CECP Identifies Rare Potential and Shared Responsibility of Senior Executives to Take Action on Society's Toughest Challenges
NEW YORK, Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
-- Marc Benioff, Ursula Burns, Karim Khoja, Bob Moritz, James Prokopanko, and Ginni Rometty speak with audience of 50 Fortune 500 CEOs about their corporate societal commitments. -- CECP launches new brand and engagement model for CEOs which focuses on "Top Actions" CEOs can take to lead corporate societal engagement within their companies and the business community. -- Companies and nonprofits all over the world recognize International Corporate Philanthropy Day through commitments and initiatives.
CECP, an organization that leverages the work of global corporate leaders to address societal challenges, will convene nearly 50 of its Fortune 500 CEO members for the annual Board of Boards CEO Conference to discuss the actions CEOs are taking to solve societal issues. CEOs will gather on International Corporate Philanthropy Day (ICPD) to hear from their CEO peers, including Marc Benioff, Ursula Burns, Karim Khoja, Bob Moritz, James Prokopanko, and Ginni Rometty, and share their experiences of how busy CEOs can make community investment a part of their stewardship of the company.
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