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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Hotel Marlowe
25 Edwin H. Land Boulevard
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Join 200 senior corporate leaders at the Global Shared Value Leadership Summit.


This invitation-only event will foster a cutting-edge, practitioner-driven discussion, hosted by the new Shared Value Initiative, an organized effort to bring together leaders from companies, civil society and governments to build a strong and engaged global community around shared value knowledge and practice.

With confirmed attendees from twenty countries, the 2013 Summit will provide the most targeted, global conversation on shared value.

Featured content:

• Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe of Nestlé and Michael E. Porter of Harvard Business School will converse on the role of executive leadership in driving shared value through the business.

Vincent Forlenza, CEO of BD, Neal Keny-Guyer, CEO of Mercy Corps, and Judith Rodin, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, will provide executive insights on shared value from the corporate and civil society perspective, including the complexities of managing cross-sector shared value relationships. This session will be moderated by Jane Nelson, Director of the Harvard Kennedy School's Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative.

For more information or to receive an invitation to the Summit, please contact Stacy Neal, Program Manager. 

About the Shared Value Initiative and FSG: The Shared Value Initiative was created in 2012 by FSG to drive the adoption and implementation of shared value strategies by organizations around the world. Learn more about shared value at FSG.


The Shared Value Initiative is a Clinton Global Initiative 2012 Commitment to Action.


The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) convenes leaders to turn ideas into action. CGI Commitments to Action represent bold new ways that CGI members address global challenges—implemented through new methods of partnership and designed to maximize impact. Commitments can be small or large, global or local. No matter the size or scope, commitments help CGI members translate practical goals into meaningful and measurable results.

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