What (If Anything) Can a Rebalanced System of Corporate Governance Do to Promote Racial Equity?

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What (If Anything) Can a Rebalanced System of Corporate Governance Do to Promote Racial Equity?

Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Location: Via Zoom

This will be the third and final program in the Conference on Racial Equity in Corporate Governance. Over a series of three panel discussions, we will be joined by business leaders and top legal thinkers to explore how to increase racial diversity in the C-suite and boardroom, how corporate leaders can promote a more inclusive workforce and racial equity, and what (if anything) a rebalanced system of corporate governance can do to promote racial equity.

Racial Equity ConferenceThe third installment of the conference will examine mechanisms and agents for rebalancing corporate governance in the interest of promoting racial equity. This session will explore questions of defining corporate purpose and best practices, the role of disclosure requirements, executive compensation incentives, and the roles of directors, investors, proxy advisory firms, and general counsel in addressing racial equity. Lisa Fairfax (Alexander Hamilton Professor of Business Law and Director of the GW Corporate Law and Governance Institute,
The George Washington University Law School) and Omari Scott Simmons (Howard L. Oleck Professor of Business Law and Director of Business Law Program, Wake Forest School of Law) will moderate the discussion.

Keir Gumbs, Associate General Counsel, Global Corporate, M&A and Securities and Deputy Corporate Secretary, Uber Technologies
Osagie Imasogie, Co-Founder and Senior Managing Partner, PIPV Capital
Erika James, Dean and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
Jennifer Krevitt, ‎Managing Director & Global Head, Human Capital Management, Consumer & Investment Management Division, Goldman Sachs
Anne Robinson, Managing Director, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary,
Kim Rucker, Director, Celanese Corporation, Lennox International, Inc.,
and Marathon Petroleum Corporation

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