Agenda 

09.00   Welcome
Conference host

09.05   Welcome - Provost and Dean

  • Ian Walmsley, Provost, Imperial College London
  • Francisco Veloso, Dean, Imperial College Business School

09.15   Keynote

  • John Allan, Vice President, CBI and Chairman, Tesco

09.45   Panel one: Being a nimble and principled leader in a time of crisis

  • Lynne Page, Choreographer and Director
  • Morgan McKenney, Chief Operating Officer, Global Consumer Banking, Citi
  • Lise Kingo, NED and former CEO, United Nations Global Compact
  • Chaired by Mark Kennedy, Associate Professor of Strategy and Organisation, Imperial College Business School

10.30   Break

10.45   Fireside chat and Q&A

  • Sir Andrew Witty, CEO, UnitedHealth Group
  • Neil Ferguson, Epidemiologist and Professor of Mathematical Biology, Imperial College London
  • Moderated by Celia Moore, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Imperial College Business School

11.30   Panel two: Leading responsibly in a digitally transformed organisation

  • Naveed Sultan, Chairman Institutional Clients Group, Citi
  • Catherine O’Neill, Managing Director, European & CEEMEA Media & Internet Team, Citi Research
  • Philip Sasse, Vice President Treasury, Unilever
  • Naina Bhattacharya, Global Chief Information Security Officer, Danone
  • Chaired by Nelson Phillips, Abu Dhabi Chamber Chair in Innovation and Strategy, Imperial College Business School

12.15   Break

12.45   Keynote and Q&A

  • Dame Vivian Hunt, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

13.15   Panel three: The role of business in dismantling systemic racism and social inequality

  • Nora Spinks, CEO, The Vanier Institute
  • Edleen John, International Relations, Corporate Affairs and Co-Partner for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Director, The Football Association
  • Melissa Thomas-Hunt, Global Head of Diversity and Belonging, Airbnb
  • Chaired by Marisa Miraldo, Associate Professor in Health Economics

14.00   Roundtables

15.00   Networking

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