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Conference Agenda

09:10 AM
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10:00 AM
CLIMATE ACTION
Future City Keynote: Building the connected, clean and inclusive city

Urban cities aren't fit for purpose. Pollution, waste, traffic, social immobility and outdated technologies are just some of the critical issues that cities across the States face. Hear how local Governments, cities and companies are working together to build a city that’s fit for the future – for both the environment and society.

The Trust for Public Land Breece Robertson Vice President and Director of Planning and GIS The Trust for Public Land

City of San Diego Cody Hooven Chief Sustainability Officer City of San Diego

University of San Diego School of Law Scott J. Anders Director, Energy Policy Initiatives Center University of San Diego School of Law

City of San Jose Kerrie Romanow Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) and Director of the Environmental Services Department City of San Jose

Moderator: forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

10:00 AM
-
10:45 AM
DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Reputation Keynote: Lessons learnt from Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and beyond

Customer trust matters. The scalability to data harvest, impact personal privacy and sell customer data since the Facebook/ Cambridge Analytica investigation is a very real threat. This keynote explores business responsibility to use data ethically, why trust matters and how to contract for the services you want to ensure reputation stays intact.

Forgerock Steve White Chief Security Officer Forgerock

Microsoft Ken Malcolmson Chief Security Advisor Microsoft

Moderator: Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

10:45 AM
-
11:15 AM
Coffee
11:15 AM
-
11:30 AM
CLIMATE ACTION
Cleantech banking keynote: How To Think About the Next Three Critical Years

macquarie Bill Green Climate & Sustainability Veteran, CEO Macquarie Infrastructure Company, Renewable Energy Holdings

11:30 AM
-
12:30 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Climate Keynote: Leveraging technology, innovation and investment to transition to a low-carbon economy

To meet the 2-Degree target requires ambitious investments and innovations in new technologies. Hear about the latest technologies that are accelerating the move to a low-carbon economy. Discover where investors are looking to help accelerate this change

i-Health Wes Parris President and CEO i-Health

Sierra Club Chris Thomas Chief Innovation Officer Sierra Club

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Nancy Sutley Chief Sustainability Officer Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Rainforest Action Network Lindsey Allen Executive Director Rainforest Action Network

Moderator: The Climate Link Ravi Mikkelsen CEO ClimateLink

12:30 PM
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1:15 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Impact Keynote: Ambitious collaborations to deliver large-scale social impacts

To create long term social impact, businesses must work together on the difficult common issues. Only then will their operations and industry deliver truly responsible and positive impacts. Hear how to drive transformational change for society through ambitious collaboration with Government, NGOs and competitors.

CECP Mark Tulay Program Director, Strategic Investor Initiative CECP

Barrick Gold Jon Drimmer Chief Compliance Officer, Deputy General Counsel Barrick Gold

Moderator: forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

1:15 PM
-
2:30 PM
Lunch
2:30 PM
-
4:00 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Workshop: Fully Circular Models – New thinking, New innovations, New systems

With the increasing pressure on resources, the strain on land use and damaging impacts of waste – such as plastic – there’s increasing expectations on businesses to move from linear models to circular models. This requires a whole shift in thinking from R&D, procurement, marketing and operations. This interactive workshop session will present ideas on how companies can bring more circular thinking on key issues which are impacting the environment.

MER Group Lawrence Kahn General Counsel MER Group

WRI Eliot Metzger Senior Associate WRI

AeroFarms Alina Zolotareva Senior Marketing Manager AeroFarms

Amcor David Clark VP, Sustainability Amcor

AeroFarms Jennifer Ronk Sustainability & Advocacy Manager, NA Packaging & Specialty Plastics Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics

Ocean Conservancy Eric DesRoberts Manager Ocean Conservancy

2:30 PM
-
4:00 PM
Chatham House Privacy workshop

In this Chatham House workshop, we take a deep dive into three key challenging privacy issues through scenario building exercises. The closed-door format will encourage debate, ideas sharing and practical ways to move the industry forward through interactive roundtables.

Key roundtable points include how to: 

  • Build a privacy led business model
  • Discover new revenue streams for customer data monetization
  • Use privacy for competitive advantage

Atlassian Erika Fisher Head of Privacy Atlassian

Blitzmetrics Dennis Yu Chief Technology Officer Blitzmetrics

Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

Moderator: University of San Diego School of Business Priya Kannan-Narasimhan, Ph.D Associate Professor, Management University of San Diego School of Business

4:00 PM
-
4:30 PM
Coffee
4:30 PM
-
4:50 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Natura case study: The quest to become carbon neutral

In 2007, Natura launched the Carbon Neutral Program. Through a step approach – inventory, reduction and offsetting – hear how Natura is engaging the supply chain and business to seek initiatives that generate social and environmental impact beyond GHG issue.

Natura Andreza Souza Senior Sustainability Coordinator Natura

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd MD Ethical Corporation

4:50 PM
-
5:10 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
The 2020 problem: What are we going to do about missed targets?

Companies across the globe have set ambitious social and environmental 2020 targets. However, it appears that companies are going to miss some of their targets. In this pragmatic session we will provide ideas on what businesses can and should do to improve their impacts. How can technology accelerate impacts? This session will provoke innovative thinking so that you can head back to your office with ideas and ways to work together to improve your impacts

Greenpeace USA Rolf Skar Campaigns Director Greenpeace USA

Moderator Future 500 Brendon Steele Director of Stakeholder Engagement Future 500

5:10 PM
-
5:30 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Blockchain – The sustainable sourcing silver-bullet?

For a couple of years Blockchain has been widely touted as the solution to ensuring fully transparent and traceable supply chains. However, the majority of companies are still trying to understand its potential impacts on their supply chain. Hear from innovative companies that are trialing this new technology and understand how it could help your business.

UN Global Compact Rosedel Davies-Adewebi Senior Manager, Innovation UN Global Compact

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

5:30 PM
-
5:50 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Technology solutions for the future labor market

“Excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake” – Elon Musk. What are businesses doing today to ensure the right mix of robots and human capital to ensure a fair workforce? Learn what technology solutions exist to help mitigate risks and maximize opportunities related to the expected disruptions of the labor market. Understand how business can upskill the workforce & the evolution of education to deliver workers fit for the digital future

Hackerbay Christian Georg Strobl CEO Hackerbay

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

5:50 PM
-
6:10 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Digital and social inclusion – the responsibility of Silicon Valley

The skewed wealth distribution is highly visible in and around California. From Silicon Valley to The Bay Area and Greater LA to Central Valley there is growing social inequality. In this frank and practical discussion leading corporate practitioners will share how they are trying to address these issues through; education and skills for youth, wellness, resilient communities and using data for good.

Verlocal Luis F. Gil Chief Executive Officer Verlocal

IBM Jamie Lawrence Corporate Citizenship Manager IBM

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd MD Ethical Corporation

4:30 PM
-
5:30 PM
Chatham House Fake News and Transparency workshop

In this Chatham House workshop, we take a deep dive into three key challenging transparency and fake news issues through scenario building exercises. The closed-door format will encourage debate, ideas sharing and practical ways to move the industry forward through interactive roundtables.

Key roundtable points include how to:

  • Lead the way in processing data mapping to improve transparency
  • Ensure policy enables free speech but tackles Fake News, accountability and extreme content

Limelight Health Alan Leard Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder Limelight Health

Compassionate Technologies Olivia Jeffers CEO Compassionate Technologies

Relativity6 Sam Breen Chief Compliance Officer Relativity6

Moderator: University of San Diego School of Business Priya Kannan-Narasimhan, Ph.D Associate Professor, Management University of San Diego School of Business

6:10 PM
Networking Drinks
09:05 AM
-
09:35 AM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Diversity and Inclusion Keynote: Empower D&I for future leadership and success

Now more than ever the issue of diversity and inclusion is paramount. The majority of large companies have a diversity program, but are they making an impact? Unfortunately, 76% tech jobs are still held by men. What lessons can Silicon Valley firms learn from other sectors? Can veterans and military spouses be a solution? Learn how to walk the talk and approach the diversity challenge with solid plans to build a pipeline, show the benefits of this approach and demonstrate leadership

Gender Spectrum Lisa Kenney Executive Director Gender Spectrum

ManpowerGroup Christopher Rowland Global Diversity Officer ManpowerGroup

Moderator: Lead with the Lights On Zeb Severson Founder Lead with the Lights On

09:35 AM
-
10:05 AM
DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Progressive leadership Keynote: The need for leadership on free speech and responsible content online

What obligations should companies fulfil for the benefit of society? Should companies be policing free speech? This keynote explores brands that are leading the way on curating responsible online content with democratic free speech principles in mind.

ModSquad Mike Pinkerton Chief Operating Officer ModSquad

Modsquad Steve Zelinger Member of Board of Directors

Moderator: Compassionate Technologies Olivia Jeffers CEO Compassionate Technologies

10:05 AM
-
10:35 AM
DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
New Models Keynote: Privacy over Profits?

The ethics and social responsibility of informational technology and IT risk is being called into question. Maximizing profits over privacy is no longer good enough. What steps should the information security industry take to move beyond detection and instead prevent privacy risks once and for all? Hear about innovative privacy-based models that exist to ensure profitability in the long term.

Black Rifle Coffee Conan Higgins General Counsel Black Rifle Coffee

Varo Money Marc Loewenthal Chief Compliance and Risk Officer Varo Money

Moderator: Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

10:35 AM
-
11:00 AM
Coffee
11:00 AM
-
12:30 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Workshop: Climate action in supply chains: Cascade targets and build climate-resilience

For the majority of businesses, the supply chain is where they can have the largest impacts on climate change and greatest risks to business occur. Build climate resilience by:

  • Creating Science-Based Targets across Scope 1, 2 and 3 of the business
  • Engage with suppliers to adopt responsibilities and actions
  • Collaborate across industries to accelerate impacts
  • Source technology that helps identify areas of your supply chain that are at the greatest risk to climate impacts

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

TRANSWESTERN John Gledhill Senior Vice President, Sustainability Transaction Services TRANSWESTERN

Caesers Entertainment Gwen Migita Social Impact & Inclusion Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer Caesars Entertainment

AMD Susan Moore Vice President Government Affairs & Corporate Responsibility AMD

EcoVadis Celia Landesberg Regional Manager – Business Development EcoVadis

12:30 PM
-
1:30 PM
WBCSD partnership workshop: Integrating the SDGs into corporate strategy and reporting

This interactive breakout session convened by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) will explore the implications of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for business, highlight emerging best practice in terms of strategic integration and reporting, and provide a forum for discussion on how to scale up efforts to align with this crucial global agenda.

WBCSD James Gomme Director, Sustainable Development Goals WBCSD

Natura Andreza Souza Senior Sustainability Coordinator Natura

Futerra Henry Hicks Executie Creative Director Futerra

11:00 AM
-
1:00 PM
Chatham House Consumer agreements workshop

Online contracts, license agreements, terms of service, privacy policies and other agreements – how consumer friendly are these? This open debate explores what it means to be ethical when it comes to data policy. As is stands, current user agreements are long and confusing leading to them being poorly understood by consumers and create a myriad of open-ended possibilities to share data. Learn how to take a braver approach to stating policies and principles clearly at the time of the customer’s decision making.

Digicert Mike Johnson General Counsel Digicert

Qubit Jack Carvel General Counsel Qubit

Tala Robert Irwin General Counsel Tala

Google Patrick Gage Kelley Security & Privacy User Experience Researcher Google

Moderator: University of San Diego School of Business Priya Kannan-Narasimhan, Ph.D Associate Professor, Management University of San Diego School of Business

1:30 PM
-
2:30 PM
Lunch
2:30 PM
-
3:15 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Systems that prove social purpose delivers 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 pragmatic examples on how to quantify social impact that resonates across the business.

World Economic Forum Rodrigo Arias Global Leadership Fellow World Economic Forum

Gap Inc. Sasha Radovich Director Gap Inc.'s P.A.C.E. (Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement)

Classy Pat Walsh Co-founder and Chief Impact Officer Classy

World Economic Forum Karen Henken Professor of Practice, Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Kroc School, University of San Diego

3:15 PM
-
4:30 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Workshop: Communicate social impact successes to different key stakeholder groups

There isn't a "one size fits all" approach. You’ve achieved the desired impacts, now what is the best way to communicate these results to build trust and reputation among your customers, investors, NGOs, suppliers and international media.

Comerica Scott Beckerman Senior Vice President & Director of Corporate Sustainability Comerica

Shire Elaine Salewske Responsibility Lead, Corporate Affairs Shire

Family Independence Initiative Samer Masry Chief Technology Officer Family Independence Initiative

Domtar Paige Goff Vice President of Sustainability and Business Communications Domtar

Participant Media Amanda Chen Senior Director of Social Impact Participant Media

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd MD Ethical Corporation

09:10 AM
-
10:00 AM
CLIMATE ACTION
Future City Keynote: Building the connected, clean and inclusive city

Urban cities aren't fit for purpose. Pollution, waste, traffic, social immobility and outdated technologies are just some of the critical issues that cities across the States face. Hear how local Governments, cities and companies are working together to build a city that’s fit for the future – for both the environment and society.

The Trust for Public Land Breece Robertson Vice President and Director of Planning and GIS The Trust for Public Land

City of San Diego Cody Hooven Chief Sustainability Officer City of San Diego

University of San Diego School of Law Scott J. Anders Director, Energy Policy Initiatives Center University of San Diego School of Law

City of San Jose Kerrie Romanow Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) and Director of the Environmental Services Department City of San Jose

Moderator: forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

10:00 AM
-
10:45 AM
DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Reputation Keynote: Lessons learnt from Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and beyond

Customer trust matters. The scalability to data harvest, impact personal privacy and sell customer data since the Facebook/ Cambridge Analytica investigation is a very real threat. This keynote explores business responsibility to use data ethically, why trust matters and how to contract for the services you want to ensure reputation stays intact.

Forgerock Steve White Chief Security Officer Forgerock

Microsoft Ken Malcolmson Chief Security Advisor Microsoft

Moderator: Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

10:45 AM
-
11:15 AM
Coffee
11:15 AM
-
11:30 AM
CLIMATE ACTION
Cleantech banking keynote: How To Think About the Next Three Critical Years

macquarie Bill Green Climate & Sustainability Veteran, CEO Macquarie Infrastructure Company, Renewable Energy Holdings

11:30 AM
-
12:30 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Climate Keynote: Leveraging technology, innovation and investment to transition to a low-carbon economy

To meet the 2-Degree target requires ambitious investments and innovations in new technologies. Hear about the latest technologies that are accelerating the move to a low-carbon economy. Discover where investors are looking to help accelerate this change

i-Health Wes Parris President and CEO i-Health

Sierra Club Chris Thomas Chief Innovation Officer Sierra Club

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Nancy Sutley Chief Sustainability Officer Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Rainforest Action Network Lindsey Allen Executive Director Rainforest Action Network

Moderator: The Climate Link Ravi Mikkelsen CEO ClimateLink

12:30 PM
-
1:15 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Impact Keynote: Ambitious collaborations to deliver large-scale social impacts

To create long term social impact, businesses must work together on the difficult common issues. Only then will their operations and industry deliver truly responsible and positive impacts. Hear how to drive transformational change for society through ambitious collaboration with Government, NGOs and competitors.

CECP Mark Tulay Program Director, Strategic Investor Initiative CECP

Barrick Gold Jon Drimmer Chief Compliance Officer, Deputy General Counsel Barrick Gold

Moderator: forbes Susan McPherson Contributor Forbes

1:15 PM
-
2:30 PM
Lunch
2:30 PM
-
4:00 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Workshop: Fully Circular Models – New thinking, New innovations, New systems

With the increasing pressure on resources, the strain on land use and damaging impacts of waste – such as plastic – there’s increasing expectations on businesses to move from linear models to circular models. This requires a whole shift in thinking from R&D, procurement, marketing and operations. This interactive workshop session will present ideas on how companies can bring more circular thinking on key issues which are impacting the environment.

MER Group Lawrence Kahn General Counsel MER Group

WRI Eliot Metzger Senior Associate WRI

AeroFarms Alina Zolotareva Senior Marketing Manager AeroFarms

Amcor David Clark VP, Sustainability Amcor

AeroFarms Jennifer Ronk Sustainability & Advocacy Manager, NA Packaging & Specialty Plastics Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics

Ocean Conservancy Eric DesRoberts Manager Ocean Conservancy

2:30 PM
-
4:00 PM
Chatham House Privacy workshop

In this Chatham House workshop, we take a deep dive into three key challenging privacy issues through scenario building exercises. The closed-door format will encourage debate, ideas sharing and practical ways to move the industry forward through interactive roundtables.

Key roundtable points include how to: 

  • Build a privacy led business model
  • Discover new revenue streams for customer data monetization
  • Use privacy for competitive advantage

Atlassian Erika Fisher Head of Privacy Atlassian

Blitzmetrics Dennis Yu Chief Technology Officer Blitzmetrics

Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

Moderator: University of San Diego School of Business Priya Kannan-Narasimhan, Ph.D Associate Professor, Management University of San Diego School of Business

4:00 PM
-
4:30 PM
Coffee
4:30 PM
-
4:50 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Natura case study: The quest to become carbon neutral

In 2007, Natura launched the Carbon Neutral Program. Through a step approach – inventory, reduction and offsetting – hear how Natura is engaging the supply chain and business to seek initiatives that generate social and environmental impact beyond GHG issue.

Natura Andreza Souza Senior Sustainability Coordinator Natura

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd MD Ethical Corporation

4:50 PM
-
5:10 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
The 2020 problem: What are we going to do about missed targets?

Companies across the globe have set ambitious social and environmental 2020 targets. However, it appears that companies are going to miss some of their targets. In this pragmatic session we will provide ideas on what businesses can and should do to improve their impacts. How can technology accelerate impacts? This session will provoke innovative thinking so that you can head back to your office with ideas and ways to work together to improve your impacts

Greenpeace USA Rolf Skar Campaigns Director Greenpeace USA

Moderator Future 500 Brendon Steele Director of Stakeholder Engagement Future 500

5:10 PM
-
5:30 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Blockchain – The sustainable sourcing silver-bullet?

For a couple of years Blockchain has been widely touted as the solution to ensuring fully transparent and traceable supply chains. However, the majority of companies are still trying to understand its potential impacts on their supply chain. Hear from innovative companies that are trialing this new technology and understand how it could help your business.

UN Global Compact Rosedel Davies-Adewebi Senior Manager, Innovation UN Global Compact

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

5:30 PM
-
5:50 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Technology solutions for the future labor market

“Excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake” – Elon Musk. What are businesses doing today to ensure the right mix of robots and human capital to ensure a fair workforce? Learn what technology solutions exist to help mitigate risks and maximize opportunities related to the expected disruptions of the labor market. Understand how business can upskill the workforce & the evolution of education to deliver workers fit for the digital future

Hackerbay Christian Georg Strobl CEO Hackerbay

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

5:50 PM
-
6:10 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Digital and social inclusion – the responsibility of Silicon Valley

The skewed wealth distribution is highly visible in and around California. From Silicon Valley to The Bay Area and Greater LA to Central Valley there is growing social inequality. In this frank and practical discussion leading corporate practitioners will share how they are trying to address these issues through; education and skills for youth, wellness, resilient communities and using data for good.

Verlocal Luis F. Gil Chief Executive Officer Verlocal

IBM Jamie Lawrence Corporate Citizenship Manager IBM

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd MD Ethical Corporation

4:30 PM
-
5:30 PM
Chatham House Fake News and Transparency workshop

In this Chatham House workshop, we take a deep dive into three key challenging transparency and fake news issues through scenario building exercises. The closed-door format will encourage debate, ideas sharing and practical ways to move the industry forward through interactive roundtables.

Key roundtable points include how to:

  • Lead the way in processing data mapping to improve transparency
  • Ensure policy enables free speech but tackles Fake News, accountability and extreme content

Limelight Health Alan Leard Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder Limelight Health

Compassionate Technologies Olivia Jeffers CEO Compassionate Technologies

Relativity6 Sam Breen Chief Compliance Officer Relativity6

Moderator: University of San Diego School of Business Priya Kannan-Narasimhan, Ph.D Associate Professor, Management University of San Diego School of Business

6:10 PM
Networking Drinks

Purchase the Post-Conference Materials

Event Presentations • Event Audio • On Demand Subscription

09:05 AM
-
09:35 AM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Diversity and Inclusion Keynote: Empower D&I for future leadership and success

Now more than ever the issue of diversity and inclusion is paramount. The majority of large companies have a diversity program, but are they making an impact? Unfortunately, 76% tech jobs are still held by men. What lessons can Silicon Valley firms learn from other sectors? Can veterans and military spouses be a solution? Learn how to walk the talk and approach the diversity challenge with solid plans to build a pipeline, show the benefits of this approach and demonstrate leadership

Gender Spectrum Lisa Kenney Executive Director Gender Spectrum

ManpowerGroup Christopher Rowland Global Diversity Officer ManpowerGroup

Moderator: Lead with the Lights On Zeb Severson Founder Lead with the Lights On

09:35 AM
-
10:05 AM
DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Progressive leadership Keynote: The need for leadership on free speech and responsible content online

What obligations should companies fulfil for the benefit of society? Should companies be policing free speech? This keynote explores brands that are leading the way on curating responsible online content with democratic free speech principles in mind.

ModSquad Mike Pinkerton Chief Operating Officer ModSquad

Modsquad Steve Zelinger Member of Board of Directors

Moderator: Compassionate Technologies Olivia Jeffers CEO Compassionate Technologies

10:05 AM
-
10:35 AM
DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
New Models Keynote: Privacy over Profits?

The ethics and social responsibility of informational technology and IT risk is being called into question. Maximizing profits over privacy is no longer good enough. What steps should the information security industry take to move beyond detection and instead prevent privacy risks once and for all? Hear about innovative privacy-based models that exist to ensure profitability in the long term.

Black Rifle Coffee Conan Higgins General Counsel Black Rifle Coffee

Varo Money Marc Loewenthal Chief Compliance and Risk Officer Varo Money

Moderator: Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

10:35 AM
-
11:00 AM
Coffee
11:00 AM
-
12:30 PM
CLIMATE ACTION
Workshop: Climate action in supply chains: Cascade targets and build climate-resilience

For the majority of businesses, the supply chain is where they can have the largest impacts on climate change and greatest risks to business occur. Build climate resilience by:

  • Creating Science-Based Targets across Scope 1, 2 and 3 of the business
  • Engage with suppliers to adopt responsibilities and actions
  • Collaborate across industries to accelerate impacts
  • Source technology that helps identify areas of your supply chain that are at the greatest risk to climate impacts

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

TRANSWESTERN John Gledhill Senior Vice President, Sustainability Transaction Services TRANSWESTERN

Caesers Entertainment Gwen Migita Social Impact & Inclusion Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer Caesars Entertainment

AMD Susan Moore Vice President Government Affairs & Corporate Responsibility AMD

EcoVadis Celia Landesberg Regional Manager – Business Development EcoVadis

12:30 PM
-
1:30 PM
WBCSD partnership workshop: Integrating the SDGs into corporate strategy and reporting

This interactive breakout session convened by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) will explore the implications of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for business, highlight emerging best practice in terms of strategic integration and reporting, and provide a forum for discussion on how to scale up efforts to align with this crucial global agenda.

WBCSD James Gomme Director, Sustainable Development Goals WBCSD

Natura Andreza Souza Senior Sustainability Coordinator Natura

Futerra Henry Hicks Executie Creative Director Futerra

11:00 AM
-
1:00 PM
Chatham House Consumer agreements workshop

Online contracts, license agreements, terms of service, privacy policies and other agreements – how consumer friendly are these? This open debate explores what it means to be ethical when it comes to data policy. As is stands, current user agreements are long and confusing leading to them being poorly understood by consumers and create a myriad of open-ended possibilities to share data. Learn how to take a braver approach to stating policies and principles clearly at the time of the customer’s decision making.

Digicert Mike Johnson General Counsel Digicert

Qubit Jack Carvel General Counsel Qubit

Tala Robert Irwin General Counsel Tala

Google Patrick Gage Kelley Security & Privacy User Experience Researcher Google

Moderator: University of San Diego School of Business Priya Kannan-Narasimhan, Ph.D Associate Professor, Management University of San Diego School of Business

1:30 PM
-
2:30 PM
Lunch
2:30 PM
-
3:15 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Systems that prove social purpose delivers 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 pragmatic examples on how to quantify social impact that resonates across the business.

World Economic Forum Rodrigo Arias Global Leadership Fellow World Economic Forum

Gap Inc. Sasha Radovich Director Gap Inc.'s P.A.C.E. (Personal Advancement & Career Enhancement)

Classy Pat Walsh Co-founder and Chief Impact Officer Classy

World Economic Forum Karen Henken Professor of Practice, Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Kroc School, University of San Diego

3:15 PM
-
4:30 PM
SOCIAL IMPACT
Workshop: Communicate social impact successes to different key stakeholder groups

There isn't a "one size fits all" approach. You’ve achieved the desired impacts, now what is the best way to communicate these results to build trust and reputation among your customers, investors, NGOs, suppliers and international media.

Comerica Scott Beckerman Senior Vice President & Director of Corporate Sustainability Comerica

Shire Elaine Salewske Responsibility Lead, Corporate Affairs Shire

Family Independence Initiative Samer Masry Chief Technology Officer Family Independence Initiative

Domtar Paige Goff Vice President of Sustainability and Business Communications Domtar

Participant Media Amanda Chen Senior Director of Social Impact Participant Media

Moderator: Ethical Corporation Liam Dowd MD Ethical Corporation


Purchase the Post-Conference Materials

Event Presentations • Event Audio • On Demand Subscription