-day Business Summit will be announced in the weeks to come. Click here for more details or to register.