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An Unrivalled Speaker Line-up

Across the two summits, senior-level executives from across multiple industries, disciplines and geographies came together to share insight into how their ensuring a future for their businesses, and for their stakeholders.



Kathleen A. Shaver

Kathleen A. Shaver

Director Supply Chain Value Protection, Cisco Systems

Prove the value of having a responsible supply chain as a source of competitive advantage

Kathleen serves as Director of Supply Chain Value Protection for Cisco, the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. In this capacity, Kathleen leads a global team that includes the regulatory compliance, sustainability, ethical sourcing, risk management and security functions for Cisco’s worldwide supply chain. Cisco’s initiative to drive carbon reduction throughout its supply chain won top honors from The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s “Climate Leader Award” for 2016. She also serves the broader electronic and information technology industry as Chair of the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC).

Prior to joining Cisco in 2013, she was Director of Corporate Social Responsibility for Mattel, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of toys and children’s products. In this role, she led social compliance and launched the firm’s sustainable sourcing initiative. Kathleen's prior experience includes extensive environmental and regulatory affairs positions in the private and non-profit sectors including roles serving as President of the Chlorine Institute and Vice President of the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association. Additionally, she has directed environmental compliance and sustainability initiatives for the business units of AlliedSignal and Honeywell.

She has held faculty appointments with major institutions including the University of Maryland and the University of Central Missouri—teaching courses in sustainability, epidemiology and environmental heath policy. In 2011 and 2014, Kathleen served as the expert in residence—lecturing and serving as an advisor to the MBA program in Sustainable Management—at the Presidio Graduate School.

Ms. Shaver has been recognized internationally for her expertise in business continuity planning and ESG public reporting. From 2011-2013, Kathleen represented the business community as a member of the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Technical Advisory Committee that developed the GRI G4 Standards. She has also been recognized as a leader in the promotion of public-private sector partnerships to mitigate the impact of infectious disease transmission including pandemic influenza.

Ms. Shaver holds an M.S. (summa cum laude) in environmental health science from the University of Oklahoma School of Public Health and earned her B.A. in interdisciplinary studies from American University’s School of Public Affairs in Washington, DC.

Andy Rayment

Andy Rayment

Risk and Assurance Lead, Procurement, AstraZeneca

Improve transparency and operational standards through supplier collaboration

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Kirstie McIntyre

Kirstie McIntyre

Director, WW Environmental Operations, HP Inc.

Supply chain risk management – embedding technologies to successfully manage risk

Kirstie McIntyre is WW director for HP Inc’s environmental operations. Her remit covers all product and service-related environmental laws and market access agreements on energy efficiency, chemical / material restrictions and end-of-life considerations. Her teams manage takeback and recycling, IT system support for reporting and disclosure and WW product compliance programmes. She liaises with Government, industry associates and peers, supply chain partners as well as business customers and consumers on environmental regulations, recycling and other environmental aspects of HP's products. Kirstie is a passionate advocate of the circular economy and has worked for a number of years in the strategic development of end-of-life programmes for various companies in the electronics sector. She has an engineering doctorate in environmental technology and has published widely on sustainability and supply chain issues.

Ton Van Keken

Ton Van Keken

Senior Vice President of Operations, Interface

Establish long-term sustainable solutions through industry-wide supplier collaboration

As Senior Vice President of Operations, Ton's role is to create and execute Interface's operations strategy across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Key to the role is ensuring excellence across the supply chain, helping Interface establish new and innovative ways of sustainable working through stakeholder collaboration.

David Hammond

David Hammond

CEO, Human Rights at Sea

In-depth Modern Slavery Act workshop – what is the risk to your business of modern slavery in supply chain services?

Human Rights at Sea is an independent maritime human rights charity whose Mission is to explicitly raise awareness, implementation and accountability of human rights provisions throughout the maritime environment, especially where they are currently absent, ignored or being abused. This includes vanguard work throughout the maritime supply chain for matters of Corporate social Responsibility and sustainability involving Business and Human Rights in the maritime environment.

Web: www.humanrightsatsea.org
Email: david.hammond@humanrightsatsea.org

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Jörgen Karlsson

Jörgen Karlsson

Global Program Manager, Responsible Sourcing, Ericsson

Supply chain risk management – embedding technologies to successfully manage risk

Jörgen Karlsson is Ericsson’s Global Program Manager, Responsible Sourcing. Jörgen is based at Ericsson’s head office in Kista, Sweden. Since joining Ericsson in 2008, he has been instrumental in developing the Supplier Code of Conduct audit Program and rolling it out in all Regions and Business units. Jörgen has also developed training courses in the areas of Code of Conduct, Occupational Health and Safety, and Anti-Corruption.

Before joining Ericsson he was a Senior Consultant at a Swedish management consultant firm. Jörgen has an MBA from INSEAD, France, and a M.Sc. degree from Lund University, Sweden. He is an IRCA-certified ISO 9001 Lead Auditor Trainer.

Alison Ward

Alison Ward

CEO, Cotton Connect

Sustainable sourcing roundtables: Managing your impacts on human rights, deforestation, climate change

Alison Ward, CEO - has over 20 years of international experience in sustainability and corporate affairs, shaping system change and translating social impact programmes into commercial value within the FMCG, food, and apparel sectors.

Previously Alison was a Consultant to Mondelez International where she developed the business case to invest $400m into Cocoa Life. Alison’s commitment to sustainable supply chains started during her four years at Cadbury where she was Global Head of Corporate Responsibility and pioneered the first mainstream Fairtrade chocolate bar across six commonwealth markets.

France Bourgouin

Dr France Bourgouin

Head of Responsible Sourcing, Dong Energy

Work better with your suppliers – bridge the gap between sustainability and procurement

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Nick Knightley

Nick Knightley

Category Leader: Food and Farming, Ethical Trade Initiative

How successful supplier partnership collaboration works in practice

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Donna Marshall

Donna Marshall

Professor, UCD School of Business

Create and build a culture mind-shift

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Cornelia Gomez

Cornelia Gomez

Ethical & Sustainability Practice Advisor, AsiaInspection

In-depth Modern Slavery Act workshop – what is the risk to your business of modern slavery in supply chain services?

Cornelia Gomez is an Ethical & Sustainability Practice Advisor at AsiaInspection. She focuses on developing ethical and sustainability programs to help AI’s partner brands and companies secure their global supply chains. Previously, Cornelia worked as a Social Compliance Manager with a leading global retailer headquartered in Hong Kong and France. She was on the board of the ICS (Initiative Clause Sociale) for over two years, and an active participant in various ethical organizations, including the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety and the GSCP (Global Social Compliance Programme) against forced labour.

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Shirley Duncalf

Shirley Duncalf

Head of Sustainability, Bidvest Foodservice

Establish long-term sustainable solutions through industry-wide supplier collaboration

Responsible for driving the sustainability agenda at Bidvest Foodservice, Shirley originally qualified as an environmental health officer (EHO), working for several local authorities before moving into the private sector.

Since joining Bidvest Foodservice at its in-house EHO in 1995, Shirley took on her current role as head of sustainability in 2012. As well as developing strategy and maintaining the company’s Sustainability Coordinator Network, Shirley publishes an annual sustainability report.

Katja Sbikowski

Katja Sbikowski

Head of Responsible Procurement, Formerly at Novartis

Build business relationships - what do the procurement teams think of integrating sustainability into their business

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Tony Roy

Tony Roy

Senior Procurement Manager, BT plc

Build business relationships - what do the procurement teams think of integrating sustainability into their business

Tony Roy joined BT plc in 2015, as a Senior Manager in the Group Procurement Risk, Policy & Governance Team. His focus will be on Supplier Excellence through sustainable means. Tony is spearheading a number of innovative sustainability tools throughout the supplier base.

Prior to BT, Tony worked in a number of multi-national organisations such as KPMG, GEC Alsthom, NBC Universal, and GE Capital, where he led their global EH&S strategy with suppliers.

He has an MBA in International Project Management from Liverpool Business School, and a degree in Electrical Engineering from NIT, India. He is also a qualified Lead Auditor for the ISO 9001 and ISO14001 standards.

Subathra Vaidhiyanathan

Subathra Vaidhiyanathan

Senior CSR Manager, New Look Retailers

Create and build a culture mind-shift

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Charles Dickinson

Charles Dickinson

Environmental Sustainability Controller, Primark

Sustainable sourcing roundtables: Managing your impacts on human rights, deforestation, climate change

Charles Dickinson is Environmental Sustainability Controller for Primark, with over 20 years’ experience embedding sustainability and environmental strategies within global apparel and footwear brands. Charles joined Primark in June 2015, and is responsible for leading the fashion retailer’s sustainability initiatives across its UK and international supply chain.

As an expanding international business Primark has been working quietly behind the scenes to minimise the environmental impact of its stores and logistics operations, from reducing energy to reusing the paper and cardboard from its stores to make Primark’s famous brown bags.

r of the Ethical Trading Initiative since 2006, and achieved ETI Leadership in 2011; ranking it in the top 5% of member brands. As a Board Member of Zero Discharge (ZDHC), Charles represents Primark and plays a central role in leading 22 global brands towards zero discharge of certain chemicals by 2020.

career at C&A, one of the largest fashion retailers in the world. During his 29 year career at the brand, Charles spearheaded C&A’s Global Reporting Initiative certification. Prior to joining Primark, Charles was Senior Vice President, Head of Global Quality Management & Sustainability for Esprit, where he developed and implemented the retailer’s global sustainability strategy. http://www.primark.com/en/our-ethics

Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson

Director, String3

Supply chain risk management – embedding technologies to successfully manage risk

Tim Wilson is Director and founder of Historic Futures Limited (HF) – world leaders in the design and development of solutions to allow monitoring and control of materials and products in global value-chains. Tim has more than 15 years practical experience of working with some of the largest brands, retailers and labelling organisations to deliver supply-chain mapping, product risk monitoring and product integrity reporting. HF recently launched their innovative String3 service (getstring3.com) – and are technology partners with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).

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Lene Wendland

Lene Wendland

Senior Advisor and Manager, Business & Human Rights, OHCHR

In-depth Modern Slavery Act workshop – what is the risk to your business of modern slavery in supply chain services?

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Anita Neville

Anita Neville

Vice President of Corporate Communications and Sustainability Relations, Golden Agri-Resources

Sustainable sourcing roundtables: Managing your impacts on human rights, deforestation, climate change

Anita Neville is Golden Agri-Resources (GAR)'s Vice President of Corporate Communications and Sustainability Relations. Splitting her time between Jakarta and Singapore, Anita is responsible for ensuring that GAR's sustainability strategy listens to and engages with GAR's suppliers and industry stakeholders. She believes that the rate of change underway in the palm oil industry is unprecedented, but that the key to continued success will be to take the conversation out of the boardroom and into the palm plantation. She advocates a people-led approach focused on farming, palm oil's role as a food and the families that grow it.

Anita joined Golden Agri-Resources in 2016 from ten years with the Rainforest Alliance, an international non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of tropical forests. Neville led the design and implementation of the first global marketing strategy for the Rainforest Alliance's certification and verification services and served as representative for the Australia and Oceania region. She is a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) auditor, specialising in the social aspects of the respected forestry standard. Prior to the Rainforest Alliance, Neville was the Director of Communications for E3G, a European-focused environmental politics think tank specialising in climate diplomacy and energy policy. She began her career in her native Australia before taking up a position with WWF UK, rising to Head of Advocacy where she worked to secure the HSBC Investing in Nature partnership, work that continues to this day in the form of the HSBC Water Programme.

As a food business, Golden Agri-Resources produces more than 30 consumer brands, manages approximately 15% of the global supply of palm oil, and is the world's second largest grower, producing more than 10 million tons of palm fruit every year from across Indonesia

Purvi Shah

Purvi Shah

Product Integrity Manager, The De Beers Group of Companies

Diamond and Jewellery Industry Case Study: Raising industry standards though a successful supply chain management programme

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Delf Bintakies

Delf Bintakies

Head of Procurement Risk and Sustainability, Bayer

Work better with your suppliers - bridge the gap between sustainability and procurement

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Roel Nieuwenkamp

Chair, OECD Working Party Responsible Business Conduct

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Kaitlin Crouch

Kaitlin Crouch

Senior Sustainability Consultant, ING

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Oliver Hurrey

Oliver Hurrey

Executive Director, 2degrees

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Charlene Collison

Charlene Collison

Head of Futures, Forum for the Future

Charlene leads Forum’s work in futures and collaborative change to address complex systemic challenges. She combines expertise in futures methodology and practice with a track record in organisational change and leadership. She is the project lead for Cotton 2040, a cross-industry collaborative project integrating and accelerating efforts for a systemic shift towards sustainability in the cotton industry.

Charlene has led a number of multi-stakeholder initiatives, and drives Forum’s learning and thought-leadership in the process of futures and collaborative systems change for a sustainable future.

Read more on https://uk.linkedin.com/in/charlene-collison-75aa8224

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Dexter Galvin

Head of CDP's supply chain program, CDP

Dexter runs CDP’s Supply Chain program to enable major multinationals and governments to achieve sustainable supply chains, influencing over US$2 trillion in annual procurement spend. Dexter's supply chain experience is extensive having worked in time-critical logistics prior to joining CDP in 2008 and providing tailored logistics solutions to automotive and aerospace manufacturers such as Toyota, Audi, Bosch and Honeywell. Passionate about harmonizing reporting standards, he has lead on driving standardization in environmental reporting. In 2013 he launched a major new initiative called Action Exchange that will help suppliers around the world to rapidly reduce emissions. Dexter has also expanded CDP’s supply chain program, into other environmental areas like water and deforestation.

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Duncan Williamson

Food Policy Manger, WWF UK

Duncan works as the Food Policy Manger for WWF UK. He has been in post for over 7 years and oversees WWF UK’s food work. He developed on-going Livewell project, which demonstrates that a healthy diet can be sustainable. He is leading the WWF Networks position on sustainable diets and is one the steering group for their work on the post 2015 agenda, leading food related engagement in the process. Duncan is coordinating the work on sustainable food security for WWF.

He has worked with a variety of companies in the food sector such as Alpro, IKEA, Waitrose, Tesco, Nestle and Sodexo.

He is on the advisory group for the Food and Climate Research Network, Bioversity International’s sustainable diets metrics project, the UNEP/FAO AgriFood task force and the Milan Protocol and helped set up and is a director at Eating Better.

Duncan has a BA in Philosophy and an MSC in Sustainable environmental management. He has been working in the field of sustainable systems for 20 years. His work has led to him living and running projects in Greece, Thailand and on the Galapagos Islands.

Chris Ireland

Chris Ireland

UK Chief Executive Officer, JLL

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Chris Ireland is Chief Executive of the UK business of JLL, with over 2,500 employees based in 24 offices throughout the UK. JLL provide national property expertise on all aspects of Commercial and Residential property. Chris joined JLL in 2011 following the merger with King Sturge where he held the position of Joint Senior Partner.

Eric Hespenheide

Eric Hespenheide

Interim Chief Executive, GRI

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Filippo Bettini

Filippo Bettini

Chief Sustainability and Risk Governance Officer, Pirelli

Increase engagement with your stakeholder groups

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Erik Nooteboom

Erik Nooteboom

Acting Director of Investment and Company reporting, European Commission

Fine tune your regulatory risk-radar: An evaluation of the latest regulations and how to go beyond compliance to create positive impacts

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Hilary Parsons

Hilary Parsons

Assistant Vice President, Head of Creating Shared Value Engagement, Nestle

Materiality: What’s next?

Hilary is Senior Manager in the Nestlé global Public Affairs Department based at the company headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland. She joined Nestle in 1990 in the UK working first for the Nestle Rowntree confectionery business before being promoted to Head of Corporate Affairs for Nestlé UK.

She transferred to the global Head Office in October 2007 where she is responsible for supply chain and commodity issues management. She also has major responsibilities in reporting and is responsible for the Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report (on line). She also coordinated production of the revised Nestlé Corporate Business Principles.

Hilary is a Board Director of the International Cocoa Initiative (ICI) which tackles Child Labour in Cocoa and has also been elected a member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Stakeholder Council.

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Lisa Basford

Lisa Basford

Head of Corporate Responsibility, InterContinental Hotel Group

STOP REPORTING! (for reporting’s sake) – Learn how to align reporting to strategy

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Bianca Shead

Bianca Shead

Sustainable Development, advocacy and policy manager, SAB Miller

Panel Discussion – Align The Sustainable Development Goals with your Corporate Responsibility Reporting

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Heather Johnson

Heather Johnson

Vice President, Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships, Ericsson

Panel Discussion – Align The Sustainable Development Goals with your Corporate Responsibility Reporting

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Rowland Hill

Rowland Hill

Head of SD Reporting, Marks and Spencer

Leverage data to create meaningful and engaging content

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Dr Monica Streck

Dr Monica Streck

Director of Strategic Sustainability Management, Munich Airport

Interactive SDG Materiality Workshop

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Adam Garfunkel

Adam Garfunkel

Director, Junxion Strategy

Create a successful report communication strategy

An experienced sustainability consultant and writer, Adam has spent over a quarter of a century helping organisations plan and deliver effective strategies and communications to further social and environmental goals.

Adam is MD of Junxion Strategy, an international consultancy that integrates strategy, branding and reporting, serving clients committed to social conscience, environmental conservation and sound financial performance. Junxion's clients include major international companies such as the adidas Group and Nordea, NGOs like Ecotrust, Greenpeace and Reconciliation Canada, and a long list of entrepreneurial social ventures. From offices in Vancouver, Canada and London, UK, Junxion works with clients on four continents.

Adam is Chair of Governors at his local primary school and has been a trustee of the award-winning Jacksons Lane arts centre since 2008. He is a B Corp Ambassador, passionately advocating for better business that holds to the principles of accountability, performance and transparency.

Christopher Hodgson

Christopher Hodgson

Environment and Sustainability Head, CapGemini

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Justin Bazalgette

Justin Bazalgette

Head of Environmental Efficiency, Belron International

Breaking down Silos: Learn how to become a change manager

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Hester Yorgay

Hester Yorgay

Director of Corporate Responsibility & Site Optimization, Ecova

Leverage data to create meaningful and engaging content

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Letitai Weeks

Letitia Weeks

Reporting Manager, De Beers

The Reporting X-Factor

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Camilla Ohlsson

Camilla Ohlsson

Strategic Communicator, IKEA Group

STOP REPORTING! (for reporting’s sake) – Learn how to align reporting to strategy

Camilla is responsible for the IKEA Group Sustainability Report and sustainability related communication, focusing on climate and energy. With a background in international development, Camilla is passionate about people, words and sustainability. Camilla has a masters degree in Agricultural Economics and Business Administration from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

To discover more information about sustainability at IKEA Group visit http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_GB/about-the-ikea-group/people-and-planet/index.html or read the IKEA Group Sustainability Report at http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_US/img/ad_content/2015_IKEA_sustainability_report.pdf

Michael Goebbels

Michael Goebbels

Director of Corporate Responsibility Strategy & Reporting, Metro Group

Materiality: What’s next?

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Anne-Marie Williams

Anne-Marie Williams

Senior Analyst and Engagement Officer, ShareAction

Generate consistency between data providers, investors and company stakeholders

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Fiona Pelham

Fiona Pelham

Managing Director, Positive Impact

Breaking down Silos: Learn how to become a change manager

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Erinch Sahan

Erinch Sahan

Head of Private Sector Team (acting), Oxfam GB

The House Believes that “Sustainability reporting is meeting the needs of key audiences”

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Manon Welter

Manon Welter

AVP, Citizenship and Reputation, Barclays

Use Sustainability messages to Engage Millennials

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Svetlana Nikolaenko

Svetlana Nikolaenko

AVP, Citizenship and Reputation, Barclays

Use Sustainability messages to Engage Millennials

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Jonny McCaig

Jonny McCaig

Global Director of Issues and Reporting, Unilever

The Future Trends of Reporting

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Justine Harris

Justine Harris

Head of Corporate Transparency, Vodafone Group

Trust Barometer – How to create a brand that your stakeholders will trust

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Kumi Naidoo

Kumi Naidoo

Executive Director, GreenPeace (TBC)

The House Believes that “Sustainability reporting is meeting the needs of key audiences”

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Rachel Barton

Rachel Barton

Engagement Manager, Sky

Demand more from Digital: Create a strategy that leverages digital platforms

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Andrew Mason

Andrew Mason

Responsible Investment Analyst, Standard Life Investments

Andrew has over ten years of experience in sustainable finance and is head of engagement with investee companies on environmental and social issues at Standard Life Investments. Andrew's remit is to identify and lead the team's engagement with investee companies across all asset classes on sustainability issues . Andrew has a master's degree in Social Policy from the University of Edinburgh and a post graduate diploma in Sustainable Business from the University of Cambridge.

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Timothy P. Dunn, CFA

Timothy P. Dunn, CFA

Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Terra Alpha Investments LLC

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Tim has over 25 years of experience as an investment professional. Previously, he was a Senior Vice President at Capital Research which manages $1.3 Trillion in investment funds. At Capital, Tim was one of the lead managers of Capital's largest and most successful funds including Growth Fund of America, Capital World Growth and Income Fund, and EuroPacific Growth Fund. Previously, Tim was an equity analyst covering a diverse range of global sectors from consumer products to electrical equipment. Additionally, Tim served on many organizing committees at Capital and oversaw the firm's global research cluster teams.

He has worked as an advisor to CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, on strategic planning and organizational effectiveness. Tim has served as a Trustee of the Virginia Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, which overall is the leading investor in natural capital.

He holds a BA in International Relations from The College of William & Mary and a MBA in Finance from Northeastern University.

Luke Graham

Luke Graham

Director of Finance, Britain Stronger in Europe

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Elina Rolfe

Elina Rolfe

Senior Manager, Reporting and Assessment, PRI

Currently managing PRI's reporting and assessment process and the production of signatory reporting outputs. Before joining PRI, Elina was leading CDP's rating programme that directly and indirectly contributes to changing behaviour in some of the world's largest corporations, encouraging and facilitating better understanding of risk assessment and management, governance and strategy, emissions and energy management.

Prior to that, she was supporting large international corporations in their climate change data collection and corporate reporting practices.

Elina holds an MA in Social Anthropology from Goldsmiths, University of London, and a BA in Sociology.

Sandra Schoonhoven

Sandra Schoonhoven

Head Sustainability Programmes, Global Sustainability, ING Bank

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Martina Macpherson

Martina Macpherson

Global Head of Sustainability Indices and Product Management, S&P Global

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Shadé Brown

Shadé Brown

Senior Sustainability Analyst, Calvert Investments

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Joanna Gluzman

Joanna Gluzman

Director of SRI engagement, BT PLC

Joanna leads & owns BT’s relationships with Industry Analysts, Consultants and Socially Responsible Investors worldwide. She has been holding senior positions in the industry for over 20 years and has vast experience in all aspect of telecommunications technology, strategy and business development. She has worked and lived in many countries and speaks several languages. She is passionate about sustainability and corporate responsibility issues and one of her areas of responsibilities in BT is to lead all engagements with SRI and ESG analysts, investors and rating agencies.

Derek Haynes

Derek Haynes

Regional Lead United Kingdom, International Integrated Reporting Council

Derek Haynes is the UK Lead for the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), with responsibilities that include developing the UK strand of the <IR> Business Network, developing relationships and providing advice to organizations about the benefits of integrated thinking and Integrated Reporting. He also engages with UK institutions that have an interest in developments in corporate reporting, and with investors, explaining why integrated reports provide valuable insights that enables them to make better informed investment decisions. Derek speaks on these topics at conferences and seminars.

Derek has been seconded to the IIRC from Deloitte, where he is a Director based in London. At Deloitte he specialises in providing advice on International Financial Reporting Standards, UK GAAP and Regulatory Reporting by Insurance Companies.

Sarah Grey

Sarah Grey

Director, The IIRC

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Michael Dickstein

Michael Dickstein

Director of Global Sustainable Development, Heineken

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Phil Bloomer

Phil Bloomer

Executive Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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Katherine Sharp

Katherine Sharp

Sustainability Consultant, KMS consulting

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Sarah Dyson

Sarah Dyson

Director of Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Reporting, GSK

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Adrian Rimmer

Adrian Rimmer

President, Climate Markets & Investment Association

Adrian has a decade of experience across environmental finance and markets. He established ABN AMRO’s Environmental Markets business, then supported renewables and clean tech clients in RBS’ corporate finance team. As CEO of the Gold Standard for five years, Adrian expanded its scope to include greater emphasis on development outcomes such as health along with land-use, water and city programmes and the Fairtrade Carbon standard. In 2015 he joined European Environmental Markets, an advisory and brokerage firm as its CEO. Adrian is the current President of the Climate Markets & Investment Association and a Non-Executive Director of Evora, a sustainability consultancy and software provider.

Sebastien Mandron

Sebastien Mandron

CSR Officer, Worldline

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Charlotte Brierley

Charlotte Brierley

Engagement Manager, SKY

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Mairead Keigher

Mairead Keigher

Advisor, SHIFT

As an Advisor with Shift, Mairead manages our reporting program, overseeing the growth and application of the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework. As part of this initiative, Mairead manages all outreach and training on the Reporting Framework, advises select individual companies on applying the Reporting Framework, helps implement our uptake strategy on the Reporting Framework and continually reviews how the Framework can better achieve its function of catalyzing corporate performance and disclosure on human rights.

Prior to joining Shift, Mairead worked for 19 years in the information and communications technology sector in Europe in both strategic and operational positions. For Microsoft, Mairead was Corporate Affairs Manager in the company’s Legal and Corporate Affairs division, focusing on Central and Eastern Europe. Within this role Mairead coordinated across Microsoft’s 28 subsidiaries to engage with governments and bring a consistent policy and corporate social responsibility strategy to life. She participated on behalf of Microsoft in multistakeholder initiatives on key topics linked to business and human rights. Prior to this role, Mairead worked in marketing for Microsoft, where her key responsibilities included developing and managing engagement programs, training initiatives and marketing campaigns in support of the large network of partners across the Europe-Middle East-Africa (EMEA) region. Throughout her time at Microsoft Mairead held day-to-day responsibility for operational activities including budget and vendor management.

Mairead holds a Master of Arts in International Politics and Economics from the University of Limerick, Ireland and a Master of Laws in Human Rights Law from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland. Mairead is an Irish national.

Joe Jones

Joe Jones

Principal Sustainability Consultant, SustainIt

Joe Jones is a sustainability expert at SustainIt, and has many years of experience talking about data driven systems and strategies to drive cultural change and engagement on CSR throughout the corporate world. SustainIt are a global sustainability, EHS and risk data consultancy based in Bristol and provide expert consultancy to companies like BUPA, HSBC, BAT and Pepsico. You can connect with SustainIt on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.

Simon Henry

Simon Henry

Programme Director, ICROA

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Simon is the Programme Director for ICROA and has over 9 years’ experience in energy and climate change consultancy. In his role he has oversight of all of ICROA’s activities from policy development to communications. Before joining ICROA, he was a Senior Consultant at Pöyry Management Consulting. In this role, his work focused on providing market analysis and commercial advice to a variety of European energy market stakeholders such as utilities, policy makers and regulators. This work included market modelling of European wholesale electricity and carbon prices, providing market and regulatory due diligence for numerous project financing and M&A transactions, and leading a major study for the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) to analyse the alternative uses of biomass in decarbonising industry.

Prior to joining Pöyry, he worked for AEA (now Ricardo Energy & Environment), for both private and public sector clients. Here his work focused on a number of areas including the EU ETS, life cycle assessments and carbon management.

Simon has an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London and a BSc in Geography from the University of Southampton.

Nadia Laine

Nadia Laine

Head of ESG Ratings Products, MSCI

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Nadia Laine is Vice President, Head of ESG Ratings Products for EMEA. Nadia is responsible for new and existing product development on ESG Ratings and Controversies with a particular focus on the EMEA region.

Nadia joined MSCI in 2014. Prior to joining MSCI, Nadia headed the European client services team at ESG research provider EIRIS.

Nadia holds a Masters in Comparative Politics – Nationalism & Ethnicity from the London School of Economics and a BA (Hons) in European Studies from the University of Leeds.

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Leslie Swynghedauw

Associate, MSCI

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Leslie Swynghedauw is an Associate at MSCI ESG Research specialising in the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk and performance analysis of listed equities within the consumer goods sector. Leslie also focuses on the evaluation and eligibility of securities to the Barclays MSCI Green Bond Index.

Prior to joining MSCI, Leslie worked for several years within the ESG research provider, EIRIS, as well as at Amundi Asset Management in the Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) team. Leslie holds a Master degree in Development and Risk Management from Sciences Po Bordeaux.

Kathleen A. Shaver

Kathleen A. Shaver

Director Supply Chain Value Protection, Cisco Systems

Prove the value of having a responsible supply chain as a source of competitive advantage

Kathleen serves as Director of Supply Chain Value Protection for Cisco, the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. In this capacity, Kathleen leads a global team that includes the regulatory compliance, sustainability, ethical sourcing, risk management and security functions for Cisco’s worldwide supply chain. Cisco’s initiative to drive carbon reduction throughout its supply chain won top honors from The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s “Climate Leader Award” for 2016. She also serves the broader electronic and information technology industry as Chair of the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC).

Prior to joining Cisco in 2013, she was Director of Corporate Social Responsibility for Mattel, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of toys and children’s products. In this role, she led social compliance and launched the firm’s sustainable sourcing initiative. Kathleen's prior experience includes extensive environmental and regulatory affairs positions in the private and non-profit sectors including roles serving as President of the Chlorine Institute and Vice President of the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association. Additionally, she has directed environmental compliance and sustainability initiatives for the business units of AlliedSignal and Honeywell.

She has held faculty appointments with major institutions including the University of Maryland and the University of Central Missouri—teaching courses in sustainability, epidemiology and environmental heath policy. In 2011 and 2014, Kathleen served as the expert in residence—lecturing and serving as an advisor to the MBA program in Sustainable Management—at the Presidio Graduate School.

Ms. Shaver has been recognized internationally for her expertise in business continuity planning and ESG public reporting. From 2011-2013, Kathleen represented the business community as a member of the Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) Technical Advisory Committee that developed the GRI G4 Standards. She has also been recognized as a leader in the promotion of public-private sector partnerships to mitigate the impact of infectious disease transmission including pandemic influenza.

Ms. Shaver holds an M.S. (summa cum laude) in environmental health science from the University of Oklahoma School of Public Health and earned her B.A. in interdisciplinary studies from American University’s School of Public Affairs in Washington, DC.

Andy Rayment

Andy Rayment

Risk and Assurance Lead, Procurement, AstraZeneca

Improve transparency and operational standards through supplier collaboration

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Kirstie McIntyre

Kirstie McIntyre

Director, WW Environmental Operations, HP Inc.

Supply chain risk management – embedding technologies to successfully manage risk

Kirstie McIntyre is WW director for HP Inc’s environmental operations. Her remit covers all product and service-related environmental laws and market access agreements on energy efficiency, chemical / material restrictions and end-of-life considerations. Her teams manage takeback and recycling, IT system support for reporting and disclosure and WW product compliance programmes. She liaises with Government, industry associates and peers, supply chain partners as well as business customers and consumers on environmental regulations, recycling and other environmental aspects of HP's products. Kirstie is a passionate advocate of the circular economy and has worked for a number of years in the strategic development of end-of-life programmes for various companies in the electronics sector. She has an engineering doctorate in environmental technology and has published widely on sustainability and supply chain issues.

Ton Van Keken

Ton Van Keken

Senior Vice President of Operations, Interface

Establish long-term sustainable solutions through industry-wide supplier collaboration

As Senior Vice President of Operations, Ton's role is to create and execute Interface's operations strategy across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Key to the role is ensuring excellence across the supply chain, helping Interface establish new and innovative ways of sustainable working through stakeholder collaboration.

David Hammond

David Hammond

CEO, Human Rights at Sea

In-depth Modern Slavery Act workshop – what is the risk to your business of modern slavery in supply chain services?

Human Rights at Sea is an independent maritime human rights charity whose Mission is to explicitly raise awareness, implementation and accountability of human rights provisions throughout the maritime environment, especially where they are currently absent, ignored or being abused. This includes vanguard work throughout the maritime supply chain for matters of Corporate social Responsibility and sustainability involving Business and Human Rights in the maritime environment.

Web: www.humanrightsatsea.org
Email: david.hammond@humanrightsatsea.org

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Jörgen Karlsson

Jörgen Karlsson

Global Program Manager, Responsible Sourcing, Ericsson

Supply chain risk management – embedding technologies to successfully manage risk

Jörgen Karlsson is Ericsson’s Global Program Manager, Responsible Sourcing. Jörgen is based at Ericsson’s head office in Kista, Sweden. Since joining Ericsson in 2008, he has been instrumental in developing the Supplier Code of Conduct audit Program and rolling it out in all Regions and Business units. Jörgen has also developed training courses in the areas of Code of Conduct, Occupational Health and Safety, and Anti-Corruption.

Before joining Ericsson he was a Senior Consultant at a Swedish management consultant firm. Jörgen has an MBA from INSEAD, France, and a M.Sc. degree from Lund University, Sweden. He is an IRCA-certified ISO 9001 Lead Auditor Trainer.

Alison Ward

Alison Ward

CEO, Cotton Connect

Sustainable sourcing roundtables: Managing your impacts on human rights, deforestation, climate change

Alison Ward, CEO - has over 20 years of international experience in sustainability and corporate affairs, shaping system change and translating social impact programmes into commercial value within the FMCG, food, and apparel sectors.

Previously Alison was a Consultant to Mondelez International where she developed the business case to invest $400m into Cocoa Life. Alison’s commitment to sustainable supply chains started during her four years at Cadbury where she was Global Head of Corporate Responsibility and pioneered the first mainstream Fairtrade chocolate bar across six commonwealth markets.

France Bourgouin

Dr France Bourgouin

Head of Responsible Sourcing, Dong Energy

Work better with your suppliers – bridge the gap between sustainability and procurement

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Nick Knightley

Nick Knightley

Category Leader: Food and Farming, Ethical Trade Initiative

How successful supplier partnership collaboration works in practice

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Donna Marshall

Donna Marshall

Professor, UCD School of Business

Create and build a culture mind-shift

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Cornelia Gomez

Cornelia Gomez

Ethical & Sustainability Practice Advisor, AsiaInspection

In-depth Modern Slavery Act workshop – what is the risk to your business of modern slavery in supply chain services?

Cornelia Gomez is an Ethical & Sustainability Practice Advisor at AsiaInspection. She focuses on developing ethical and sustainability programs to help AI’s partner brands and companies secure their global supply chains. Previously, Cornelia worked as a Social Compliance Manager with a leading global retailer headquartered in Hong Kong and France. She was on the board of the ICS (Initiative Clause Sociale) for over two years, and an active participant in various ethical organizations, including the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety and the GSCP (Global Social Compliance Programme) against forced labour.

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Shirley Duncalf

Shirley Duncalf

Head of Sustainability, Bidvest Foodservice

Establish long-term sustainable solutions through industry-wide supplier collaboration

Responsible for driving the sustainability agenda at Bidvest Foodservice, Shirley originally qualified as an environmental health officer (EHO), working for several local authorities before moving into the private sector.

Since joining Bidvest Foodservice at its in-house EHO in 1995, Shirley took on her current role as head of sustainability in 2012. As well as developing strategy and maintaining the company’s Sustainability Coordinator Network, Shirley publishes an annual sustainability report.

Katja Sbikowski

Katja Sbikowski

Head of Responsible Procurement, Formerly at Novartis

Build business relationships - what do the procurement teams think of integrating sustainability into their business

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Tony Roy

Tony Roy

Senior Procurement Manager, BT plc

Build business relationships - what do the procurement teams think of integrating sustainability into their business

Tony Roy joined BT plc in 2015, as a Senior Manager in the Group Procurement Risk, Policy & Governance Team. His focus will be on Supplier Excellence through sustainable means. Tony is spearheading a number of innovative sustainability tools throughout the supplier base.

Prior to BT, Tony worked in a number of multi-national organisations such as KPMG, GEC Alsthom, NBC Universal, and GE Capital, where he led their global EH&S strategy with suppliers.

He has an MBA in International Project Management from Liverpool Business School, and a degree in Electrical Engineering from NIT, India. He is also a qualified Lead Auditor for the ISO 9001 and ISO14001 standards.

Subathra Vaidhiyanathan

Subathra Vaidhiyanathan

Senior CSR Manager, New Look Retailers

Create and build a culture mind-shift

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Charles Dickinson

Charles Dickinson

Environmental Sustainability Controller, Primark

Sustainable sourcing roundtables: Managing your impacts on human rights, deforestation, climate change

Charles Dickinson is Environmental Sustainability Controller for Primark, with over 20 years’ experience embedding sustainability and environmental strategies within global apparel and footwear brands. Charles joined Primark in June 2015, and is responsible for leading the fashion retailer’s sustainability initiatives across its UK and international supply chain.

As an expanding international business Primark has been working quietly behind the scenes to minimise the environmental impact of its stores and logistics operations, from reducing energy to reusing the paper and cardboard from its stores to make Primark’s famous brown bags.

r of the Ethical Trading Initiative since 2006, and achieved ETI Leadership in 2011; ranking it in the top 5% of member brands. As a Board Member of Zero Discharge (ZDHC), Charles represents Primark and plays a central role in leading 22 global brands towards zero discharge of certain chemicals by 2020.

career at C&A, one of the largest fashion retailers in the world. During his 29 year career at the brand, Charles spearheaded C&A’s Global Reporting Initiative certification. Prior to joining Primark, Charles was Senior Vice President, Head of Global Quality Management & Sustainability for Esprit, where he developed and implemented the retailer’s global sustainability strategy. http://www.primark.com/en/our-ethics

Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson

Director, String3

Supply chain risk management – embedding technologies to successfully manage risk

Tim Wilson is Director and founder of Historic Futures Limited (HF) – world leaders in the design and development of solutions to allow monitoring and control of materials and products in global value-chains. Tim has more than 15 years practical experience of working with some of the largest brands, retailers and labelling organisations to deliver supply-chain mapping, product risk monitoring and product integrity reporting. HF recently launched their innovative String3 service (getstring3.com) – and are technology partners with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).

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Lene Wendland

Lene Wendland

Senior Advisor and Manager, Business & Human Rights, OHCHR

In-depth Modern Slavery Act workshop – what is the risk to your business of modern slavery in supply chain services?

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Anita Neville

Anita Neville

Vice President of Corporate Communications and Sustainability Relations, Golden Agri-Resources

Sustainable sourcing roundtables: Managing your impacts on human rights, deforestation, climate change

Anita Neville is Golden Agri-Resources (GAR)'s Vice President of Corporate Communications and Sustainability Relations. Splitting her time between Jakarta and Singapore, Anita is responsible for ensuring that GAR's sustainability strategy listens to and engages with GAR's suppliers and industry stakeholders. She believes that the rate of change underway in the palm oil industry is unprecedented, but that the key to continued success will be to take the conversation out of the boardroom and into the palm plantation. She advocates a people-led approach focused on farming, palm oil's role as a food and the families that grow it.

Anita joined Golden Agri-Resources in 2016 from ten years with the Rainforest Alliance, an international non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of tropical forests. Neville led the design and implementation of the first global marketing strategy for the Rainforest Alliance's certification and verification services and served as representative for the Australia and Oceania region. She is a Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) auditor, specialising in the social aspects of the respected forestry standard. Prior to the Rainforest Alliance, Neville was the Director of Communications for E3G, a European-focused environmental politics think tank specialising in climate diplomacy and energy policy. She began her career in her native Australia before taking up a position with WWF UK, rising to Head of Advocacy where she worked to secure the HSBC Investing in Nature partnership, work that continues to this day in the form of the HSBC Water Programme.

As a food business, Golden Agri-Resources produces more than 30 consumer brands, manages approximately 15% of the global supply of palm oil, and is the world's second largest grower, producing more than 10 million tons of palm fruit every year from across Indonesia

Purvi Shah

Purvi Shah

Product Integrity Manager, The De Beers Group of Companies

Diamond and Jewellery Industry Case Study: Raising industry standards though a successful supply chain management programme

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Delf Bintakies

Delf Bintakies

Head of Procurement Risk and Sustainability, Bayer

Work better with your suppliers - bridge the gap between sustainability and procurement

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Roel Nieuwenkamp

Chair, OECD Working Party Responsible Business Conduct

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Kaitlin Crouch

Kaitlin Crouch

Senior Sustainability Consultant, ING

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Oliver Hurrey

Oliver Hurrey

Executive Director, 2degrees

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Charlene Collison

Charlene Collison

Head of Futures, Forum for the Future

Charlene leads Forum’s work in futures and collaborative change to address complex systemic challenges. She combines expertise in futures methodology and practice with a track record in organisational change and leadership. She is the project lead for Cotton 2040, a cross-industry collaborative project integrating and accelerating efforts for a systemic shift towards sustainability in the cotton industry.

Charlene has led a number of multi-stakeholder initiatives, and drives Forum’s learning and thought-leadership in the process of futures and collaborative systems change for a sustainable future.

Read more on https://uk.linkedin.com/in/charlene-collison-75aa8224

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Dexter Galvin

Head of CDP's supply chain program, CDP

Dexter runs CDP’s Supply Chain program to enable major multinationals and governments to achieve sustainable supply chains, influencing over US$2 trillion in annual procurement spend. Dexter's supply chain experience is extensive having worked in time-critical logistics prior to joining CDP in 2008 and providing tailored logistics solutions to automotive and aerospace manufacturers such as Toyota, Audi, Bosch and Honeywell. Passionate about harmonizing reporting standards, he has lead on driving standardization in environmental reporting. In 2013 he launched a major new initiative called Action Exchange that will help suppliers around the world to rapidly reduce emissions. Dexter has also expanded CDP’s supply chain program, into other environmental areas like water and deforestation.

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Duncan Williamson

Food Policy Manger, WWF UK

Duncan works as the Food Policy Manger for WWF UK. He has been in post for over 7 years and oversees WWF UK’s food work. He developed on-going Livewell project, which demonstrates that a healthy diet can be sustainable. He is leading the WWF Networks position on sustainable diets and is one the steering group for their work on the post 2015 agenda, leading food related engagement in the process. Duncan is coordinating the work on sustainable food security for WWF.

He has worked with a variety of companies in the food sector such as Alpro, IKEA, Waitrose, Tesco, Nestle and Sodexo.

He is on the advisory group for the Food and Climate Research Network, Bioversity International’s sustainable diets metrics project, the UNEP/FAO AgriFood task force and the Milan Protocol and helped set up and is a director at Eating Better.

Duncan has a BA in Philosophy and an MSC in Sustainable environmental management. He has been working in the field of sustainable systems for 20 years. His work has led to him living and running projects in Greece, Thailand and on the Galapagos Islands.

Chris Ireland

Chris Ireland

UK Chief Executive Officer, JLL

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Chris Ireland is Chief Executive of the UK business of JLL, with over 2,500 employees based in 24 offices throughout the UK. JLL provide national property expertise on all aspects of Commercial and Residential property. Chris joined JLL in 2011 following the merger with King Sturge where he held the position of Joint Senior Partner.

Eric Hespenheide

Eric Hespenheide

Interim Chief Executive, GRI

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Filippo Bettini

Filippo Bettini

Chief Sustainability and Risk Governance Officer, Pirelli

Increase engagement with your stakeholder groups

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Erik Nooteboom

Erik Nooteboom

Acting Director of Investment and Company reporting, European Commission

Fine tune your regulatory risk-radar: An evaluation of the latest regulations and how to go beyond compliance to create positive impacts

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Hilary Parsons

Hilary Parsons

Assistant Vice President, Head of Creating Shared Value Engagement, Nestle

Materiality: What’s next?

Hilary is Senior Manager in the Nestlé global Public Affairs Department based at the company headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland. She joined Nestle in 1990 in the UK working first for the Nestle Rowntree confectionery business before being promoted to Head of Corporate Affairs for Nestlé UK.

She transferred to the global Head Office in October 2007 where she is responsible for supply chain and commodity issues management. She also has major responsibilities in reporting and is responsible for the Nestlé Creating Shared Value Report (on line). She also coordinated production of the revised Nestlé Corporate Business Principles.

Hilary is a Board Director of the International Cocoa Initiative (ICI) which tackles Child Labour in Cocoa and has also been elected a member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Stakeholder Council.

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Lisa Basford

Lisa Basford

Head of Corporate Responsibility, InterContinental Hotel Group

STOP REPORTING! (for reporting’s sake) – Learn how to align reporting to strategy

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Bianca Shead

Bianca Shead

Sustainable Development, advocacy and policy manager, SAB Miller

Panel Discussion – Align The Sustainable Development Goals with your Corporate Responsibility Reporting

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Heather Johnson

Heather Johnson

Vice President, Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships, Ericsson

Panel Discussion – Align The Sustainable Development Goals with your Corporate Responsibility Reporting

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Rowland Hill

Rowland Hill

Head of SD Reporting, Marks and Spencer

Leverage data to create meaningful and engaging content

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Dr Monica Streck

Dr Monica Streck

Director of Strategic Sustainability Management, Munich Airport

Interactive SDG Materiality Workshop

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Adam Garfunkel

Adam Garfunkel

Director, Junxion Strategy

Create a successful report communication strategy

An experienced sustainability consultant and writer, Adam has spent over a quarter of a century helping organisations plan and deliver effective strategies and communications to further social and environmental goals.

Adam is MD of Junxion Strategy, an international consultancy that integrates strategy, branding and reporting, serving clients committed to social conscience, environmental conservation and sound financial performance. Junxion's clients include major international companies such as the adidas Group and Nordea, NGOs like Ecotrust, Greenpeace and Reconciliation Canada, and a long list of entrepreneurial social ventures. From offices in Vancouver, Canada and London, UK, Junxion works with clients on four continents.

Adam is Chair of Governors at his local primary school and has been a trustee of the award-winning Jacksons Lane arts centre since 2008. He is a B Corp Ambassador, passionately advocating for better business that holds to the principles of accountability, performance and transparency.

Christopher Hodgson

Christopher Hodgson

Environment and Sustainability Head, CapGemini

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Justin Bazalgette

Justin Bazalgette

Head of Environmental Efficiency, Belron International

Breaking down Silos: Learn how to become a change manager

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Hester Yorgay

Hester Yorgay

Director of Corporate Responsibility & Site Optimization, Ecova

Leverage data to create meaningful and engaging content

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Letitai Weeks

Letitia Weeks

Reporting Manager, De Beers

The Reporting X-Factor

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Camilla Ohlsson

Camilla Ohlsson

Strategic Communicator, IKEA Group

STOP REPORTING! (for reporting’s sake) – Learn how to align reporting to strategy

Camilla is responsible for the IKEA Group Sustainability Report and sustainability related communication, focusing on climate and energy. With a background in international development, Camilla is passionate about people, words and sustainability. Camilla has a masters degree in Agricultural Economics and Business Administration from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

To discover more information about sustainability at IKEA Group visit http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_GB/about-the-ikea-group/people-and-planet/index.html or read the IKEA Group Sustainability Report at http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_US/img/ad_content/2015_IKEA_sustainability_report.pdf

Michael Goebbels

Michael Goebbels

Director of Corporate Responsibility Strategy & Reporting, Metro Group

Materiality: What’s next?

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Anne-Marie Williams

Anne-Marie Williams

Senior Analyst and Engagement Officer, ShareAction

Generate consistency between data providers, investors and company stakeholders

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Fiona Pelham

Fiona Pelham

Managing Director, Positive Impact

Breaking down Silos: Learn how to become a change manager

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Erinch Sahan

Erinch Sahan

Head of Private Sector Team (acting), Oxfam GB

The House Believes that “Sustainability reporting is meeting the needs of key audiences”

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Manon Welter

Manon Welter

AVP, Citizenship and Reputation, Barclays

Use Sustainability messages to Engage Millennials

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Svetlana Nikolaenko

Svetlana Nikolaenko

AVP, Citizenship and Reputation, Barclays

Use Sustainability messages to Engage Millennials

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Jonny McCaig

Jonny McCaig

Global Director of Issues and Reporting, Unilever

The Future Trends of Reporting

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Justine Harris

Justine Harris

Head of Corporate Transparency, Vodafone Group

Trust Barometer – How to create a brand that your stakeholders will trust

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Kumi Naidoo

Kumi Naidoo

Executive Director, GreenPeace (TBC)

The House Believes that “Sustainability reporting is meeting the needs of key audiences”

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Rachel Barton

Rachel Barton

Engagement Manager, Sky

Demand more from Digital: Create a strategy that leverages digital platforms

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Andrew Mason

Andrew Mason

Responsible Investment Analyst, Standard Life Investments

Andrew has over ten years of experience in sustainable finance and is head of engagement with investee companies on environmental and social issues at Standard Life Investments. Andrew's remit is to identify and lead the team's engagement with investee companies across all asset classes on sustainability issues . Andrew has a master's degree in Social Policy from the University of Edinburgh and a post graduate diploma in Sustainable Business from the University of Cambridge.

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Timothy P. Dunn, CFA

Timothy P. Dunn, CFA

Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Terra Alpha Investments LLC

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Tim has over 25 years of experience as an investment professional. Previously, he was a Senior Vice President at Capital Research which manages $1.3 Trillion in investment funds. At Capital, Tim was one of the lead managers of Capital's largest and most successful funds including Growth Fund of America, Capital World Growth and Income Fund, and EuroPacific Growth Fund. Previously, Tim was an equity analyst covering a diverse range of global sectors from consumer products to electrical equipment. Additionally, Tim served on many organizing committees at Capital and oversaw the firm's global research cluster teams.

He has worked as an advisor to CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, on strategic planning and organizational effectiveness. Tim has served as a Trustee of the Virginia Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, which overall is the leading investor in natural capital.

He holds a BA in International Relations from The College of William & Mary and a MBA in Finance from Northeastern University.

Luke Graham

Luke Graham

Director of Finance, Britain Stronger in Europe

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Elina Rolfe

Elina Rolfe

Senior Manager, Reporting and Assessment, PRI

Currently managing PRI's reporting and assessment process and the production of signatory reporting outputs. Before joining PRI, Elina was leading CDP's rating programme that directly and indirectly contributes to changing behaviour in some of the world's largest corporations, encouraging and facilitating better understanding of risk assessment and management, governance and strategy, emissions and energy management.

Prior to that, she was supporting large international corporations in their climate change data collection and corporate reporting practices.

Elina holds an MA in Social Anthropology from Goldsmiths, University of London, and a BA in Sociology.

Sandra Schoonhoven

Sandra Schoonhoven

Head Sustainability Programmes, Global Sustainability, ING Bank

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Martina Macpherson

Martina Macpherson

Global Head of Sustainability Indices and Product Management, S&P Global

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Shadé Brown

Shadé Brown

Senior Sustainability Analyst, Calvert Investments

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Joanna Gluzman

Joanna Gluzman

Director of SRI engagement, BT PLC

Joanna leads & owns BT’s relationships with Industry Analysts, Consultants and Socially Responsible Investors worldwide. She has been holding senior positions in the industry for over 20 years and has vast experience in all aspect of telecommunications technology, strategy and business development. She has worked and lived in many countries and speaks several languages. She is passionate about sustainability and corporate responsibility issues and one of her areas of responsibilities in BT is to lead all engagements with SRI and ESG analysts, investors and rating agencies.

Derek Haynes

Derek Haynes

Regional Lead United Kingdom, International Integrated Reporting Council

Derek Haynes is the UK Lead for the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), with responsibilities that include developing the UK strand of the <IR> Business Network, developing relationships and providing advice to organizations about the benefits of integrated thinking and Integrated Reporting. He also engages with UK institutions that have an interest in developments in corporate reporting, and with investors, explaining why integrated reports provide valuable insights that enables them to make better informed investment decisions. Derek speaks on these topics at conferences and seminars.

Derek has been seconded to the IIRC from Deloitte, where he is a Director based in London. At Deloitte he specialises in providing advice on International Financial Reporting Standards, UK GAAP and Regulatory Reporting by Insurance Companies.

Sarah Grey

Sarah Grey

Director, The IIRC

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Michael Dickstein

Michael Dickstein

Director of Global Sustainable Development, Heineken

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Phil Bloomer

Phil Bloomer

Executive Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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Katherine Sharp

Katherine Sharp

Sustainability Consultant, KMS consulting

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Sarah Dyson

Sarah Dyson

Director of Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Reporting, GSK

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Adrian Rimmer

Adrian Rimmer

President, Climate Markets & Investment Association

Adrian has a decade of experience across environmental finance and markets. He established ABN AMRO’s Environmental Markets business, then supported renewables and clean tech clients in RBS’ corporate finance team. As CEO of the Gold Standard for five years, Adrian expanded its scope to include greater emphasis on development outcomes such as health along with land-use, water and city programmes and the Fairtrade Carbon standard. In 2015 he joined European Environmental Markets, an advisory and brokerage firm as its CEO. Adrian is the current President of the Climate Markets & Investment Association and a Non-Executive Director of Evora, a sustainability consultancy and software provider.

Sebastien Mandron

Sebastien Mandron

CSR Officer, Worldline

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Charlotte Brierley

Charlotte Brierley

Engagement Manager, SKY

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Mairead Keigher

Mairead Keigher

Advisor, SHIFT

As an Advisor with Shift, Mairead manages our reporting program, overseeing the growth and application of the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework. As part of this initiative, Mairead manages all outreach and training on the Reporting Framework, advises select individual companies on applying the Reporting Framework, helps implement our uptake strategy on the Reporting Framework and continually reviews how the Framework can better achieve its function of catalyzing corporate performance and disclosure on human rights.

Prior to joining Shift, Mairead worked for 19 years in the information and communications technology sector in Europe in both strategic and operational positions. For Microsoft, Mairead was Corporate Affairs Manager in the company’s Legal and Corporate Affairs division, focusing on Central and Eastern Europe. Within this role Mairead coordinated across Microsoft’s 28 subsidiaries to engage with governments and bring a consistent policy and corporate social responsibility strategy to life. She participated on behalf of Microsoft in multistakeholder initiatives on key topics linked to business and human rights. Prior to this role, Mairead worked in marketing for Microsoft, where her key responsibilities included developing and managing engagement programs, training initiatives and marketing campaigns in support of the large network of partners across the Europe-Middle East-Africa (EMEA) region. Throughout her time at Microsoft Mairead held day-to-day responsibility for operational activities including budget and vendor management.

Mairead holds a Master of Arts in International Politics and Economics from the University of Limerick, Ireland and a Master of Laws in Human Rights Law from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland. Mairead is an Irish national.

Joe Jones

Joe Jones

Principal Sustainability Consultant, SustainIt

Joe Jones is a sustainability expert at SustainIt, and has many years of experience talking about data driven systems and strategies to drive cultural change and engagement on CSR throughout the corporate world. SustainIt are a global sustainability, EHS and risk data consultancy based in Bristol and provide expert consultancy to companies like BUPA, HSBC, BAT and Pepsico. You can connect with SustainIt on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.

Simon Henry

Simon Henry

Programme Director, ICROA

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Simon is the Programme Director for ICROA and has over 9 years’ experience in energy and climate change consultancy. In his role he has oversight of all of ICROA’s activities from policy development to communications. Before joining ICROA, he was a Senior Consultant at Pöyry Management Consulting. In this role, his work focused on providing market analysis and commercial advice to a variety of European energy market stakeholders such as utilities, policy makers and regulators. This work included market modelling of European wholesale electricity and carbon prices, providing market and regulatory due diligence for numerous project financing and M&A transactions, and leading a major study for the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) to analyse the alternative uses of biomass in decarbonising industry.

Prior to joining Pöyry, he worked for AEA (now Ricardo Energy & Environment), for both private and public sector clients. Here his work focused on a number of areas including the EU ETS, life cycle assessments and carbon management.

Simon has an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London and a BSc in Geography from the University of Southampton.

Nadia Laine

Nadia Laine

Head of ESG Ratings Products, MSCI

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Nadia Laine is Vice President, Head of ESG Ratings Products for EMEA. Nadia is responsible for new and existing product development on ESG Ratings and Controversies with a particular focus on the EMEA region.

Nadia joined MSCI in 2014. Prior to joining MSCI, Nadia headed the European client services team at ESG research provider EIRIS.

Nadia holds a Masters in Comparative Politics – Nationalism & Ethnicity from the London School of Economics and a BA (Hons) in European Studies from the University of Leeds.

Leslie Swynghedauw

Leslie Swynghedauw

Associate, MSCI

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Leslie Swynghedauw is an Associate at MSCI ESG Research specialising in the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk and performance analysis of listed equities within the consumer goods sector. Leslie also focuses on the evaluation and eligibility of securities to the Barclays MSCI Green Bond Index.

Prior to joining MSCI, Leslie worked for several years within the ESG research provider, EIRIS, as well as at Amundi Asset Management in the Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) team. Leslie holds a Master degree in Development and Risk Management from Sciences Po Bordeaux.

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