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Responsibility in a digitalized world

“Our promised digital utopia has minefields” — Sen. John Neely Kennedy at the Facebook Senate hearing.

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST

Reputations take years to establish but are, these days, often only a single oversight or breach away from ruination…and in hours rather than months or years. Now is the time for auditing how data is being used and importantly, to prevent the improper use of data. Understand the foundations for what it takes to be a privacy conscious company when it comes to data handling.

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

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

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

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Build a privacy led business model

Prove that going beyond data protection can deliver business profits and operational success whether this be customer loyalty, brand reputation or profitability. Learn how to build a global privacy program and run this in a localized way. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams from boards to developers to make your engagement stick.

Concerto RS Kyle Stone General Counsel Concerto RS

Atlassian Erika Fisher Head of Privacy Atlassian

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Rethink and rewrite privacy user agreements to be consumer friendly

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

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
New revenue streams for customer data monetization

The current business model for accessing customer data is unsustainable. We explore future revenue streams to rethink how the ad market can profit from customer data being monetized and understand if this is Ethical

Blitzmertrics Dennis Yu Chief Technology Officer Blitzmertrics

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Tech Hub 1: Use ethical data technologies to eliminate AI bias

Demand for AI accountability is on the rise. Understand how data and process mapping can reveal biases in machine-learning algorithms. Target processes and security systems to better manage how machines affect our behavior and interaction.

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Tech Hub 2: Ensure policy enables free speech but tackles Fake News, accountability and extreme content

Technological innovation provides society with endless opportunities but has also brought the rise of fake news, a lack of accountability and extreme content. Curate policy to ensure how a business could and should legally block certain speech because that speech fails to align to business values.

Compassionate Technologies Olivia Jeffers CEO Compassionate Technologies

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Tech Hub 3: Lead the way in processing data mapping to improve transparency

Controlling and tracing data is a perennial challenge for digital companies. Breaches can impact organization’s reputation, result in fines and ultimately impact on shareholder value. Understand which technologies exist to better control data to mitigate future breaches

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

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Use privacy for competitive advantage

Prove that privacy can be used beyond just managing business risk and as a form of competitive advantage. Understand how to build processes and create metrics for privacy to be fully integrated into business operations and be used in the sales process.

Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

CLIMATE ACTION

California isn’t only one of the world’s major economies, a state where sustainability matters to people…it’s also home to many of the companies reinventing commerce – technology first. Learn how technology can deliver cleaner and more long-term impacts in cities, supply chains and new product innovations. Drive climate goals with ambitious leadership to be a change agent for your industry.

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, investors and companies are working together to build a city that’s fit for the future – for both the environment and society.

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

CLIMATE ACTION
Data centers: Reduce impacts and deliver savings through new technological innovations

By 2020, emissions from data centers are projected to reach more than 320 metric tons CO2-equivalent per year, more than quadruple what they were in 2007. The transition to a digital, cloud-based business world require large-scale innovations and collaborations to minimize environmental impacts. Hear the latest innovations in renewable and clean energy solutions to address the impacts of data centers.

CLIMATE ACTION
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 TRANSWESTERN

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

CLIMATE ACTION
Fully Circular Models – New thinking, New innovations, New systems

Resources are finite which is driving 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.

MER Group Lawrence Kahn General Counsel MER Group

CLIMATE ACTION
A circular approach to rare earth metals

Rare earth metals are the crucial ingredient in many of our tech products. With demand for rare earths growing to keep pace with the current rate of technological innovation and avoiding waste-to-landfill, the industry is in need for solutions. Hear solutions for manufacturers to take a more responsible approach to their production processes.

CLIMATE ACTION
Turning the tide on plastics – reduce, recycle, replace

Plastic has been a great invention and one that, until recent years, seen as the perfect material for products of all shapes and sizes. However, it’s strengths are also its weakness. Businesses are increasingly looking for a solution to the increasing ocean waste. Discover innovative ways to address the ‘plastic problem’ – either by reducing its use, closing the loop or finding new substitutes.

Amcor David Clark VP, Sustainability Amcor

CLIMATE ACTION
Delivering smart, clean and agile delivery systems

It is projected that by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be urban. Hear pragmatic examples on how new technologies and digitally-connected systems are delivering cheap, low-emission solutions for companies operating out of built-up environments

CLIMATE ACTION
Utilizing renewable energy in the supply chain – reducing costs and impacts

Renewable energy offers increasing opportunities to minimize costs and impacts within their supply chain. But it’s not as easy as just flicking a switch. Hear successful case studies on how to transition to renewable energies both within internal and external operations and collaborations that are delivering significant climate reductions within urban environments. Hear ambitious case studies and understand new solutions and opportunities for your company

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

SOCIAL IMPACT

The ethical and social implications that businesses have on society has reached a watershed moment. With a widening gap of wealth distribution in Silicon Valley and fears around automation and the labor market, the time for business to set a precedent is now. Learn how to increase visibility in supply chains and how technology can be applied for social good and impact.

SOCIAL IMPACT
AI and Automation Keynote: Putting ethics and responsibility at the heart

By 2030, as many as 800 million jobs could be lost worldwide to automation. Coupled with the perceived risks and distrust of AI-driven business, business needs to ensure ethics and responsibility is embedded within all future systems and decisions. Hear how pioneering companies are developing an AI-for-good strategy, and how AI can deliver large-scale positive impacts.

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.

Moderator: CECP Mark Tulay Program Director, Strategic Investor Initiative CECP

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

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

SOCIAL IMPACT
Traceability and Transparency - Getting full visibility and accurate data from source

Understand the full origins of inputs. Develop strategies and systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight to monitor performance and ensure you company can make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks

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.

DigitalTown Mike Cartwright Chief Technology Officer DigitalTown

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 Marc Seitz Chief Technology Officer Hackerbay

SOCIAL IMPACT
Digital and social inclusion – the responsibility of Silicon Valley

The skewed wealth distribution is highly visible in and around Silicon Valley. What responsibility does Silicon Valley have to address this inequality and what more can they do? Learn how to empower the youth with skills to participate and lead on community investment.

Verlocal Luis F. Gil Chief Executive Officer Verlocal

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

SOCIAL IMPACT
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 ice President of Sustainability and Business Communications Domtar

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST

Reputations take years to establish but are, these days, often only a single oversight or breach away from ruination…and in hours rather than months or years. Now is the time for auditing how data is being used and importantly, to prevent the improper use of data. Understand the foundations for what it takes to be a privacy conscious company when it comes to data handling.

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

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

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

CLIMATE ACTION

California isn’t only one of the world’s major economies, a state where sustainability matters to people…it’s also home to many of the companies reinventing commerce – technology first. Learn how technology can deliver cleaner and more long-term impacts in cities, supply chains and new product innovations. Drive climate goals with ambitious leadership to be a change agent for your industry.

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, investors and companies are working together to build a city that’s fit for the future – for both the environment and society.

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

SOCIAL IMPACT

The ethical and social implications that businesses have on society has reached a watershed moment. With a widening gap of wealth distribution in Silicon Valley and fears around automation and the labor market, the time for business to set a precedent is now. Learn how to increase visibility in supply chains and how technology can be applied for social good and impact.

SOCIAL IMPACT
AI and Automation Keynote: Putting ethics and responsibility at the heart

By 2030, as many as 800 million jobs could be lost worldwide to automation. Coupled with the perceived risks and distrust of AI-driven business, business needs to ensure ethics and responsibility is embedded within all future systems and decisions. Hear how pioneering companies are developing an AI-for-good strategy, and how AI can deliver large-scale positive impacts.

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.

Moderator: CECP Mark Tulay Program Director, Strategic Investor Initiative CECP

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

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



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Full speaker list • Full conference agenda • Audience breakdown

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Build a privacy led business model

Prove that going beyond data protection can deliver business profits and operational success whether this be customer loyalty, brand reputation or profitability. Learn how to build a global privacy program and run this in a localized way. Understand which KPIs, metrics and incentives resonate with different teams from boards to developers to make your engagement stick.

Concerto RS Kyle Stone General Counsel Concerto RS

Atlassian Erika Fisher Head of Privacy Atlassian

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Rethink and rewrite privacy user agreements to be consumer friendly

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

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
New revenue streams for customer data monetization

The current business model for accessing customer data is unsustainable. We explore future revenue streams to rethink how the ad market can profit from customer data being monetized and understand if this is Ethical

Blitzmertrics Dennis Yu Chief Technology Officer Blitzmertrics

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Tech Hub 1: Use ethical data technologies to eliminate AI bias

Demand for AI accountability is on the rise. Understand how data and process mapping can reveal biases in machine-learning algorithms. Target processes and security systems to better manage how machines affect our behavior and interaction.

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Tech Hub 2: Ensure policy enables free speech but tackles Fake News, accountability and extreme content

Technological innovation provides society with endless opportunities but has also brought the rise of fake news, a lack of accountability and extreme content. Curate policy to ensure how a business could and should legally block certain speech because that speech fails to align to business values.

Compassionate Technologies Olivia Jeffers CEO Compassionate Technologies

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Tech Hub 3: Lead the way in processing data mapping to improve transparency

Controlling and tracing data is a perennial challenge for digital companies. Breaches can impact organization’s reputation, result in fines and ultimately impact on shareholder value. Understand which technologies exist to better control data to mitigate future breaches

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

DATA PRIVACY & TRUST
Use privacy for competitive advantage

Prove that privacy can be used beyond just managing business risk and as a form of competitive advantage. Understand how to build processes and create metrics for privacy to be fully integrated into business operations and be used in the sales process.

Human API Megan Bell Chief Privacy Officer Human API

CLIMATE ACTION
Data centers: Reduce impacts and deliver savings through new technological innovations

By 2020, emissions from data centers are projected to reach more than 320 metric tons CO2-equivalent per year, more than quadruple what they were in 2007. The transition to a digital, cloud-based business world require large-scale innovations and collaborations to minimize environmental impacts. Hear the latest innovations in renewable and clean energy solutions to address the impacts of data centers.

CLIMATE ACTION
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 TRANSWESTERN

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

CLIMATE ACTION
Fully Circular Models – New thinking, New innovations, New systems

Resources are finite which is driving 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.

MER Group Lawrence Kahn General Counsel MER Group

CLIMATE ACTION
A circular approach to rare earth metals

Rare earth metals are the crucial ingredient in many of our tech products. With demand for rare earths growing to keep pace with the current rate of technological innovation and avoiding waste-to-landfill, the industry is in need for solutions. Hear solutions for manufacturers to take a more responsible approach to their production processes.

CLIMATE ACTION
Turning the tide on plastics – reduce, recycle, replace

Plastic has been a great invention and one that, until recent years, seen as the perfect material for products of all shapes and sizes. However, it’s strengths are also its weakness. Businesses are increasingly looking for a solution to the increasing ocean waste. Discover innovative ways to address the ‘plastic problem’ – either by reducing its use, closing the loop or finding new substitutes.

Amcor David Clark VP, Sustainability Amcor

CLIMATE ACTION
Delivering smart, clean and agile delivery systems

It is projected that by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be urban. Hear pragmatic examples on how new technologies and digitally-connected systems are delivering cheap, low-emission solutions for companies operating out of built-up environments

CLIMATE ACTION
Utilizing renewable energy in the supply chain – reducing costs and impacts

Renewable energy offers increasing opportunities to minimize costs and impacts within their supply chain. But it’s not as easy as just flicking a switch. Hear successful case studies on how to transition to renewable energies both within internal and external operations and collaborations that are delivering significant climate reductions within urban environments. Hear ambitious case studies and understand new solutions and opportunities for your company

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

SOCIAL IMPACT
Traceability and Transparency - Getting full visibility and accurate data from source

Understand the full origins of inputs. Develop strategies and systems that deliver accurate metrics and oversight to monitor performance and ensure you company can make the right decisions to tackle climate action and human rights risks

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.

DigitalTown Mike Cartwright Chief Technology Officer DigitalTown

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 Marc Seitz Chief Technology Officer Hackerbay

SOCIAL IMPACT
Digital and social inclusion – the responsibility of Silicon Valley

The skewed wealth distribution is highly visible in and around Silicon Valley. What responsibility does Silicon Valley have to address this inequality and what more can they do? Learn how to empower the youth with skills to participate and lead on community investment.

Verlocal Luis F. Gil Chief Executive Officer Verlocal

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

SOCIAL IMPACT
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 ice President of Sustainability and Business Communications Domtar


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