U.S. Chamber BCLC, CHF International, and Executives Without Borders Lead Fact-Finding Mission
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Arthur Rothkopf, senior vice president and counselor to the president, has announced that he is retiring from the Chamber at the end of July 2010. Mr. Rothkopf leads the Chamber’s Education and Workforce initiative, including the non-profit Institute for a Competitive Workforce.
HOUSTON, TX—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center (BCLC) and Siemens Corporation last night presented the 3rd annual Siemens Sustainable Community Awards to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Grand Rapids, Michigan; and Newton, Iowa. Each winning community improved the quality of life for residents by achieving vital economic, environmental, and social goals.
Nine Leading Corporate Citizens Also Join Board
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, as the U.S. Department of Education’s much anticipated Race to the Top winners were announced, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce congratulated both Tennessee and Delaware for being the only two states awarded the top prize, $500 million and $100 million respectively.