To mark the public launch of our campaign, Wealth for the Common Good members will address the media on Wednesday in a teleconference.
Arul Menezes, principal architect at Microsoft, and Bill Collins, former mayor of Norwalk, Conn., will speak on their personal interest in reversing the Bush-era tax cuts on wealthy individuals. Chuck Collins, co-founder of Wealth for the Common Good, will moderate the event.
Members of the press who are interested in attending should contact Sara Koenig or Shonna Carter at Riptide Communications (212) 260-5000.
The teleconference begins at 11 a.m. ET.
Wealth for the Common Good was established in November 2008 to bring together a network of business leaders and high net worth individuals who want to play a role in public policy and promote pragmatic and progressive tax reform.
(Organizational affilitions for our speakers are listed for identification purposes only. They represent themselves, not their employers.)