Building up neighbourhood economies: the future of home sharing in Quebec with Christopher Lehane from Airbnb Young Canadians in Finance Montréal is pleased to invite you to this breakfast conference featuring
Building up neighbourhood economies: the future of home sharing in Quebec with Christopher Lehane from Airbnb
Young Canadians in Finance Montréal is pleased to invite you to this breakfast conference featuring Christopher Lehane, Head of Global Policy and Public Affairs at Airbnb.
In this role, he leads Airbnb’s work with policy makers around the world to support common sense approaches that protect the right of everyday people to share their homes in order to help make ends meet, oversees the company’s efforts to educate the public about the community wide economic benefits created by home sharing and directs initiatives to communicates how the platform is helping to democratize travel by allowing anyone to belong anywhere.
Prior to joining Airbnb, Lehane provided strategic counsel to political, corporate, technology, entertainment and professional sports clients. In the 1990s, Lehane served in various positions in the Clinton Administration, including Press Secretary to Vice President Al Gore, Special Assistant Counsel to President Bill Clinton and Counselor to Housing and Urban Development Secretary Andrew Cuomo.
A published author and film/co-producer, Lehane has also served as a Lecturer in Management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Lehane graduated from Harvard Law School in 1994 and from Amherst College in 1990. He serves on the Board of Trustees for Amherst College; the Board of Advisors for Common Sense Media, a children’s health media advocacy non-profit and AT&T’s Aspire Accelerator, an effort to promote education technology to improve learning. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, Andrea, a human rights lawyer, and two sons, Dominic and Quincy.
(Vendredi) 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
1 Place Ville-Marie, 40th floor