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07:45 - 09:15
Registration and Welcome Coffee
09:15 - 09:30
Welcome

Ethical Corporation Krina Amin Head of Strategy Ethical Corporation

09:30 - 10:30
Social Purpose Keynote PART A: It’s all about [Social] Purpose and Impact now

Doing something is no longer good enough. The focus now is on aligning core business strategy to macro social needs where the central thrust of your company's commercial strategy becomes a clearly defined social good. To understand the fundamentals, you have to shift to deliver trust and quantify the positive social transformation to ensure your license to operate.

Everytable Sam Polk Co-Founder and CEO Everytable

Proterra Matt Horton Chief Commercial Officer Proterra

Moderator: Forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:00
Progressive Keynote: The need for business to take leadership

In the wake of President Trump’s election, now maybe more than ever before, business can show leadership in the movement to take action on climate change. How can businesses and investors move forward on climate action now? And what can city, state, and international policymakers still do to encourage more sustainable business practices?

Climate Policy Initiative Jessica Brown Associate Director Climate Policy Initiative

Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator Matt Petersen President & CEO Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator

Moderator & Speaker: Global Witness Bennett Freeman Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy / Chair of the advisory board Global Witness

12:00 - 12:30
Technology Keynote: How technology can be applied for environmental sustainability and impact

Hear how Google’s Lead for Sustainability is using technology to be applied for environmental sustainability and impact.

Google Kate E. Brandt Lead for Sustainability Google

Moderator: Forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

12:30 - 1:00
Digital Rights Keynote

Ranking Digital Rights project Rebecca MacKinnon Director Ranking Digital Rights project

Moderator: Forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

1:00 - 2:30
Lunch
Track A
Track B
2:30 - 3:00
UN-Award Winning case study – How Walgreens Boots Alliance has successfully integrated SDGs into business operations

More information coming soon...

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. John J. Kotlarczyk, Jr. CCEP, CIPP/US, Global Director, CSR & Waste Reduction Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.

Moderator: TCNJ School of Business Karen Becker Associate Professor of Marketing & Interdisciplinary Business TCNJ School of Business

Educate colleagues with language and KPIs that resonates

Educating internal colleagues starts with language that resonates. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams to make your engagement stick. Get this internal sell right, and benefit from champions that will champion your social purpose efforts to others.

Symantec Cecily Joseph Vice President, Corporate Responsibility Symantec

Edelman John D. Edelman Managing Director, Global Engagement and Corporate Responsibility Edelman

Googler Giving Diane Wakeley Solinger Director, Google.org Googler Giving

Intuit Nicolette van Exel Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Intuit

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

3:00 - 3:30
How to scale up social impact through collaboration

Learn how to scale up social impact efforts through collaboration to accelerate progress through partners. Hear a powerful case studies on how to this works in practice.

Facebook Bill Weihl Head of Sustainability Facebook

Moderator: Global Witness Bennett Freeman Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy / Chair of the advisory board Global Witness

Educate colleagues with language and KPIs that resonates [continued…]

Educating internal colleagues starts with language that resonates. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams to make your engagement stick. Get this internal sell right, and benefit from champions that will champion your social purpose efforts to others.

Symantec Cecily Joseph Vice President, Corporate Responsibility Symantec

Edelman John D. Edelman Managing Director, Global Engagement and Corporate Responsibility Edelman

Googler Giving Diane Wakeley Solinger Director, Google.org Googler Giving

Intuit Nicolette van Exel Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Intuit

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

3:30 - 4:00
Identify data that can measure social impact

The data collection challenge is vast – what should you be aiming for? Where can you source data to establish social impact or performance? If it’s lacking, how do you force change to fill the gaps...how much will it cost and who, within the organization, do you need to get on side to help you build and make your case?

Nestlé Waters North America Nelson Switzer Chief Sustainability Officer Nestlé Waters North America

Iron Mountain Kevin Hagen Director Corporate Responsibility Iron Mountain

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd Managing Director Ethical Corporation

Educate colleagues with language and KPIs that resonates [continued…]

Educating internal colleagues starts with language that resonates. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams to make your engagement stick. Get this internal sell right, and benefit from champions that will champion your social purpose efforts to others.

Symantec Cecily Joseph Vice President, Corporate Responsibility Symantec

Edelman John D. Edelman Managing Director, Global Engagement and Corporate Responsibility Edelman

Googler Giving Diane Wakeley Solinger Director, Google.org Googler Giving

Intuit Nicolette van Exel Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Intuit

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

4:00 - 4:30
Coffee Break
Track A
Track B
4:30 - 5:15
How to analyze the business value of social purpose

Identifying the business value of social purpose is no easy task. Understand what the non-traditional value propositions that social impact offerings can offer – is this for revenue generation, brand power or customer loyalty?

Zendesk Tiffany Apczynski Vice President of Public Policy and Social Impact Zendesk

Target Jennifer Silberman Vice President, Corporate Responsibility and Chief Sustainability Officer Target

HP Annukka Dickens Director, Human Rights and Supply Chain Responsibility HP

Moderator: Future500 Brendon Steele Director of Stakeholder Engagement Future500

The boardroom pitch – secure approval for programmes

How to shape your communications strategy to ensure the right senior people get the right messages that prove the business benefit of your social impact programmes. How are Board executives reacting to this pitch and what does success look like? Plus, understand how you can leverage internal support, when secured, to lock down funding and entrench CSR in organizational thinking.

General Motors David Tulauskas Sustainability Director General Motors

VMware Nicola J. Acutt Vice President, Sustainability Strategy VMware

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

5:15 - 5:45
From First Mile to Last Mile: Grant Management to Impact Intelligence

What if corporations had an intelligent and automated real-time way to secure large-scale, last mile data on their CSR and Sustainability performance from across geographies?

This question will inspire the discussions during the round-table.

Join the discussion on how technology is transforming impact measurement, by ensuring that every development $ spent, is working harder.

Goodera Abhishek Humbad Founder & Co-CEO Goodera

Goodera Richa Bajpai Founder & Co-CEO Goodera

5:45 - 7:00
Networking Drinks
08:00 - 08:45
Registration and Welcome Coffee
08:45 - 09:00
Welcome

Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd Managing Director Ethical Corporation

09:00 - 09:45
B Corp Keynote: How to re-align established businesses around social impact

The B Corp model is one of the revolutionary business models making sustainability waves. Hear how a social purpose strategy can deliver impact and bottom line success. Get tips and ideas from B Corp leaders on how they would integrate such thinking to established businesses.

Cotopaxi Davis Smith Founder & CEO Cotopaxi

B Lab Ben Anderson Chief B Keeper B Lab

Moderator: TCNJ School of Business Karen Becker Associate Professor of Marketing & Interdisciplinary Business TCNJ School of Business

9:45 - 10:15
Delivering Social Impact PART B: Aligning this to business strategy

Which social impact should you focus on (social inclusion, gender diversity, food security)? Is it all or just a few? What’s the justification behind narrowing your decision? How do you link this back to the business needs and strategy?

Bevi Sean Grundy Co-Founder & CEO Bevi

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Krina Amin Head of US Strategy Ethical Corporation

10:15 - 11:00
External Keynote: The need for business to go beyond compliance

How can business go beyond compliance to make a real impact towards its local community, suppliers, customers and employees?

Levi Strauss & Co. Michael Kobori Vice-President, Sustainability Levi Strauss & Co.

Philips Group Procurement Marcel Jacobs Director Supplier Sustainability Philips Group Procurement

Moderator & Speaker: AHA Betsy Henning CEO and Founder AHA

11:00 - 11:30
Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:00
Millennial keynote: Leveraging social purpose as a recruitment tool

Recruitment, retention, engagement and action – how can millennials fight for your cause and accelerate culture change? Are your people the missing link? What role can social purpose play to attract millennials?

Net Impact Liz Maw CEO Net Impact

Millenials: - Shoka Marefat Student USFCA

- Tucker Kuhn Student USFCA

- Lauren Elstein Student Berkeley

- Dylan Smith Office of the Mayor of SF

Moderator: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

12:00 - 12:30
Investor keynote: Quantify the impact to investors

Responsibility is higher on corporate agendas than ever. Doing the right thing by society, the environment and the business is expected these days. How is social purpose resonating with investors? Understand from investors how they value the impact of social purpose to influence decision-making.

Actiam Dennis van der Putten Head of ESG Research/Responsible Investing Actiam

Terra Alpha Investments Timothy P. Dunn Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer Terra Alpha Investments

Moderator & Speaker: Visa Douglas Sabo Vice President, Head of Corporate Responsibility & Philanthropy Visa

12:30 - 12:40
Tech Hub: Supply chain solutions

What technology is out there to help you identify and manage supply chain risks for auditing and impact assessment? This session will cover a series of hard-hitting case studies using technology for environmental impact, supply chain transparency and human rights.

SupplyShift Alexander Gershenson CEO SupplyShift

Moderator: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

12:40 - 12:50
Tech Hub: Technology for information dissemination and education

Hear the latest innovations and technologies used to disseminate information and educate investors and partners to show that social impact links to commercial success.

UN Foundation Ryland Devero Head of Digital Strategy Nothing But Nets, UN Foundation

Moderator: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

12:50 - 2:00
Lunch
Track A
Track B
2:00 - 2:30
Making the Business Case for Supporting Immigrants Amid Uncertain Political Times

Amid uncertain times, find out what companies are doing to drive support and inclusiveness of immigrant communities. This presentation is a case study on the Orange County Opportunity Initiative - a collaborative effort that works to educate, change the dialogue, and fund programs that directly improve the lives of immigrants.

PIMCO Foundation Sarah Middleton Executive Director PIMCO Foundation

Opus Community Foundation Katie S. Ellis Executive Director Opus Community Foundation

Moderator: CleanWeb Ravi Mikkelsen Co-Founder & CEO CleanWeb

Supplier Collaboration Workshop

UN Global Compact Natalie Zerial Senior Manager, Human Rights UN Global Compact

Timberland Colleen Vien Sustainability Director Timberland

Philips Group Procurement Marcel Jacobs Director Supplier Sustainability Philips Group Procurement

Walmart Cooper Swanson Sr. Manager for Responsible Sourcing Strategy – Human Rights Walmart

Moderator & Speaker: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

2:30 - 3:30
Quantify the impact on commercial success

Learn how to prove that social impact can deliver business profits and operational success. Benefit from taking a more meaningful approach to social impact investment linked to business needs – whether this be customer loyalty, brand reputation or profitability. Hear a powerful case study on how to quantify social impact works in practice.

Samasource Melodie Kinet Director of Business Development Samasource

Golden State Foods Anna Lisa Lukes Director, Corporate Social Responsibility and Executive Director Golden State Foods

Hanesbrands Inc Chris Fox VP of Corporate Social Responsibility Hanesbrands Inc

Moderator: TCNJ School of Business Karen Becker Associate Professor of Marketing & Interdisciplinary Business TCNJ School of Business

Supplier Collaboration Workshop [continued…]

UN Global Compact Natalie Zerial Senior Manager, Human Rights UN Global Compact

Timberland Colleen Vien Sustainability Director Timberland

Philips Group Procurement Marcel Jacobs Director Supplier Sustainability Philips Group Procurement

Walmart Cooper Swanson Sr. Manager for Responsible Sourcing Strategy – Human Rights Walmart

Moderator & Speaker: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

3:30
End of Forum and Closing Comments

Ethical Corporation Krina Amin Head of Strategy Ethical Corporation

07:45 - 09:15
Registration and Welcome Coffee
09:15 - 09:30
Welcome

Ethical Corporation Krina Amin Head of Strategy Ethical Corporation

09:30 - 10:30
Social Purpose Keynote PART A: It’s all about [Social] Purpose and Impact now

Doing something is no longer good enough. The focus now is on aligning core business strategy to macro social needs where the central thrust of your company's commercial strategy becomes a clearly defined social good. To understand the fundamentals, you have to shift to deliver trust and quantify the positive social transformation to ensure your license to operate.

Everytable Sam Polk Co-Founder and CEO Everytable

Proterra Matt Horton Chief Commercial Officer Proterra

Moderator: Forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:00
Progressive Keynote: The need for business to take leadership

In the wake of President Trump’s election, now maybe more than ever before, business can show leadership in the movement to take action on climate change. How can businesses and investors move forward on climate action now? And what can city, state, and international policymakers still do to encourage more sustainable business practices?

Climate Policy Initiative Jessica Brown Associate Director Climate Policy Initiative

Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator Matt Petersen President & CEO Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator

Moderator & Speaker: Global Witness Bennett Freeman Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy / Chair of the advisory board Global Witness

12:00 - 12:30
Technology Keynote: How technology can be applied for environmental sustainability and impact

Hear how Google’s Lead for Sustainability is using technology to be applied for environmental sustainability and impact.

Google Kate E. Brandt Lead for Sustainability Google

Moderator: Forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

12:30 - 1:00
Digital Rights Keynote

Ranking Digital Rights project Rebecca MacKinnon Director Ranking Digital Rights project

Moderator: Forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

1:00 - 2:30
Lunch
Track A
Track B
2:30 - 3:00
UN-Award Winning case study – How Walgreens Boots Alliance has successfully integrated SDGs into business operations

More information coming soon...

Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. John J. Kotlarczyk, Jr. CCEP, CIPP/US, Global Director, CSR & Waste Reduction Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.

Moderator: TCNJ School of Business Karen Becker Associate Professor of Marketing & Interdisciplinary Business TCNJ School of Business

Educate colleagues with language and KPIs that resonates

Educating internal colleagues starts with language that resonates. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams to make your engagement stick. Get this internal sell right, and benefit from champions that will champion your social purpose efforts to others.

Symantec Cecily Joseph Vice President, Corporate Responsibility Symantec

Edelman John D. Edelman Managing Director, Global Engagement and Corporate Responsibility Edelman

Googler Giving Diane Wakeley Solinger Director, Google.org Googler Giving

Intuit Nicolette van Exel Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Intuit

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

3:00 - 3:30
How to scale up social impact through collaboration

Learn how to scale up social impact efforts through collaboration to accelerate progress through partners. Hear a powerful case studies on how to this works in practice.

Facebook Bill Weihl Head of Sustainability Facebook

Moderator: Global Witness Bennett Freeman Former US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy / Chair of the advisory board Global Witness

Educate colleagues with language and KPIs that resonates [continued…]

Educating internal colleagues starts with language that resonates. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams to make your engagement stick. Get this internal sell right, and benefit from champions that will champion your social purpose efforts to others.

Symantec Cecily Joseph Vice President, Corporate Responsibility Symantec

Edelman John D. Edelman Managing Director, Global Engagement and Corporate Responsibility Edelman

Googler Giving Diane Wakeley Solinger Director, Google.org Googler Giving

Intuit Nicolette van Exel Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Intuit

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

3:30 - 4:00
Identify data that can measure social impact

The data collection challenge is vast – what should you be aiming for? Where can you source data to establish social impact or performance? If it’s lacking, how do you force change to fill the gaps...how much will it cost and who, within the organization, do you need to get on side to help you build and make your case?

Nestlé Waters North America Nelson Switzer Chief Sustainability Officer Nestlé Waters North America

Iron Mountain Kevin Hagen Director Corporate Responsibility Iron Mountain

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd Managing Director Ethical Corporation

Educate colleagues with language and KPIs that resonates [continued…]

Educating internal colleagues starts with language that resonates. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams to make your engagement stick. Get this internal sell right, and benefit from champions that will champion your social purpose efforts to others.

Symantec Cecily Joseph Vice President, Corporate Responsibility Symantec

Edelman John D. Edelman Managing Director, Global Engagement and Corporate Responsibility Edelman

Googler Giving Diane Wakeley Solinger Director, Google.org Googler Giving

Intuit Nicolette van Exel Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Intuit

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

4:00 - 4:30
Coffee Break
Track A
Track B
4:30 - 5:15
How to analyze the business value of social purpose

Identifying the business value of social purpose is no easy task. Understand what the non-traditional value propositions that social impact offerings can offer – is this for revenue generation, brand power or customer loyalty?

Zendesk Tiffany Apczynski Vice President of Public Policy and Social Impact Zendesk

Target Jennifer Silberman Vice President, Corporate Responsibility and Chief Sustainability Officer Target

HP Annukka Dickens Director, Human Rights and Supply Chain Responsibility HP

Moderator: Future500 Brendon Steele Director of Stakeholder Engagement Future500

The boardroom pitch – secure approval for programmes

How to shape your communications strategy to ensure the right senior people get the right messages that prove the business benefit of your social impact programmes. How are Board executives reacting to this pitch and what does success look like? Plus, understand how you can leverage internal support, when secured, to lock down funding and entrench CSR in organizational thinking.

General Motors David Tulauskas Sustainability Director General Motors

VMware Nicola J. Acutt Vice President, Sustainability Strategy VMware

Moderator & Speaker: Flex Bruce Klafter Vice-President, Corporate Social & Environmental Responsibility Flex

5:15 - 5:45
From First Mile to Last Mile: Grant Management to Impact Intelligence

What if corporations had an intelligent and automated real-time way to secure large-scale, last mile data on their CSR and Sustainability performance from across geographies?

This question will inspire the discussions during the round-table.

Join the discussion on how technology is transforming impact measurement, by ensuring that every development $ spent, is working harder.

Goodera Abhishek Humbad Founder & Co-CEO Goodera

Goodera Richa Bajpai Founder & Co-CEO Goodera

5:45 - 7:00
Networking Drinks

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Event Presentations • Event Audio • On Demand Subscription

08:00 - 08:45
Registration and Welcome Coffee
08:45 - 09:00
Welcome

Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd Managing Director Ethical Corporation

09:00 - 09:45
B Corp Keynote: How to re-align established businesses around social impact

The B Corp model is one of the revolutionary business models making sustainability waves. Hear how a social purpose strategy can deliver impact and bottom line success. Get tips and ideas from B Corp leaders on how they would integrate such thinking to established businesses.

Cotopaxi Davis Smith Founder & CEO Cotopaxi

B Lab Ben Anderson Chief B Keeper B Lab

Moderator: TCNJ School of Business Karen Becker Associate Professor of Marketing & Interdisciplinary Business TCNJ School of Business

9:45 - 10:15
Delivering Social Impact PART B: Aligning this to business strategy

Which social impact should you focus on (social inclusion, gender diversity, food security)? Is it all or just a few? What’s the justification behind narrowing your decision? How do you link this back to the business needs and strategy?

Bevi Sean Grundy Co-Founder & CEO Bevi

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Krina Amin Head of US Strategy Ethical Corporation

10:15 - 11:00
External Keynote: The need for business to go beyond compliance

How can business go beyond compliance to make a real impact towards its local community, suppliers, customers and employees?

Levi Strauss & Co. Michael Kobori Vice-President, Sustainability Levi Strauss & Co.

Philips Group Procurement Marcel Jacobs Director Supplier Sustainability Philips Group Procurement

Moderator & Speaker: AHA Betsy Henning CEO and Founder AHA

11:00 - 11:30
Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:00
Millennial keynote: Leveraging social purpose as a recruitment tool

Recruitment, retention, engagement and action – how can millennials fight for your cause and accelerate culture change? Are your people the missing link? What role can social purpose play to attract millennials?

Net Impact Liz Maw CEO Net Impact

Millenials: - Shoka Marefat Student USFCA

- Tucker Kuhn Student USFCA

- Lauren Elstein Student Berkeley

- Dylan Smith Office of the Mayor of SF

Moderator: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

12:00 - 12:30
Investor keynote: Quantify the impact to investors

Responsibility is higher on corporate agendas than ever. Doing the right thing by society, the environment and the business is expected these days. How is social purpose resonating with investors? Understand from investors how they value the impact of social purpose to influence decision-making.

Actiam Dennis van der Putten Head of ESG Research/Responsible Investing Actiam

Terra Alpha Investments Timothy P. Dunn Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer Terra Alpha Investments

Moderator & Speaker: Visa Douglas Sabo Vice President, Head of Corporate Responsibility & Philanthropy Visa

12:30 - 12:40
Tech Hub: Supply chain solutions

What technology is out there to help you identify and manage supply chain risks for auditing and impact assessment? This session will cover a series of hard-hitting case studies using technology for environmental impact, supply chain transparency and human rights.

SupplyShift Alexander Gershenson CEO SupplyShift

Moderator: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

12:40 - 12:50
Tech Hub: Technology for information dissemination and education

Hear the latest innovations and technologies used to disseminate information and educate investors and partners to show that social impact links to commercial success.

UN Foundation Ryland Devero Head of Digital Strategy Nothing But Nets, UN Foundation

Moderator: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

12:50 - 2:00
Lunch
Track A
Track B
2:00 - 2:30
Making the Business Case for Supporting Immigrants Amid Uncertain Political Times

Amid uncertain times, find out what companies are doing to drive support and inclusiveness of immigrant communities. This presentation is a case study on the Orange County Opportunity Initiative - a collaborative effort that works to educate, change the dialogue, and fund programs that directly improve the lives of immigrants.

PIMCO Foundation Sarah Middleton Executive Director PIMCO Foundation

Opus Community Foundation Katie S. Ellis Executive Director Opus Community Foundation

Moderator: CleanWeb Ravi Mikkelsen Co-Founder & CEO CleanWeb

Supplier Collaboration Workshop

UN Global Compact Natalie Zerial Senior Manager, Human Rights UN Global Compact

Timberland Colleen Vien Sustainability Director Timberland

Philips Group Procurement Marcel Jacobs Director Supplier Sustainability Philips Group Procurement

Walmart Cooper Swanson Sr. Manager for Responsible Sourcing Strategy – Human Rights Walmart

Moderator & Speaker: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

2:30 - 3:30
Quantify the impact on commercial success

Learn how to prove that social impact can deliver business profits and operational success. Benefit from taking a more meaningful approach to social impact investment linked to business needs – whether this be customer loyalty, brand reputation or profitability. Hear a powerful case study on how to quantify social impact works in practice.

Samasource Melodie Kinet Director of Business Development Samasource

Golden State Foods Anna Lisa Lukes Director, Corporate Social Responsibility and Executive Director Golden State Foods

Hanesbrands Inc Chris Fox VP of Corporate Social Responsibility Hanesbrands Inc

Moderator: TCNJ School of Business Karen Becker Associate Professor of Marketing & Interdisciplinary Business TCNJ School of Business

Supplier Collaboration Workshop [continued…]

UN Global Compact Natalie Zerial Senior Manager, Human Rights UN Global Compact

Timberland Colleen Vien Sustainability Director Timberland

Philips Group Procurement Marcel Jacobs Director Supplier Sustainability Philips Group Procurement

Walmart Cooper Swanson Sr. Manager for Responsible Sourcing Strategy – Human Rights Walmart

Moderator & Speaker: PYXERA Global Deirdre White CEO PYXERA Global

3:30
End of Forum and Closing Comments

Ethical Corporation Krina Amin Head of Strategy Ethical Corporation

Purchase the Post-Conference Materials

Event Presentations • Event Audio • On Demand Subscription