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Clark-Fox Forum Balcony

Bridging the Great Divide brings together prominent civic leaders and researchers to discuss the business, financial, and development implications of our divided region, and to explore suggestions for a path forward. This event is presented by the Jewish Federation of St. Louis' Professional Society and the Jewish Community Relations Council, in collaboration with RubinBrown, the Clark-Fox Policy Institute, and the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.

Panelists: Tom Hillman, Terry Jones, Molly Metgzer, and Les Sterman

Tom Hillman has been involved with private business enterprises over the course of his career and has experience with regional governance issues in other states.

Professor Emeritus Terry Jones (UMSL) has been a consultant to more than 70 governmental and non-profit organizations. His current research focuses on metropolitan governance, urban policy, and state government.

Molly Metzger is a lecturer at the Brown School at Washington University. Her research focuses on housing policy and the use of tax incentives in economic development.

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