NextGen Voices: Economics & Global Immigration


Don't miss your chance to get a sneak peak on the topic for the next Forbes submission challenge!

We'll reveal the topic early, to a select group, who attends our Forbes challenge kickoff event with YPFP 
Board Member David Simon on March 22. (Psst...The topic's on global immigration, and it's a good one.) 

Forbes will officially launch the writing challenge in the YPFP app on March 23, but why wait for your
chance to get started? The winner(s) will be invited to participate on a panel in April with John Sandweg, former Director of the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

YPFP is in the business of amplifying NextGen voices. We secure partnerships with Forbes and other leading publications to give our members exclusive opportunities to refine their voice and maximize their influence. We encourage all of you come on March 22 and submit an article, even if immigration isn't your primary area of focus.


David Simon is a successful entrepreneur in the defense technology space, and he has a unique perspective on how skilled labor in the technology sector can be impacted by changes in policy (see David’s bio here). If you’re in DC, come join the discussion! If you’re outside of the city, listen to the conversation on our Facebook Live broadcast!

 YPFP’s NextGen Voices series amplifies foreign policy ideas and solutions of YPFP members. 




March 22, 2017 at 7pm - 9pm
Ford Motor Company
801 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20004
United States
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Will you come?