Jay Newton Small, Correspondent, TIME Magazine; Author, Broad Influence: How Women are Changing the Way America Works
Kathleen Sebelius, Former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services
Moderated by Luiza Savage, Editorial Director of Events, POLITICO
Jay Newton-Small is Washington correspondent for TIME. She is currently writing a book about women in politics. Newton-Small joined TIME in 2007 to cover the Democratic side of the 2008 presidential campaign, traveling with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. She has also covered the White House, Congress, the 2012 Republican presidential campaign and foreign policy. She has been on assignment for TIME in Iran, Iraq, Jordan, the UAE, Ethiopia, Haiti, Indonesia, Australia, Canada and Europe.
Luiza Ch. Savage is the editorial director of POLITICO events. She oversees the content of POLITICO’s fast-growing live journalism — working alongside the Events Unit to bring stories to the stage in the form of public discussions, newsmaker interviews, and thought-leader summits. She also manages the creation of editorial products related to events.
Kathleen Sebelius is one of America’s leading voices on health policy, health care reform, and human service delivery. From April 2009 through June 2014, she served in President Barack Obama’s Cabinet as Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, where she oversaw a trillion-dollar budget and a staff of nearly 90,000 employees. The agencies in the Department include the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Food and Drug Administration, the Office of the Surgeon General, the Office of Head Start, and numerous others.