Speaking Topics & Highlights
Cracking The Code: Creating Jobs in a global economy
Governor Jennifer Granholm led Michigan during the toughest economic times since the Great Depression -- through auto bailouts and a global shift of manufacturing jobs. Through experience and stories, hear her perspective on how the nation can grow middle-class jobs when technology and globalization make it easy for jobs to move elsewhere.
Are Robots Going to Hurt or Help? Let’s Talk Driverless Cars
Are U.S. jobs more at risk as a result of robots or globalization? Will driverless cars put 3 million truck and passenger drivers out of work? Granholm talks about the automation economy, and the employment risks and opportunities of accelerating technology in America. In this talk, Granholm makes a rousing case for how electric driverless cars will lead to new industries, cleaner air, more mobility and a higher quality of life as commuters relax while in transit.
TED Talk: A Clean Energy Proposal -- Race to the top
Kicking off the TED conference, Jennifer Granholm asks a very American question with worldwide implications: How do we make more jobs? Her big idea: Invest in new alternative energy sources.
Lead, Women, Lead!
Leading During Challenging Times
Granholm at 2016 Democratic National Convention
Governor Jennifer Granholm was the first female attorney general and two-term governor of Michigan, where she led during challenging economic times. She shares inspiring lessons of leadership, from experience, through stories and data, and exhorts women to raise their hand to lead.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm led Michigan during the toughest economic times since the Great Depression -- through auto bailouts and a global shift of manufacturing jobs. Through her experience and stories, Granholm offers inspiring lessons on how to find opportunity and lead in the most challenging circumstances.