Sean Hackbarth

Sean Hackbarth
Senior Editor, Digital Content

Sean has written for various U.S. Chamber properties since 2011. In 1999, Sean launched a “weblog” and never looked back, becoming a self-proclaimed pioneer of the medium. At the Chamber, he writes about public policies affecting businesses including energy, health care, and regulations. When not battling those making it harder for American businesses to succeed, Sean raves about all things Wisconsin (his home state), religiously follows the Green Bay Packers, and posts food pictures to Instagram. In addition, Sean may or may not have an unhealthy obsession with Canadian power trio Rush.

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How Employers Can Build Career Pathways for Ex-Offenders

Equality of Opportunity In Action: The Power of a Second Chance

Employers must look to underutilized pools of talent to find workers.

What Can Be Done to Address Maternal Healthcare Disparities?

How to Address Maternal Healthcare Disparities

Private and public sector leaders discussed remedies to address these disparities.

The Opportunities are Vast in a Potential U.S.-Kenya Free Trade Agreement

A trade agreement between the two countries would be the first of its kind between the U.S. and a sub-Saharan African country.

Save Small Business Initiative: A Year of Commitment and Action

Throughout the pandemic the Chamber has been on the side of small business and will continue to be there moving forward.

From Zero to Eight: Abbott’s Innovative Spirit Delivers Critical COVID-19 Tests

Abbott developed eight COVID-19 tests critical to helping diagnose COVID-19 and better understand it.

Fostering Inclusion in the Innovation Economy Drives American Competitiveness

"Diversity drives innovation, not the other way around," said U.S. Chamber President Suzanne Clark at the Global Innovation Policy Center's Equality of Opportunity in the Innovation Economy event on October 1. "Differing perspectives lead to differing ideas, and robust debate and discussion leads to more innovation and important breakthroughs."

Chamber’s Clark: Racial Equality is ‘Essential’ to U.S. Competitiveness

Lifting up all Americans and ensuring equal opportunity for all is a critical mission for the business community. 

On Monday at The Future of Business and Education event put on by the U.S. Chamber, Chamber President Suzanne Clark spoke about the continuing partnership between the business community and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to expand economic opportunity.