September 20, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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GBCHealth Conference and Awards Dinner

Organizer: GBCHealth

Date: 05.14.12, 08:00AM – 05.15.12, 10:00PM ET

Location:New York City



Join corporate executives, government leaders, policy makers and global health visionaries as we gather to explore the future role of business in creating a healthier workplace and world. This year’s GBCHealth Conference features eight major sessions exploring critical topics on business and health, presentations by visionary thinkers, more networking time than ever, and presentation of the 11th Annual Business Action on Health Awards.

 The Conference and Awards Dinner brings together a distinguished group of senior leaders and participating speakers that include Michelle Bachelet, Executive Director of UN Women; Sarah Brown, CEO of the Office of Gordon and Sarah Brown & President of PiggyBankKids; Barbara Bush, CEO and Founder of Global Health Corps; Ray Chambers, United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Malaria; Deepak Chopra, Founder of The Chopra Foundation; Richard Edelman, President & CEO of Edelman; Julio Frenk, Dean of Faculty at Harvard School of Public Health & former Minister of Health of Mexico;  Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company; Madam Bongi Ngema-Zuma, First Lady of South Africa; and Dean Ornish, Founder and President of Preventive Medicine Research Institute.

For more information, see Who's Attending and learn about last year's Conference, which more than 1,000 global leaders attended. For information on tickets, visit our Registration page.

Follow our Conference updates on Twitter using our Conference hashtag #GBCH12.

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About GBCHealth

GBCHealth serves as a hub for private sector engagement on the world's most pressing global health issues. Since 2001, GBCHealth has worked with hundreds of members—individually and in partnership with one other—to tackle the challenges of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, diabetes and other health issues facing the workplace and communities where business is conducted. 

For more information, please contact:

Helen Marks Conference Coordinator
Phone: 212-584-1632

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