On Tuesday, Senator Eric P. Lesser and Representative Josh S. Cutler will co-chair the third public meeting of the Future of Work Commission at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The meeting will focus on the role of education, skills and job quality in addressing the future of work. The meeting will include presentations from theMIT Task Force on the Work of the Future, Associate Professor Julie Shah, Professor Lionel C. Kimerling,Holyoke Community College president Christina Royal, and Ed Lambert, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education.
Commission members and guest presenters will attend in person. Members of the public are invited to watch virtually on Tuesday, September 21st at 11 a.m. on Senator Lesser’s Facebook page.
WHO: Senator Eric P. Lesser
Representative Josh S. Cutler
Future of Work Commission members
MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future
Julie Shah, Associate Dean of Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing at MIT,
Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and Director of the Interactive Robotics Group
Lionel C. Kimerling, Thomas Lord Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at
MIT and the Director of the MIT Microphotonics Center
Christina Royal, President of Holyoke Community College
Edward Lambert, Executive Director of Massachusetts Business Alliance for
WHAT: Third public meeting of the Future of Work Commission at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
WHEN: Tuesday, September 21st
Meeting starting at 11 a.m.
WHERE: Online at Facebook.com/EricLesserMA
The 17-member Future of Work Commission serves to examine the future of the workplace and the impact of automation, artificial intelligence, global trade, and new data forms on the workforce, businesses, and economy.
For questions, please contact Molly Trowbridge, Communications Director to Senator Eric P. Lesser, at 508-369-6836.