Through our speaker series, Talks@GS, Goldman Sachs regularly invites leading thinkers from a broad range of sectors to share their insights with us. Highlights from those sessions are featured on this page.

Soccer in the United States

Three of the greatest advocates for soccer in the United States – Cobi Jones, the all-time leader for appearances on the U.S. national team; Claudio Reyna, former captain of the U.S. national team; and Ed Foster-Simeon, President and CEO of the U.S. Soccer Foundation – discuss soccer’s growth across the country and their careers in the sport.

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Bill Ritter

Bill Ritter, former governor of Colorado and president of the Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE), discusses clean energy and the proposals outlined in the CNEE’s recent report, Powering Forward.

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Richard Kurin

Smithsonian Under Secretary for History, Art and Culture Richard Kurin led a conversation about the ongoing preservation of US history.

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John Sexton

New York University President John Sexton discusses the evolution and globalization of higher education.

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Christine Bader

Christine Bader, author of The Evolution of the Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil, discusses the role Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plays in global enterprises.

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General Michael Hayden

General Michael Hayden, former director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), discusses key issues related to national and international security.

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Stanley Nelson

Before the Sundance® premiere of his documentary Freedom Summer on January 22, 2014, Emmy® award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson spoke at the Goldman Sachs offices in Salt Lake City about the inspiration behind the film.

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Barry Scheck

Barry Scheck is the co-founder of The Innocence Project, which helps exonerate wrongfully convicted individuals in the US through DNA testing.

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Mark Halperin and John Heilemann

Best-selling political journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, authors of the books Game Change and Double Down, discuss the impact of media on campaign decisions in the 2008 and 2012 US presidential elections.

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