The Findings will bring together a diverse set of leaders in the business world, government and nonprofit sector to gather as a community and engage in an open and robust dialogue about racial equity and environmental sustainability. The conference will include conversations with cohort members, working group sessions and powerful keynote interviews.
Our goal is to engage our community and bring together a dynamic group of leaders to amplify and create a space for inclusive and equitable dialogue. Breaking down silos, we want to facilitate productive conversations that can translate to collective action.
The Findings will take place on Thursday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST.
Learn more below.
Opening remarks by Punchbowl News CEO and Founder Anna Palmer and Isaac Reyes, senior vice president of risk management and government affairs at Target.
We bring our community into the conversation with members of The Punch Up racial equity cohort. Key leaders in this space will guide a discussion about the challenges and opportunities ahead to bring together the public and private sector together in these turbulent times.
How do we improve our climate for future generations? It’s a question being asked by elected leaders at all levels, company leaders, investors and others. Bringing together our cohort of leaders, we will lead a spirited discussion on what they think is working and what we can collectively do better to create a more sustainable future.
A fireside chat with Target leadership. More details to be announced soon.
The Punch Up is all about empowering our community to get involved and be change agents. Attendees will play an active role in this working session with selected leaders serving as a catalyst to jumpstart the conversations.
More details be announced soon.
Deputy Executive Director & Chief Diversity Officer
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Co-Founder, Green Jobs Board Founder
Brown Girl Green
Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, SVP of HR
Head of North America Inclusive Impact & Sustainability
Senior Policy Advisor for Clean Air and Climate
Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
Senior Professional Staff Member
House Committee on Energy & Commerce
Senior Advisor to the Director
Office of Personnel Management
Senior Director of Policy
President, social justice advocate
Drum Major Institute
American Human Rights activist, philanthropist and advocate
EVP & Chief Equality Officer
Founder & Executive Director
COO and Chief of Staff
New Theory Ventures
VP of Corporate Responsibility, President
Founder and CEO
SVP Risk and Government Affairs
Managing Director, Food and Agriculture
Co-Founder, VP Growth & Product
Head of North American Policy & Public Affairs
SVP, Public Policy, Head of U.S. Federal Affairs
Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas
President & CEO
Hispanic Heritage Foundation
VP External & Corporate Affairs
Meridian International Center
SVP Strategic Alliances & Outreach
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
U.S. Director, Environmental Justice & Equity
World Resources Institute
Head of Americas Advocacy and Public Policy
Public and private institutions have vowed to take an active role in addressing racial disparities and advancing equity for marginalized communities. We bring together these leaders to examine how they’re meeting those goals and how they can work together to do more.
Nationwide, companies, nonprofits and government agencies have made individual commitments to creating a more sustainable world. These leaders will come together to examine how to turn those singular promises into collective action.