8th March (Day 1)

The purpose of Day 1 is to open a conversation around where mainstream business finds itself today and underline the need for mindset shift and social accountability in order to achieve change.

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Opening Keynote in Celebration of International Women's Day

09:00 - 09:30

We will kick off the first day with opening ceremony on International Women’s Day hosted by François Ortalo-Magné, London Business School Dean and keynote speaker Charmian Love who is the Co-founder of B-Lab UK. The opening ceremony will be themed around promoting equality and fairness and we will also get an overview of the exciting content planned for the next 2 days. 

François Ortalo-Magné

LBS Dean

Charmian Love

Co-Founder B-Lab UK

Revising the Business Case for Impact 

09:30 - 10:30

Speaker will be released shortly.

COVID-19 Revealed Systemic Gaps and Innovation Potential

11:00 - 12:00

We will be joined by Professor Ioanis Ioannou and Bruno Roche (Economics of Mutuality) and we will discuss how COVID-19 provided an opportunity for businesses to step up as members of the society – and many did. However, unprecedented public scrutiny has revealed gaps in stewardship, calling for a re-design of capitalism with environmental and social sustainability in mind post-pandemic. If not now, then when? 

Bruno Roche

Founder & Executive Director at Economics of Mutuality, Former Mars Chief Economist

Prof. Ioannis Ioannou

Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at LBS

Change through Individual Activism

13:00 - 14:00

Stacie June Shelton, the Global Head of Education & Advocacy at Unilever will join us to advise and inspire us on how to be an agent for good and how to choose an employer based on their values. She will then drive a debate among students from LBS, Oxford Said Business School and the University of Cambridge Judge Business School who have progressed change in their environments. 

Stacie June Shelton, MPH

Global Head of Education & Advocacy - Dove Self-Esteem Project, Unilever

Change through Education Innovation

16:00 - 17:00

Education has been one of the hardest issues for private sector to tackle because of the long-term nature of investment. We will be joined by our incredible panellists: Jaime Uzeta, CEO of Public Allies, Farida Lambay, Co-Founder of Pratham Education Foundation, Matt Greenfield, Managing Partner of Rethink Education and our moderator Professor Elias Papaioannou, London Business School, to understand various perspectives on how to create a more inclusive workforce and break the cycle of poverty through innovation in education. 

Prof. Elias Papaioannou 

Academic Co-Director, Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

Jaime Uzeta

CEO, Public Allies

Farida Lambay

Co-Founder, Pratham Education Foundation

Matt Greenfield

Managing Partner, Rethink Education

9th March (Day 2)

The main purpose of Day 2 is to highlight the relationship that various industries have with SDGs and show how some businesses have already achieved material progress while explaining the work that remains to be done. The day will be intertwined with sessions highlighting social entrepreneurship.  

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Lessons from Female Micro-Entrepreneurs

08:00-09:00

To kick-off Day 2, we have partnered with the Wheeler Institute and Dharma Life, who organise a series of events called Voice of the Village. Join them as we bring together female entrepreneurs from rural India with technologists from Accenture and Amazon to discuss how the the pandemic has helped democratise access to state-of-the-art digital learning experiences. In this roundtable we will explore how virtual learning experiences can empower women to address challenges, such as: Education Livelihoods Social and psychological barriers to equity

Shalini Puchalapall

Director, Amazon

Gaurav Mehta

Founder & CEO, Dharma Life

Rajesh Chandy

Professor of Marketing; Tony and Maureen Wheeler Chair in Entrepreneurship; Academic Director, Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

Vainateya Gavai

Co-Founder, Siriti and VP Innovation & Creative Technologist, Dharma Life

Marco Huwiler

Country Managing Director Accenture Switzerland

Pooja Kumari

Dharma Life Entrepreneur

Ranjana Yadav

Dharma Life Entrepreneur

Nilah Mitchell

International development & gender specialist

Marie Ang

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA2021 student

Driving social and economic change in Africa through gender-inclusive financing

10:00-11:00

SPOTLIGHT: Finance x Gender Equality

Join us to discuss how Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) an initiative of the African Development Bank to reduce the USD 42 Billion access to finance gap for women empowered businesses in Africa. Esther Dassanou, Manager of the Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa Programme, African Development Bank.

Esther Dassanou

Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) in African Development Bank (AfDB)

Fashion for a fuller future

12:00-13:00

SPOTLIGHT: Fashion x Climate Action

The keynote address highlighting the present scenario of the fashion industry and the strides it has taken to fight Climate Change. The keynote will focus on the different issues around climate action that demand changes in the fashion industry while speaking about certain players in the fashion industry that have changed fundamentally to enable climate action from their end. The speaker will be announced soon. 

Natasha Franck

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Eon

Fashion inspiring the business world on Climate Action

13:00-14:00

SPOTLIGHT: Fashion x Climate Action

Leaders from across fashion’s supply chain will discuss the various practices incorporated to aid climate action and narrate stories of the successes that stemmed from such actions. Focusing across segments within the fashion space – such as the luxury segment and the fast fashion segment. 

Natasha Franck

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Eon

Eno Polo

EMEA President,

Global Brands Group

Jordana Guimarães

Co-Founder, Fashinnovation

Giulio Bonazzi

CEO and Chairman, Aquafil

Social Entrepreneurship Inspiring the Mainstream

14:00-15:00

A session connecting the global and local (or grass-roots) level to initiate discussions on how social entrepreneurship could act as a route to compliment or reinvent the mainstream. It also focuses on the ways in which micro-finance and funds could empower businesses to create a real impact on the society and environment. 

Professor Muhammad Yunus

Nobel Laureate, Founder of Grameen Bank

Richa Bajpai

Co-Founder of Goodera and Campus Fund, Forbes 30u30 (India & Asia)

SPOTLIGHT: Digital Tech x Wellbeing

Digital Innovation - Speed vs. Responsibility

16:00-17:00

Digital technology has become a daily force of our society, subtly influencing the lifestyles we lead and how we treat ourselves and others—a fact especially highlighted in the times of COVID-19. Join and listen to Dr Leslie's keynote presentation on the evolution of AI as a general purpose technology, how it impacts our wellbeing and what promises and perils it holds as we move ever more into a networked cyber-physical future. He will lay out some prospective avenues for mainstream industry leaders and technologists to head down in order to develop ethical and mindful products, in alignment with their powerful position in the global society of tomorrow. 

Dr David Leslie

Ethics Theme Lead at The Alan Turing Institute

Joining the dots of the digital ecosystem

17:00-18:00

SPOTLIGHT: Digital Tech x Wellbeing

Following on Dr Leslie's keynote introduction, Giri Kesavan will interview key influencers and opinion leaders in the industry (research, communications/PR and consulting) on topics such as defining digital wellbeing, public policy's role in shaping the mainstream or positive case studies that can inspire the rest of the industry. 

Amanda Lenhart

Program Director of Health & Data at Data & Society

Justin Westcott

COO Edelman UK, Head of Technology Sector, EMEA

Tera Allas CBE

Director of Research and Economics (McKinsey UK&I) - working closely with the McKinsey Global Institute

Giri Kesavan

Co-president of LBS Tech & Media Club

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Gender Lens Investing and Unlocking Capital at Scale

09:00-10:00

SPOTLIGHT: Finance x Gender Equality

Understand the challenges and opportunities for women trying to access capital and how private sector can be best leveraged in coalitions with Andia Laura Chakava, Investment Director, Graça Machel Trust.

Andia Chakava

Investment Director at the Graça Machel Trust

8th March (Day 1)

The purpose of Day 1 is to open a conversation around where mainstream business finds itself today and underline the need for mindset shift and social accountability in order to achieve change.

Separator_edited_edited.jpg

Opening Keynote in Celebration of International Women's Day

09:00 - 09:30

As a kick off the Reinventing the Mainstream social impact conference François Ortalo-Magné will interview  Charmian Love on moving away from a binary to a blended world – whether it is in the role of women in business , or the role of business in society. Charmian will discuss how the world can move from “yes, but” to “yes, and” mentality as a pre-course to the 2-day conference.

François Ortalo-Magné

LBS Dean

Charmian Love

Co-Founder B-Lab UK

Revising the Business Case for Impact 

09:30 - 10:30

We will be discussing the concepts around business agency and the societal responsibility of businesses. By highlighting examples where advocacy, policy and commercial progress has been achieved, this session will aim to make the content accessible to everyone. 

Caroline Diehl

Founder of Social Founder

COVID-19 Revealed Systemic Gaps and Innovation Potential

11:00 - 12:00

We will be joined by Professor Ioanis Ioannou and Bruno Roche (Economics of Mutuality) and we will discuss how COVID-19 provided an opportunity for businesses to step up as members of the society – and many did. However, unprecedented public scrutiny has revealed gaps in stewardship, calling for a re-design of capitalism with environmental and social sustainability in mind post-pandemic. If not now, then when? 

Bruno Roche

Founder & Executive Director at Economics of Mutuality, Former Mars Chief Economist

Prof. Ioannis Ioannou

Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at LBS

Petra Zilincanova

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA2021 student

Change through Individual Activism

13:00 - 14:00

Stacie June Shelton, the Global Head of Education & Advocacy at Unilever will join us to advise and inspire us on how to be an agent for good and how to choose an employer based on their values. She will then drive a debate among students from LBS, Oxford Said Business School and the University of Cambridge Judge Business School who have progressed change in their environments. 

Stacie June Shelton, MPH

Global Head of Education & Advocacy - Dove Self-Esteem Project, Unilever

Change through Education Innovation

16:00 - 17:00

Education has been one of the hardest issues for private sector to tackle because of the long-term nature of investment. We will be joined by our incredible panellists: Jaime Uzeta, CEO of Public Allies, Farida Lambay, Co-Founder of Pratham Education Foundation, Matt Greenfield, Managing Partner of Rethink Education and our moderator Professor Elias Papaioannou, London Business School, to understand various perspectives on how to create a more inclusive workforce and break the cycle of poverty through innovation in education. 

Prof. Elias Papaioannou 

Academic Co-Director, Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

Jaime Uzeta

CEO, Public Allies

Farida Lambay

Co-Founder, Pratham Education Foundation

Matt Greenfield

Managing Partner, Rethink Education

Change through Education Innovation

16:00 - 17:00

Education has been one of the hardest issues for private sector to tackle because of the long-term nature of investment. We will be joined by our incredible panellists: Jaime Uzeta, CEO of Public Allies, Farida Lambay, Co-Founder of Pratham Education Foundation, Matt Greenfield, Managing Partner of Rethink Education and our moderator Professor Elias Papaioannou, London Business School, to understand various perspectives on how to create a more inclusive workforce and break the cycle of poverty through innovation in education. 

9th March (Day 2)

The main purpose of Day 2 is to highlight the relationship that various industries have with SDGs and show how some businesses have already achieved material progress while explaining the work that remains to be done. The day will be intertwined with sessions highlighting social entrepreneurship.  

Separator_edited_edited.jpg

Lessons from Female Micro-Entrepreneurs

08:00-09:00

To kick-off Day 2, we have partnered with the Wheeler Institute and Dharma Life, who organise a series of events called Voice of the Village. Join them as we bring together female entrepreneurs from rural India with technologists from Accenture and Amazon to discuss how the the pandemic has helped democratise access to state-of-the-art digital learning experiences. In this roundtable we will explore how virtual learning experiences can empower women to address challenges, such as: Education Livelihoods Social and psychological barriers to equity

Shalini Puchalapall

Director, Amazon

Gaurav Mehta

Founder & CEO, Dharma Life

Rajesh Chandy

Professor of Marketing; Tony and Maureen Wheeler Chair in Entrepreneurship; Academic Director, Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

Vainateya Gavai

Co-Founder, Siriti and VP Innovation & Creative Technologist, Dharma Life

Marco Huwiler

Country Managing Director Accenture Switzerland

Pooja Kumari

Dharma Life Entrepreneur

Ranjana Yadav

Dharma Life Entrepreneur

Gender Lens Investing and Unlocking Capital at Scale

09:00-10:00

SPOTLIGHT: Finance x Gender Equality

Nilah Mitchell

Director, East Africa,

60 Decibels

Marie Ang

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA2021 student

Understand the challenges and opportunities for women trying to access capital and how private sector can be best leveraged in coalitions with Andia Laura Chakava, Investment Director, Graça Machel Trust and Nilah Mitchell, international development and gender specialist. 

Andia Chakava

Investment Director at the Graça Machel Trust

Driving social and economic change in Africa through gender-inclusive financing

10:00-11:00

SPOTLIGHT: Finance x Gender Equality

Join us to discuss how Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) an initiative of the African Development Bank to reduce the USD 42 Billion access to finance gap for women empowered businesses in Africa. Esther Dassanou, Manager of the Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa Programme, African Development Bank.

Esther Dassanou

Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) in African Development Bank (AfDB)

Fashion for a fuller future

12:00-13:00

SPOTLIGHT: Fashion x Climate Action

The keynote address highlighting the present scenario of the fashion industry and the strides it has taken to fight Climate Change. The keynote will focus on the different issues around climate action that demand changes in the fashion industry while speaking about certain players in the fashion industry that have changed fundamentally to enable climate action from their end. The speaker will be announced soon. 

Simone Cipriani

Head and Founder of the Ethical Fashion Initiative at the International Trade Centre

Fashion inspiring the business world on Climate Action

13:00-14:00

SPOTLIGHT: Fashion x Climate Action

Leaders from across fashion’s supply chain will discuss the various practices incorporated to aid climate action and narrate stories of the successes that stemmed from such actions. Focusing across segments within the fashion space – such as the luxury segment and the fast fashion segment. 

Natasha Franck

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Eon

Eno Polo

EMEA President,

Global Brands Group

Jordana Guimarães

Co-Founder, Fashinnovation

Giulio Bonazzi

CEO and Chairman, Aquafil

Social Entrepreneurship Inspiring the Mainstream

14:00-15:00

A session connecting the global and local (or grass-roots) level to initiate discussions on how social entrepreneurship could act as a route to compliment or reinvent the mainstream. It also focuses on the ways in which micro-finance and funds could empower businesses to create a real impact on the society and environment. 

Professor Muhammad Yunus

Nobel Laureate, Founder of Grameen Bank

Richa Bajpai

Co-Founder of Goodera and Campus Fund, Forbes 30u30 (India & Asia)

SPOTLIGHT: Digital Tech x Wellbeing

Digital Innovation - Speed vs. Responsibility

16:00-17:00

Digital technology has become a daily force of our society, subtly influencing the lifestyles we lead and how we treat ourselves and others—a fact especially highlighted in the times of COVID-19. Join and listen to Dr Leslie's keynote presentation on the evolution of AI as a general purpose technology, how it impacts our wellbeing and what promises and perils it holds as we move ever more into a networked cyber-physical future. He will lay out some prospective avenues for mainstream industry leaders and technologists to head down in order to develop ethical and mindful products, in alignment with their powerful position in the global society of tomorrow. 

Dr David Leslie

Ethics Theme Lead at The Alan Turing Institute

Joining the dots of the digital ecosystem

17:00-18:00

SPOTLIGHT: Digital Tech x Wellbeing

Following on Dr Leslie's keynote introduction, Giri Kesavan will interview key influencers and opinion leaders in the industry (research, communications/PR and consulting) on topics such as defining digital wellbeing, public policy's role in shaping the mainstream or positive case studies that can inspire the rest of the industry. 

Amanda Lenhart

Program Director of Health & Data at Data & Society

Justin Westcott

COO Edelman UK, Head of Technology Sector, EMEA

Tera Allas CBE

Director of Research and Economics (McKinsey UK&I) - working closely with the McKinsey Global Institute

Giri Kesavan

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA 2021

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8th March (Day 1)

The purpose of Day 1 is to open a conversation around where mainstream business finds itself today and underline the need for mindset shift and social accountability in order to achieve change.

Separator_edited_edited.jpg

Opening Keynote in Celebration of International Women's Day

09:00 - 09:30

As a kick off the Reinventing the Mainstream social impact conference François Ortalo-Magné will interview  Charmian Love on moving away from a binary to a blended world – whether it is in the role of women in business , or the role of business in society. Charmian will discuss how the world can move from “yes, but” to “yes, and” mentality as a pre-course to the 2-day conference.

François Ortalo-Magné

LBS Dean

Charmian Love

Co-Founder B-Lab UK

Revising the Business Case for Social Impact 

09:30 - 10:30

We will be discussing the concepts around business agency and the societal responsibility of businesses. By highlighting examples where advocacy, policy and commercial progress has been achieved, this session will aim to make the content accessible to everyone. 

Caroline Diehl

Founder of Social Founder

COVID-19 Revealed Systemic Gaps and Innovation Potential

11:00 - 12:00

We will be joined by Professor Ioanis Ioannou and Bruno Roche (Economics of Mutuality) and we will discuss how COVID-19 provided an opportunity for businesses to step up as members of the society – and many did. However, unprecedented public scrutiny has revealed gaps in stewardship, calling for a re-design of capitalism with environmental and social sustainability in mind post-pandemic. If not now, then when? 

Bruno Roche

Founder & Executive Director at Economics of Mutuality, Former Mars Chief Economist

Prof. Ioannis Ioannou

Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at LBS

Petra Zilincanova

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA2021 student

Change through Individual Activism

13:00 - 14:00

Stacie June Shelton, the Global Head of Education & Advocacy at Unilever will join us to advise and inspire us on how to be an agent for good and how to choose an employer based on their values. She will then drive a debate among students from LBS, Oxford Said Business School and the University of Cambridge Judge Business School who have progressed change in their environments. 

Stacie June Shelton, MPH

Global Head of Education & Advocacy - Dove Self-Esteem Project, Unilever

Shalini Chudasama

LBS MBA2022 Student

Chaitanya Nallaparaju

Cambridge Judge School

MBA2021 Student

Prerna Wadikar

Oxford Said Business School

Mba 2021

Change through Education Innovation

16:00 - 17:00

Education has been one of the hardest issues for private sector to tackle because of the long-term nature of investment. We will be joined by our incredible panellists: Jaime Uzeta, CEO of Public Allies, Farida Lambay, Co-Founder of Pratham Education Foundation, Matt Greenfield, Managing Partner of Rethink Education and our moderator Professor Elias Papaioannou, London Business School, to understand various perspectives on how to create a more inclusive workforce and break the cycle of poverty through innovation in education. 

Prof. Elias Papaioannou 

Academic Co-Director, Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

Jaime Uzeta

CEO, Public Allies

Farida Lambay

Co-Founder, Pratham Education Foundation

Matt Greenfield

Managing Partner, Rethink Education

9th March (Day 2)

The main purpose of Day 2 is to highlight the relationship that various industries have with SDGs and show how some businesses have already achieved material progress while explaining the work that remains to be done. The day will be intertwined with sessions highlighting social entrepreneurship.  

Separator_edited_edited.jpg

Lessons from Female Micro-Entrepreneurs

08:00-09:00

To kick-off Day 2, we have partnered with the Wheeler Institute and Dharma Life, who organise a series of events called Voice of the Village. Join them as we bring together female entrepreneurs from rural India with technologists from Accenture and Amazon to discuss how the the pandemic has helped democratise access to state-of-the-art digital learning experiences. In this roundtable we will explore how virtual learning experiences can empower women to address challenges, such as: Education Livelihoods Social and psychological barriers to equity

Shalini Puchalapall

Director, Amazon

Gaurav Mehta

Founder & CEO, Dharma Life

Rajesh Chandy

Professor of Marketing; Tony and Maureen Wheeler Chair in Entrepreneurship; Academic Director, Wheeler Institute for Business and Development

Vainateya Gavai

Co-Founder, Siriti and VP Innovation & Creative Technologist, Dharma Life

Marco Huwiler

Country Managing Director Accenture Switzerland

Pooja Kumari

Dharma Life Entrepreneur

Ranjana Yadav

Dharma Life Entrepreneur

Gender Lens Investing and Unlocking Capital at Scale

09:00-10:00

SPOTLIGHT: Finance x Gender Equality

Nilah Mitchell

Head of Kenya,

60 Decibels

Elias Habbar-Baylac

Associate, Gender and Diversity Finance, CDC

More than a check box: our conversation with leaders in investment and impact management will focus on gender lens investing, exploring the commercial and social opportunities behind taking a previously niche strategy mainstream across the investment process and company lifecycle. Our speakers will also address how gender lens investing is particularly impactful in emerging markets, with a tactical focus on their experiences working in and around Africa.

Andia Chakava

Investment Director at the Graça Machel Trust

Marie Ang

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA2021 student

Driving social and economic change in Africa through gender-inclusive financing

10:00-11:00

SPOTLIGHT: Finance x Gender Equality

Join us to discuss how Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) an initiative of the African Development Bank to reduce the USD 42 Billion access to finance gap for women empowered businesses in Africa. Esther Dassanou, Manager of the Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa Programme, African Development Bank.

Esther Dassanou

Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa (AFAWA) in African Development Bank (AfDB)

Onasoga Oluseun

Executive Director, Access Bank Rwanda

Zakhia Mbabazi

Female Entrepreneur

Fashion for a fuller future

12:00-13:00

SPOTLIGHT: Fashion x Climate Action

The keynote address highlighting the present scenario of the fashion industry and the strides it has taken to fight Climate Change. The keynote will focus on the different issues around climate action that demand changes in the fashion industry while speaking about certain players in the fashion industry that have changed fundamentally to enable climate action from their end. The speaker will be announced soon. 

Simone Cipriani

Head and Founder of the Ethical Fashion Initiative at the International Trade Centre

Fashion inspiring the business world on Climate Action

13:00-14:00

SPOTLIGHT: Fashion x Climate Action

Leaders from across fashion’s supply chain will discuss the various practices incorporated to aid climate action and narrate stories of the successes that stemmed from such actions. Focusing across segments within the fashion space – such as the luxury segment and the fast fashion segment. 

Natasha Franck

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Eon

Eno Polo

EMEA President,

Global Brands Group

Jordana Guimarães

Co-Founder, Fashinnovation

Giulio Bonazzi

CEO and Chairman, Aquafil

Maria Yamaguchi

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA 2022 Student

Social Entrepreneurship Inspiring the Mainstream

14:00-15:00

A session connecting the global and local (or grass-roots) level to initiate discussions on how social entrepreneurship could act as a route to compliment or reinvent the mainstream. It also focuses on the ways in which micro-finance and funds could empower businesses to create a real impact on the society and environment. 

Professor Muhammad Yunus

Nobel Laureate, Founder of Grameen Bank

Richa Bajpai

Co-Founder of Goodera and Campus Fund, Forbes 30u30 (India & Asia)

SPOTLIGHT: Digital Tech x Wellbeing

Digital Innovation - Speed vs. Responsibility

16:00-17:00

Digital technology has become a daily force of our society, subtly influencing the lifestyles we lead and how we treat ourselves and others—a fact especially highlighted in the times of COVID-19. Join and listen to Dr Leslie's keynote presentation on the evolution of AI as a general purpose technology, how it impacts our wellbeing and what promises and perils it holds as we move ever more into a networked cyber-physical future. He will lay out some prospective avenues for mainstream industry leaders and technologists to head down in order to develop ethical and mindful products, in alignment with their powerful position in the global society of tomorrow. 

Dr David Leslie

Ethics Theme Lead at The Alan Turing Institute

Joining the dots of the digital ecosystem

17:00-18:00

SPOTLIGHT: Digital Tech x Wellbeing

Following on Dr Leslie's keynote introduction, Giri Kesavan will interview key influencers and opinion leaders in the industry (research, communications/PR and consulting) on topics such as defining digital wellbeing, public policy's role in shaping the mainstream or positive case studies that can inspire the rest of the industry. 

Amanda Lenhart

Program Director of Health & Data at Data & Society

Justin Westcott

COO Edelman UK, Head of Technology Sector, EMEA

Tera Allas CBE

Director of Research and Economics (McKinsey UK&I) - working closely with the McKinsey Global Institute

Giri Kesavan

Panel Moderator

LBS MBA 2021

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