9:00 Turnaround 2.0: Tapping the Potential of the PreK-3rd Grades to Improve Schools with Lisa Guernsey, New America Foundation; Roberto Rodriguez, White House Domestic Policy Council; Sam Oertwig,University of North Carolina; Lydia Carlis, AppleTree Institute; Darlene Kamine, Community Learning Center Institute, Craig Hockenberry, Oyler School, Cincinnati, OH; Laura Bornfreund, New America Foundation

11:00 Restoring Workers’ Rights in Michigan with Dick DeVos, The Windquest Group; Ed Feulner, Heritage Foundation (Heritage Foundation

12:00 A Kingdom’s Future: Saudi Arabia Through the Eyes of its Twentysomethings with Caryle Murphy, journalist (Wilson Center)

12:15 Ecological Cooperation in South Asia: The Way Forward with Saleem Ali, University of Queensland, Australia; Peter Bergen, New America Foundation

12:00 Anti-Extremism Policies in Russia and How they Work in Practice with Alexander Verkhovsky, SOVA Center for Information and Analysis, Moscow and National Endowment for Democracy

2:00 What’s Next for Syria: Humanitarian and Political Perspectives with Frederic Hof, Atlantic Council; Elizabeth Ferris, Brookings; Panos Moumtzis, Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees (Brookings)

2:00 Food Security in Southeast Asia: Why Fish are Key with Roger Pulwarty, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration; Barbara Best, U.S. Agency for International Development; Blane Olson, Anova Holding USA, LLC; Johanna Nesseth Tuttle, CSIS; Ted Osius, Senior Visiting State Department Fellow, CSIS (CSIS)

3:00 The International Development Assistance Ecosystem of the U.S.: A Development and Foreign Policy Strategic Asset with Carol Lancaster, Georgetown University; Paul O’Brien, Oxfam America; Tessie San Martin, Plan USA; Susan Reichle, USAID; Asif Shaikh, CSIS; Daniel F. Runde, CSIS (CSIS)