Ivanka Trump to Present Keynote at CES 2020
Ivanka Trump, daughter of and advisor to President Donald Trump, has been announced as a late addition to the CES 2020 keynoter roster.
On Jan. 7 at 2 pm in the Venetian Hotel’s Palazzo Ballroom, Trump will take the stage with Consumer Technology Association (CTA) President and CEO Gary Shapiro for a discussion entitled, “The Path to the Future of Work.”
The tenor of the presentation will address innovation’s impact on jobs and workforce development, touching upon employer-led strategies to reskill workers, create apprenticeships and develop K–12 STEM education programs, according to the announcement by show producer CTA.
“CES has consistently proven to be one of the most influential technology events in the world and I am excited to join this year for a substantive discussion on how the government is working with private sector leaders to ensure American students and workers are equipped to thrive in the modern, digital economy,” she said in the announcement statement.
According to the announcement, as advisor to President Trump, Ivanka Trump focuses on the economic empowerment of women and their families, skills-training and workforce development. She serves as co-chair of the National Council for the American Worker with U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.