28 July, 2020 | (01 hr)
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Reflecting a curation of recent insights, this panel discusses a framework designed to help corporate leaders in their work to end systemic racism and dismantle the structural barriers to racial equity. Our premise is that the project cannot be simply assigned to Diversity and Inclusion, but must be reflected in the attention, awareness, and consciousness of all senior-level executives.
Join us as we focus on eight pillars: purpose, perspectives, people, purchasing, philanthropy and community investments, policy, place-based initiatives, and performance.
By attending this webcast, viewers will be able to:
- Recognize ways that systemic racism exists across business functions corporate strategy, business assets, policies, talent development and pipeline, purchasing
- Identify new ways for Listening, learning, co-creating with, and investing in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) employees and communities
- Create discussions and procedures for enacting change through stakeholder engagement
- Develop new measures and milestones for marking progress transparently.
Who Should Attend: Senior-level executives in corporate affairs, human resources, corporate communications and strategy
Jennifer Hunter serves as Senior Vice President, Corporate Citizenship for Altria Client Services, which provides professional services and support to Altria Group and its operating companies. Jennifer leads the company's efforts to address external issues, and its operating companies' efforts to...Full Bio
Michael Sneed is Executive Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs & Chief Communication Officer, and a member of the Executive Committee. He was appointed to the Executive Committee in 2018. Since 2012 he has been leading the corporation’s global marketing, communication, design and p...Full Bio
Craig E. Carroll, PhD
Craig E. Carroll leads The Conference Board Communications Institute and is the Executive Director of the Observatory on Corporate Reputation® (OCR Network). Craig has published three of the leading research compendiums on corporate reputation: Corporate Reputation and the News Media...Full Bio