CEOs to Attend Closed Door Session to Discuss Actions Necessary for Societal Impact
January 24, 2013 /3BL Media/ - On February 25, 2013, International Corporate Philanthropy Day (ICPD), CECP will host the 8th annual Board of Boards CEO Conference, “CALL TO ACTION: Engaged Leadership, Unprecedented Impact.” In addition to Xerox’s Ursula Burns, Mosaic’s James T. Prokopanko, and IBM’s Ginni Rometty, CECP is excited to announce recently confirmed speakers: Andrew Liveris of The Dow Chemical Company and Bob Moritz of Pricewaterhouse Coopers. The moderator of the CEO panel will be Chris Nurko, Global Chairman, FutureBrand Worldwide. CECP will convene up to 100 Fortune 500 CEOs to recognize the shared potential that CEOs of the world’s largest companies have in advancing solutions to the world’s greatest challenges. CEO attendees confirmed to date are listed on CECP’s website. This conference is a rare opportunity for CEOs to network and learn about their common commitments through their companies’ corporate societal engagement. Fortune 500 CEOs are encouraged to register today, as space is limited.
“We are pleased to see the Board of Boards conference consistently rated as one of the world’s top executive gatherings,” stated Charles Moore, Executive Director, CECP. “The designation speaks to the quality of the conversation and the caliber of our visionary guests and speakers. 2013 will be no less impressive and leading edge.”
The day will also include the announcement and award presentation of the corporate winners of the Excellence Award. CECP's Excellence Awards in Corporate Philanthropy are among the most coveted awards in the field, drawing an extraordinary pool of applications each year. Presented annually since 2000, these awards are juried by an independent Selection Committee that is comprised of representatives from across sectors and measured against Standards of Excellence including Partnerships, Innovation, Commitment to Measurement, and CEO Leadership.
In recognition of ICPD, CECP members will ring The NYSE Closing Bell℠ at the New York Stock Exchange. In addition, on Monday evening, the Empire State Building and other landmarks around the world will light in the colors of ICPD, blue and green, to mark the occasion. Coinciding with ICPD, the Taproot Foundation will host the Pro Bono Summit, with CECP as a convening partner, February 24-28 in New York City.
CECP members and nonprofit partners are encouraged to share their ICPD initiatives to be highlighted in communications surrounding the day.
Previous Board of Boards speakers included:
- David Cote, Chairman and CEO, Honeywell and Co-Chair, US-India CEO Forum
- Daniel L. Doctoroff, CEO, Bloomberg L.P.
- Hikmet Ersek, President and CEO, Western Union
- William D. Green, Chairman, Accenture
- Shelly Lazarus, Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather
- Indra K. Nooyi, Chairman and CEO, PepsiCo
CECP draws together and empowers senior executives of the world's leading companies to achieve unprecedented progress on societal challenges while driving business performance. Through high-powered connectivity and the platform to multiply investments in solving the world’s most pressing issues, CECP is an irreplaceable tool catalyzing the forces that drive big change. For more information visit www.CorporatePhilanthropy.org.
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