The Future of Work 2019 Conference

Dahnke Family Ballroom
June 4, 2019 – June 6, 2019
How will the changing nature of work affect human health, the security of our communities, and the global and local employment landscape? A fourth and distinctly technological revolution is underway that is shaping our global and domestic economic, societal, cultural and human context. Cities and companies must revitalize with an eye for the future, while preparing to support people disrupted by the changing workforce. 

Join us as we convene key thought leaders from academia; the private sector; international NGOs; foundations; and local, state and federal governments for a series of focused presentations and discussions on “the future of work.”

This event is supported by the Keough School’s McKenna Center for Human Development and Global Business and the Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development, Citi Foundation, City of South Bend, and the Zielsdorf Family Partnership for Corporate Engagement.



Gary Bolles

Chair for the Future of Work, Singularity University

Maureen Conway

Vice President for Policy Programs, Aspen Institute

Mayor Pete Buttigieg

Mayor, City of South Bend

Lauren Jacobs

Executive Director, Partnership for Working Families

Marcela Escobari

Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution