Over the past few years MIT Sloan has been deepening its commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. In 2021 the focus has been on the innovation economy; exploring different ways of thinking about innovation and inclusion, and how organizations, businesses and individuals can make a difference.
The MIT C-Suite Summit, hosted in partnership with the MIT Sloan Affinity Group Alumni Council and the MIT Institute Community & Equity Office, invites executives within the MIT Sloan and broader alumni ecosystem to discuss this important moment in time, how vital it is to get corporate DE&I actions right, and what it means to truly future-proof corporate America.
Attendees will be provided with best practices, new networks, and a chance to discuss timely topics such as:
- Where does corporate America go from here?
- How can they move from intention to impact?
- How can we hold organizations accountable to public DE&I pledges?
Join us on Tuesday, September 21, at 12:00 p.m. ET.
Nathalie Molina Niño, Managing Director at Known Holdings
Rashad Robinson, President at Color Of Change
Corey Thomas, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Rapid7
Robert Matthews, Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at Exelon Utilities
Melissa Bradley, Founder and Partner at 1863 Ventures
Malia Lazu, Founder at The Urban Labs; Lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management