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Submitted by: Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College
Posted: Dec 04, 2012 – 11:30 AM EST
CHESTNUT HILL, MA, Dec. 04 /CSRwire/ - Successful corporate citizenship is the collective effort of everyone in the company and opportunity is realized best when citizenship is aligned with business strategy. This cross-enterprise approach will be featured during the keynote sessions of our 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference.
A diverse group of world class leaders will share their experience and knowledge from their unique perspectives, ranging from CEO, CFO, and legal counsel to corporate affairs and community relations. More than 600 professionals are expected to be in attendance to gain the valuable insight these speakers will provide during the leading corporate citizenship conference in Boston, April 21-23, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Among the keynote speakers are:
Denise Morrison, President and Chief Executive Officer, Campbell Soup Company
Morrison brings a distinguished track record of building strong businesses and growing iconic brands. She became CEO in August 2011 after more than eight years at Campbell and more than 30 years in the food business. Morrison is Campbell's 12th leader in its 140-year history.
Michael Monahan, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Pitney Bowes Inc.
Monahan has responsibility for the financial operations of the company on a global basis, including treasury, audit, investor relations, corporate development, tax functions, procurement and driving results with the business units. A certified public accountant, he also leads Pitney Bowes' Strategic Transformation program.
Jennifer Hunter, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Altria Client Services
Hunter leads Corporate Affairs Research and Corporate Responsibility, Corporate Communications, Corporate Contributions and Community Relations. She also oversees Altria's tobacco operating companies' efforts to help prevent underage tobacco use and help adult tobacco users who decide to quit be more successful.
Timothy R. Baer, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Target
Baer's areas of responsibility include the law department, government affairs, corporate security, stores assets protection, and Target Brands, Inc., the corporation's brand management subsidiary. He also serves as an executive leader for Target's corporate responsibility efforts.
Similar to the diverse group of speakers, attendees span a variety of business functions, including corporate citizenship, community relations, sustainability, communications, external affairs and human resources. Join us in Boston with top leaders and thinkers from top companies including State Street, FedEx, Dell, Alcoa Foundation and Toyota.
You can begin creating conference opportunities when you register, when you will receive an invitation to join our exclusive online community and engage with other attendees before meeting them in April.
Don’t miss this event. Register by December 17, 2012, to save $300.
Updates to our agenda happen regularly. For the latest information and to secure your seat, please visit the 2013 International Corporate Citizenship Conference website.
The Carroll School of Management Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College is a membership-based knowledge center. Founded in 1985, the Center has a history of leadership in corporate citizenship research and education. The Center engages 400 member companies and more than 10,000 individuals annually to share knowledge and expertise about the practice of corporate citizenship through the Center’s executive education programs, online community, regional programs, and its annual conference. For more information visit the Center’s website at www.BCCorporateCitizenship.org
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