Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups

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The Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups were created by U.S. President Donald Trump to combat the economic impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. [1]

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Trump originally proposed a second task force, following the White House Coronavirus Task Force. [2] He later referred to the group as the "opening our country taskforce" and "opening our country council". [3] Larry Kudlow and Steve Mnuchin were expected to be named members. [4] Further details were expected to be announced in mid April 2020. [5] [6]

Members

Darius Adamczyk of Honeywell (2017) Darius Adamczyk.jpg
Darius Adamczyk of Honeywell (2017)
Mary Barra of General Motors (2014) Mary Barra 2014.jpg
Mary Barra of General Motors (2014)
Jim DeMint in 2005 Jim DeMint.jpg
Jim DeMint in 2005
David Farr of Emerson Electric (2011) David N Farr.jpg
David Farr of Emerson Electric (2011)
Steve Forbes in 2016 Steve Forbes by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Steve Forbes in 2016
Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson (2018) Alex Gorsky at World Economic Forum.jpg
Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson (2018)
Harold Hamm of Continental Resources (2012) Harold Hamm 2012 Shankbone.JPG
Harold Hamm of Continental Resources (2012)
Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin (2014) Marillyn Hewson.jpg
Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin (2014)
Abigail Johnson of Fidelity Investments (2012) Abigail Johnson at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on April 24, 2012.jpg
Abigail Johnson of Fidelity Investments (2012)
Douglas Leone of Sequoia Capital (2013) Douglas Leone in 2013.jpg
Douglas Leone of Sequoia Capital (2013)
Bernard Marcus of The Home Depot (2015) Bernard Marcus.jpg
Bernard Marcus of The Home Depot (2015)
Doug McMillon of Walmart (2019) Doug McMillon Headshot 2019.jpg
Doug McMillon of Walmart (2019)
Brian Moynihan of Bank of America (2010) Brian Moynihan.jpg
Brian Moynihan of Bank of America (2010)
Elon Musk of Tesla, Inc. (2018) Elon Musk Royal Society.jpg
Elon Musk of Tesla, Inc. (2018)
James Quincey of The Coca-Cola Company (2018) Macri & Quincey Davos 2018 01 (cropped).jpg
James Quincey of The Coca-Cola Company (2018)
Condoleezza Rice in 2005 Condoleezza Rice cropped.jpg
Condoleezza Rice in 2005
Stephen A. Schwarzman of The Blackstone Group (2008) StephenSchwarzman.jpg
Stephen A. Schwarzman of The Blackstone Group (2008)
Arne Sorenson of Marriott International (2016) Arne Sorenson President & CEO, Marriott International (25676937623) (cropped).jpg
Arne Sorenson of Marriott International (2016)
Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Capital Group (2016) Barry sternlicht.jpg
Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Capital Group (2016)

Agriculture

Banking

Construction, Labor, and Workforce

Defense

Energy

Financial Services

Food and Beverage

Healthcare

Hospitality

Manufacturing

Real Estate

Retail

Technology

Telecommunications

Transportation

Sports

Thought Leaders

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References

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