Katherine Gehl, a veteran of the public and private sector and the former president and CEO of Gehl Goods, a $250-million high-tech food manufacturing company, is the founder of The Institute for Political Innovation, a nonpartisan nonprofit founded in 2020 to catalyze modern political change in America. She is the co-author with professor Michael E. Porter of Harvard Business School of The Politics Industry: How Political Innovation Can Break Partisan Gridlock and Save our Democracy. She speaks with host Richard Levick about the Politics Industry Theory, Final Five Voting and how we can innovate to inspire and save a functioning democracy that is bursting at the seams.
This week, Richard Levick spoke with the South China Morning Post, weighing in on President Biden’s first year in office. Indeed, Biden’s legacy could be