Anita speaks at CECP (Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy) Summit, New York, USA

Update   –   24 June 2013

CECP provides high powered connectivity encouraging corporations to engage in social issues in the communities where they operate. They represent over 90% of the corporate giving in the Fortune 500.

Anita Hoffmann presented the Sustainability and New Leadership Competencies for Business Leaders Study findings and moderated the panel consisting of:

  • Matthew Breitfelder, Managing Director, Global Human Resources, BlackRock
  • Stephen Dwight, Vice President, Talent Management, Novo Nordisk
  • Elana Weinstein, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion and Coaching, Bloomberg

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A highlight of the event was the session on Girl Rising, a new documentary by Academy Award nominee Richard Robbins, highlighting the need and benefit of education for girls and women on the welfare of families and communities. This included a panel with the main donator to the project, Intel Corp.



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