International philanthropist, skilled horsewoman, and trailblazer for women’s empowerment, Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD, believes women who define themselves and others as leaders will hasten their advance to equality. In 2020, the National Women’s History Museum awarded her a Women Making History Award. She was a nationally certified crisis team leader in New York City after 9/11. LinkedIn
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“Why Good For the Environment Is Good For Business.”
Through 60 years of groundbreaking work, Dr. Goodall has shown us the urgent need to protect chimpanzees from extinction. She has also redefined species conservation to include the needs of local people and the environment. Today she travels the world, speaking about the threats facing animals and environmental crises, urging us to take action on behalf of all living things and the planet we share.
“The Trillion Dollar Market Opportunities at the Bottom of the Pyramid.”
Globally known as Mr Toilet (He created UN World Toilet Day) Jack is a serial entrepreneur. He created 16 “traditional” businesses, and then turned serial social entrepreneur and created eight social impact businesses. He retired at age 40 to devote himself full-time to changing the world for the better. He has built a “World Trade Center” for the poor in Singapore, that aims to unlock the economic potential of billions of people worldwide.
“Strengthening Markets Through Social Impact.”
Michael John Hastings, Baron Hastings of Scarisbrick CBE, is the former Global Head of Corporate Citizenship for KPMG International. He was previously the BBC’s Head of Public Affairs and then the first Head of Corporate Responsibility. He is the Chancellor of Regent’s University London, and Professor of Leadership at the Stephen R. Covey Institute, Huntsman Business School, Utah State University.
“The Business Case For Plant-Based Foods.”
The American environmental advocate, former actress and model believes in the power of plant-based foods. Her OMD (One Meal a Day) campaign promotes plant-based food solutions to climate change, in a multi-pronged effort to transform eating habits and the food system. She has done the math, and the benefits to business are huge. Find out where the next big opportunities lie in local and global food supply chains and manufacturing.
The Climate Crisis: The Biggest Business Opportunity in History.”
Frenchman Bertrand Piccard is the Founder of Solar Impulse, and the first person to complete a successful round-the-world solar-powered flight. Innovative goes back generations in his family — his grandfather was a balloonist and undersea explorer in the early 1900s, and his father was an oceanographer. Piccard’s foundation is currently finding 1,000 business solutions that will protect the environment in a profitable way.
“6 Leadership Lessons from Rob Chesnut, Former Chief Ethics Officer at Airbnb.”
Rob is the former General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer at Airbnb. His new book How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution gives guidance on how to navigate times of crisis with integrity. He believes that leaders should draw on integrity to guide them through the very difficult decisions we all now face. Stakeholders will remember how you acted during a time of crisis. Learn how Rob guided Airbnb through their early years.