In an environment where corporations enjoy more favorable trust ratings than government and media, the role of business in society is more important than ever.
To discuss this and more, please join us as The Denny Center for Democratic Capitalism welcomes Kimberly Simpson, COO and General Counsel at the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), a 23,000-thousand-member organization helping boards and board directors elevate their performance and create long-term value. The Denny Center’s Faculty Chair James Feinerman and Executive Director Bruce Shaw will facilitate a conversation with Ms. Simpson about important corporate governance topics drawing on NACD’s extensive research, thought leadership, and member input, including how boards are prioritizing their time and agendas, whether stakeholder and shareholder tradeoffs are really zero-sum, how boards oversee moving ESG aspirations into tangible strategies, and CEO pay from the board’s perspective.
Kimberly Simpson, COO and General Counsel at the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)
James Feinerman, James and Catherine Denny Chair in Democratic Capitalism; James M. Morita Professor of Asian Legal Studies; Faculty Director, Georgetown Center for Asian Law
Bruce Shaw, Executive Director of the Denny Center for Democratic Capitalism
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