Non-Employer Businesses, Economic Empowerment, and Environmental Improvements for Women and Young Females in Under Resourced Communities [8.18.19]

Broadcast Completed (8.18.19). Pending YouTube URL Posting by Channel 10 TV

Guest:  Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University

Segment 1

Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Understanding Nonemployer Businesses”

Segment 2

Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Understanding the “Gig” Economy, Businesses, and Workers”

Segment 3

Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Female Business Creation, Education, & Labor Force Participation”

Segment 4

Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Considerations, Outreach, and Future Opportunities”


Program Summary:

The world-wide EmeraldPlanet International Foundation movement is linking millions of professionals and citizens around the globe through a practical community-by-community identification, evaluation, broadcasting, and promotions weekly television program and selected The Emerald Mini-Treks.

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Our featured guests are:

  • Segment ‘1’: Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Understanding Nonemployer Businesses”
  • Segment ‘2’: Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Understanding the “Gig” Economy, Businesses, and Workers”
  • Segment ‘3’: Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Female Business Creation, Education, & Labor Force Participation”
  • Segment ‘4’: Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute for Research on the Washington Region’s Economic Future, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, (In-Studio), Theme: “Considerations, Outreach, and Future Opportunities”

Program Overview:

The Stephen S. Fuller Institute is the premier source for information and analysis of Greater Washington’s regional economy. Through consistent monitoring of regional issues and the economy, the Institute is able to identify critical conditions and trends impacting the future vitality of the Washington region’s economy. Regularly communicating these findings and producing timely research on short- and long-term regional policy options ensure local business and government leaders are equipped with the data needed to make informed decisions regarding the region’s future. The Institute is led by longtime regional economist Stephen S. Fuller, Ph.D. and is part of the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.

George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government prepares undergraduate and graduate students to be leaders and managers who solve problems and advance the public good in all sectors and levels of government—in the United States and throughout the world. Located where policy happens—just 3 miles from the Pentagon, 4 miles from The White House, and 6 miles from the U.S. Capitol Building—students are connected to jobs, internships, networking, and experiences that can only be found in the Washington, D.C., area.



Thank You Production Crew and Program Team for your commitment, dedication, and goodwill as we continue to expand our “best practices” solutions identification and reporting in our second decade. We would like to acknowledge that equipment and facilities are provided by Fairfax Public Access, Fairfax, Virginia. We thank our many viewers, supporters, and the general public for weekly feedback, ideas, and suggestions as together we create The EmeraldPlanet….Dr. Sam Hancock, Creator & Host, The EmeraldPlanet TV

 

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