Are You an Emerging Leader Under 35? Don’t Miss Out on the Chance to Attend #SDGForum!

Are You an Emerging Leader Under 35? Don’t Miss Out on the Chance to Attend #SDGForum!

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Friday, October 30, 2015 - 11:45am

CAMPAIGN: Global Engagement Forum

CONTENT: Blog

On November 10-12, more than 200 leaders and innovators will come together in Washington DC for the Global Engagement Forum. The event will engage leading voices from the public, private, and social sectors to explore the potential for partnership and collaboration to advance the Sustainable Development Goals.

Right now, we’re offering 35 emerging leaders under the age of 35 the chance to attend the Forum for 40% off, a savings of $260!  You can register right now: http://bit.ly/GEF2015-35under35, or if you know someone under 35 who you think is a fit, I’d be grateful if you could forward them this message.

Here are the keynote speakers you can look forward to meeting at the Forum:

  • Stuart Hart, author of Capitalism at the Crossroads, who will address the business opportunity inherent in the SDGs.
  • Sue Norton, Vice President of Global Citizenship at PepsiCo, who will discuss the power of Performance with Purpose to ensure healthy lives, affordable nutrition, access to clean water, and women’s empowerment.
  • Sheryl WuDunn, author of Half the Sky and A Path Appears, who will discuss how empowering women and girls can end poverty and enable growth.

I’m also excited to hear from Alicia Lenze at SAP, Mark Weick at The Dow Chemical Company, Deborah Holmes at EY, Luke Filose at Intel, John Mennel at Deloitte, Trevor Gunn at Medtronic, and Matt Arnold at JPMorgan Chase, and leaders from a number of other companies and nonprofits, who will share their challenges, aspirations, and achievements in seeking to deliver sustainable social impact.

We’ll be talking about how collaboration can drive innovation, how to leverage volunteering to improve communities, how to build the workforce of the future, and of course, how to fund the challenge ahead through a blended capital approach.