I just realized that this is the first time I’ve ever heard Jared Kushner’s voice. That’s probably true for most of you, too.
Kushner just delivered an incredibly rare statement at a technology summit, and as much as I ~really~ want to listen to his content (he’s focused on modernizing the government and tackling its “top technology” problems), I can’t get past the fact that his voice is NOT what I expected it to sound like. At all.
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) June 19, 2017
“We have challenged ourselves to pursue change that will provide utilities to Americans far beyond our tenure here,” Kushner said. “Together we have set ambitious goals and empowered interagency teams to tackle our objectives.”
Kushner said the White House Office of American Innovation was created to bring “business sensibility” to the White House that’s still relying on practices from previous administrations.
Other topics that were expected to come up during the summit were cybersecurity, analytics and future technology trends.
Interesting… But can I be honest? I’m more interested in Kushner’s voice than what he’s Actually Saying. Don’t worry. I feel ridiculous for it. I’m totally aware that my millennial is showing right now, and I’m not proud of it.