Washington, D.C. — Today, the Trump Presidential Advisory Commission on Business and Human Rights will hold its first public meeting, at 9:00 a.m. at the Capitol Building, in support of President Trump’s proposed new Business & Industrial Development Act.
The bill is an effort to promote American businesses to invest in their local communities, create jobs and promote the health of the economy.
The commission will hold a hearing at 9 a.ms. to hear from interested business owners, experts and business leaders.
The public can watch live online, at www.trump-administration.gov/events/meetings/2016-05-18/.
In addition to the Commission on Human Rights, the president’s business advisory council is the first business advisory board created by the Trump administration.
The council is comprised of businesses and public officials with strong business, technology and environmental interests.
The members include: the White House’s Secretary of Commerce, former Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, former CEO of Wells Fargo Bank, and Vice President Joe Biden.
The Commission on the Economy, Regulatory Reform and Consumer Protection is headed by the former Federal Trade Commission Chairman and Chief Counsel, Robert Laszewski.
The Business and Industrial Development Commission is led by former Chairman of the Federal Trade Commissions, and former Vice President Al Gore, as well as former Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, Robert Siegel.
The National Economic Council is chaired by former Secretary and Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich.
The U. S. Chamber of Commerce is chaired on the Commission, by President Donald J. Trump and former Secretary Elaine Chao.
The Federal Election Commission is chaired and managed by former President Barack Obama.
The Council on Environmental Quality is chaired, by former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt, and the Board on National Priorities is chaired of former Secretary Michael E. Leavitt.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is chaired in the chairmanship of President Donald Trump, and is headed, by Administrator Gina McCarthy, by the acting Commissioner, Lisa Jackson.
The White House Council on Women and Girls is chaired under the chairmen and CEO, Dawn Laguens.
The Commerce Department is chaired from the National Economic and Business Council under President Donald H. Trump.
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development is chaired through the Chair of the Council on Competitiveness, Ben Carson, and Deputy Secretary for Planning and Construction, Mark Tauscher.
The Office of Management and Budget is headed and managed in the Chairmanship of former President Donald W. Bush and Secretary Henry Paulson, as previously chaired by the Chair, Michael Froman, who retired last year.
The Treasury Department is led under Secretary Jack Lew and the Department of Labor by former Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy and a former Secretary, Linda McMahon.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is led in the role of Director Richard Cordray.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is led and managed through the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board and Director of the Office of Financial Research, Larry Summers.
The Department of Homeland Security is led through the Office on Violence Against Women, Assistant Secretary Mary Jo White, and Director for Community Partnerships, Laura Jackson.
This year, the Commission has a number of other senior leaders.
It is led, by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, by acting Director, Elaine Chao, and by former Acting Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, David C. Wilkins.
In its first year, more than 2,300 businesses have submitted nominations for the 2018-2019 term of the Commission.
More than 1,300 corporate executives have submitted comments, including over 400 CEOs.
A representative from the business community and public interest groups is the chair of the Trump-administrated Commission.
The President’s Business Advisory Council will also be led by Vice President Mike Pence.
This new Commission will ensure that America’s businesses thrive, grow and create jobs for our citizens.
We thank the Trump Campaign for their support of our efforts to help businesses succeed and ensure that our country’s economic growth and job creation benefits all Americans.
Please visit our website at www to listen to the full Commission on Trump-Administration business advisory panel.
The Trump-PAVIC Business Advisory Panel is made up of: President Donald Trumps business advisory councils; President Donald T. Trump; and former Presidents of the United States, Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
The new Commission is comprised entirely of business leaders, including CEOs, investors, business owners and entrepreneurs.
We welcome all business leaders to join the Commission and are proud to be part of the President Trumps economic recovery effort.