Tuesday, November 9
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9:00 - 10:00 a.m. Opening Session: From Intent to Impact - The Role of the Chief Impact Officer
Companies are moving beyond just creating reports and monitoring issues; they are now focused on making an impact. Chief Impact Officers (CIOs) are reshaping what it means to work efficiently and across the entire business. Join us for a conversation with two prominent CIOs on how they are adding their own unique perspectives to this emerging leadership position.
Dr. Kelvin A. Baggett
Executive Vice President & Chief Impact Officer
Chief Impact Officer
Chief Social Impact Officer
10:00 - 10:45 a.m. Networking Coffee
10:45 - 11:30 a.m. Breakout Sessions
Best Practices: Advancing Equity in Your Advocacy Efforts
What does it mean to champion equity through advocacy? How do you identify inequities within policy initiatives and engage diverse groups of policymakers? Ensure your advocacy efforts are grounded in fairness and represent the needs of everyone your programs serve. Join our speakers for a conversation on methods and tools for building inclusive advocacy frameworks and putting them into action.
Vice President, Advocacy Policy
National Association of REALTORS
Vice President, Global Public Affairs
United Parcel Service
When businesses band together to support social causes, they can accomplish great things. We’ll dive into this unique form of collaboration that focuses on investing in the greater good. Join experts as they provide strategic insights and examples of global partnerships that have led to powerful solutions that create change.
Head of Healthcare Initiatives
World Economic Forum
11:30- 11:45 a.m. Break
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Breakout Sessions
Best Practices: Establishing Employee Well-being Programs
According to a recent survey by McKinsey, “since the start of the pandemic, 42% of employees globally have reported a decline in mental health.” Providing mental health support is critical to creating a workplace where employees can bring their whole selves. Join us for a conversation on workplace strategies and initiatives centered on mental wellness.
Executive Director, Workforce Wellbeing
Director of External Relations
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Research and Trends: Keeping up with the ESG Reporting Landscape
Unsure of how to prepare for potential ESG-disclosure mandates from the SEC? In a complex and accelerating regulatory environment, it’s essential to stay in front of federal policies and how they may affect your industry. Join our speakers for a comprehensive look at recent movements, potential business implications, and how to prepare for regulatory changes.
Associate Director, Global Public Policy
Managing Director, Climate Change and Sustainability Service
12:30 - 1:00 p.m. Lunch Break
1:00 - 1:45 p.m. Breakout Sessions
Best Practices: Building Intentional Allyship in the Workplace
Your professional life is more than just deliverables. Inclusive workplaces are built through collective and intentional actions, support and empathy. Learning through listening, advocating and acting in support of your colleagues with different identities creates a culture of belonging. Join us for a discussion on ways you can position yourself to be a true ally to your colleagues.
EVP, Head of Inclusion Equity & Diversity and Cultural Marketing
Research and Trends: Data Dive on Social Issue Engagement
Do you have a strategy for engaging in social issues? Do you have a good grasp on the sentiments of your stakeholders as it relates to specific social issues? Our speakers will provide key data, insights and engagement tools to support your social engagement strategy.
Head of Industry Intelligence
1:45 - 2:00 p.m. Break
2:00 - 2:45 p.m. Breakout Sessions
Best Practices: Designing Charitable Initiatives that Directly Impact Communities
Does your company have a charitable match program? Does your organization host volunteer days? Investing in the social sector is vital to society; it leads to consistency and community-based impact. Join us for a conversation with leaders on how to establish successful and resilient corporate philanthropy programs that enrich communities.
Executive Director, IFA Foundation
International Franchise Association
Senior Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility
Research and Trends: What Constitutes Materiality?
Your business is influenced by a myriad of factors. Identifying the ones that matter most to your ESG work is no easy task. Developing a smart assessment strategy will help you craft a strategic ESG report that speaks to risks, opportunities, and expectations. Join our speakers for a discussion on methods, tools, and tips for parsing out and understanding how to identify the elements of your ESG reports.
Senior Vice President, Sustainability Solutions
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Impact ROI LLC
2:45 - 3:00 p.m. Break
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Closing Session: Is Stakeholder Capitalism a Business Reality?
With a call for value-driven business and increasing expectations around corporate activism, more companies are taking steps to serve all their stakeholders and better society. Is this change here to stay? We’ll cover how stakeholder capitalism is changing and the trends we expect to see in the coming years.
VP, Global Public Policy & Government Relations
Author, Green Business Expert and Globally Recognized Speaker
Bestselling Author of Net Positive, The Big Pivot and Green Recovery
Former Director of the Corporate Environmental Strategy Project at Yale’s Environment School
Founder of Winston Eco-Strategies, LLC
VP, ESG Strategy and Engagement