October 18, 2021

Keynote speakers include INGKA Group CFO & Deputy CEO Juvencio Maeztu, PepsiCo Chief Sustainability Officer Jim Andrew, Former Deputy Treasury Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin, The Rolling Stones Keyboardist Chuck Leavell, among others

CNBC to host virtual event on Thursday, October 28th  

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., October 18, 2021 – CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, today announced the speaker lineup for the 2021 ESG Impact conference, taking place virtually on Thursday, October 28th at 11am ET.

CNBC’s ESG Impact conference will examine the quantitative and qualitative ESG investment strategies that have proven success in today’s economy when it comes to returns and impact. The event will focus on innovative companies and organizations and how they create comprehensive sustainable business plans that address issues including climate change, stakeholder capitalism and DEI efforts. Corporate leaders and notable investors who are exceling in this space convene at the conference to share their ideas on the environment, sustainability and governance, where to invest and how to measure the impact. The ESG Impact conference is sponsored by Delta Air Lines and Morgan Stanley.

CNBC anchors and reporters will moderate the virtual interviews and the content from the program will be featured on CNBC’s Business Day programming and CNBC Digital.

2021 ESG Impact speakers will include:

Jim Andrew, PepsiCo Chief Sustainability Officer, Sarah Bloom Raskin, Former Deputy Treasury Secretary; CNBC Contributor, Lord John Browne, BeyondNetZero Chairman; Former BP CEO, Jean Case, National Geographic Society Chair; Case Impact Network CEO, Gabby Cazeau, Harlem Capital Principal, Sir Ronald Cohen, The Global Steering Group Chairman, John Doerr, Kleiner Perkins Chair; Co-Author “Speed & Scale”, Virginie Hélias, Proctor & Gamble Chief Sustainability Officer, Chuck Leavell, The Rolling Stones Keyboardist, Juvencio Maeztu, INGKA Deputy CEO & CFO, Ryan Panchadsaram, Former Deputy Chief Technology Officer of the United States; Co-Author “Speed and Scale”, Paul Polman, Imagine Social Venture Chair & Former Unilever CEO, Megan Reitz, Hult International Business School Professor of Leadership and Dialogue

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