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Ideas. Innovations. Conversations. We offer our members private, invitation-only, CEO conferences for their enrichment. Members are always encouraged to bring CEO guests—potential members—leaders of organizations interested in CSR.

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CEO Impact Conference 2020 – Leadership for Recovery

Introductory Video from CEO Impact Conference 2020 – Leadership for Recovery

PRIVATE CEO CONFERENCE: 2020

Leadership for Recovery

Live-streamed from the Museum of the American Revolution on Wednesday, June 24th, the event began with our Opening Presenter Stephen K. Klasko, M.D., M.B.A., President, Thomas Jefferson University & CEO, Jefferson Health.

This was followed by our Keynote ― A Fireside Chat with Bruce Van Saun, Chairman & CEO of Citizens Financial Group, Inc.

The live stream wrapped up with our Top Diverse Business Leader Panel Discussion on how to successfully reopen the economy across industry sectors with moderator Tony Conti, Executive Vice Chair, SI and panelists:
Marc Brownstein, President & CEO, Brownstein Group
Henri Moore, Global Director CSR, Corteva Dow Dupont
Nick Bertram, CEO, Giant

The riveting 2 ½ hour conference concluded with our Institute Hallmark ― candid, moderated CEO Breakout Sessions for peer idea exchange via zoom.

2020 Summer – Leadership for Recovery: Nonprofit Perspective

PAST CONFERENCES

BUSINESS NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2019

Date: Thursday, November 14th, 2019

Theme: Partnering for Impact

Panel Participants: Moderated by Bobby Keyes, CEO of Image Studios 360 and retired GM of Enterprise. John L. Walsh, CEO of UGI, Mike Innocenzo, CEO of PECO, Denise Sullivan, Executive Director, Flyers Charities, Kevin Duffy, President of Tozour Energy, and Debbie O’Brien, SVP Market Executive from Bank of America. By invitation only for SI Nonprofit Affiliates and their Senior Team.

Venue: Franklin Institute

Business-Nonprofit Leadership Summit Fall 2019 – Partnering for Impact.

CEO Impact Conference Fall 2019 – Why Business Growth Leaders Value CSR.

PRIVATE CEO CONFERENCE: FALL 2019

Date: Thursday, October 31, 2019

Theme: Why Business Growth Leaders Value CSR

Keynote Speaker: Dawn Zier, President & COO of Tivity (Nasdaq TVTY), former CEO of iconic brand Nutrisystem.

Venue: The Kimmel Center

PRIVATE CEO CONFERENCE: SPRING 2019

Date: April 10, 2019

Theme: The Increasingly Dynamic Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility

Keynote Speaker: Scott O’Neil, CEO of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, including the Philadelphia 76ers (NBA), New Jersey Devils (NHL), Prudential Center, Team Dignitas, Delaware 87ers (NBA G League), and Binghamton Devils (AHL)

Venue: Museum of the American Revolution

 

Keynote Speaker Scott O'Neil

Ed Satell Speaks on SI’s Points of Distinction

Conference Hallmark: Small Group Discussions

Fall 2018 Satell Institute CEO Conference Highlights

2018: Fall CEO Conference
PRIVATE CEO CONFERENCE: FALL 2018

Date:
October 23, 2018

Theme:
The Increasingly Dynamic Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility

Keynote Speaker:
David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President, Comcast Corporation, Chairman of Trustees, University of Pennsylvania

Venue:
Museum of the American Revolution

INAUGURAL PRIVATE CEO CONFERENCE: SPRING 2018
THE IMPORTANCE OF CSR

Date: 
April 18, 2018

Theme:
The Importance of CSR

Keynote Speaker:
F. William (Bill) McNabb III, Chairman, Vanguard

Venue:
Museum of the American Revolution

Spring 2018 Satell Institute CEO Conference Highlights

2018: Spring CEO Conference
“While I was certainly aware of the Satell Institute, it wasn’t until I attended their CEO Conference as a guest that I was truly blown away by the caliber of the CEOs involved. I signed up on the spot. I have a decent amount of years ahead of me in my career, and I feel like it’s important to never stop learning. I also believe that in order to do big things, you have to partner together to have a greater impact. That’s the real value of the Satell Institute – it’s a collective force that can really create change. At UHC, we’re accustomed to longer-term engagements with our nonprofits, so the multi-year commitment required for Satell Institute members felt natural. And while we tend to have national partnerships, we know that all things happen at a local level.”
dan tropeano
cEO (PA & DE), United Healthcare
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