Moving beyond conversation to action
A global gathering of leaders from government, business, nonprofits, academia, and faith-based institutions, the Baker Forum leverages their combined experiences and resources to evaluate and respond to a policy challenge, identifying and executing on solutions to improve society for all.
"The Baker Forum will attract an agenda-setting group of experts who will come up with tangible policy solutions, informed by research, to some of our world’s most critical challenges. The Baker Center will support the development and promotion of leadership that cuts across institutions and party lines."Edward Montgomery, Dean, McCourt School of Public Policy
There are a lot of events in Washington, DC and beyond featuring well-meaning leaders talking about affecting change. The Baker Forum is different.
The Forum is the culmination of the year-long programming of the Baker Center and the exploration of a challenging issue of our time. Our cross-institutional partners gather and commit to taking real steps toward a solution so we can move the needle, and embrace our role in effective governance.
Most importantly, the Forum is a public display of our institutions’ commitment to doing what is right and good, to doing their part to improve society. The restoration of this lost faith is the real work of the Baker Center.
Our first Forum took place in January 25, 2017 at Halcyon House in Washington, DC.
Join us in our work.