Opportunity 2020: The Way to Win is an invite-only strategy session hosted by Third Way in partnership with the Black Economic Alliance and Winston Fisher.
June 17-18, 2019
Defeating Donald Trump is the political cause of our time, and the 2018 elections offered us the blueprint for how to do it. Americans voted for proudly pragmatic Democrats who focused on the issues impacting their lives: good jobs that are too scarce, health care costs that are too high, and a future that is too uncertain.
The transformations wrought by technology and globalization have resulted in a severe concentration of opportunity. Far too many people—residents of urban and rural areas, workers at all skill levels, women and especially people of color—are wondering how they or their kids will be able to earn a good life.
To build a winning coalition, the Democratic nominee’s vision for the economy must reflect and directly address this lived experience and central concern. They must offer a vision of a future where all voters and all communities benefit from increasing opportunity and economic growth.
House Majority Whip James Clyburn
South Carolina's 6th
Columbia, South Carolina
South Carolina, District 66
The 2018 elections offered Democrats the blueprint for
THE WAY TO WIN.
5:00PM Welcome Reception
6:30PM Opening Plenary
9:00AM Mid-Morning Break
1:00PM Breakout Session I
3:00PM Breakout Session II
6:00PM Evening Reception
0:00PM Evening Reception
Charleston Gaillard Center
95 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401
Third Way is a national center-left think tank developing modern, future-oriented solutions to the challenges of the digital age. Our work is grounded in the mainstream American values of opportunity, freedom, and security.
Black Economic Alliance
The Black Economic Alliance is a coalition of business leaders and aligned advocated committed to economic progress and prosperity in the Black community, with a specific focus on Work, Wages, and Wealth.
Winston Fisher is a leading business executive, thought leader, and philanthropist. A partner in Fisher Brothers, one of the nation’s top real estate firms, he was appointed as Co-Chair of the NYC Regional Economic Development Council and is active in a number of philanthropic efforts.