2015 Global Diversity Leadership Exchange

New York, NY – June 3, 2015 – The Global Diversity Leadership Exchange (GDLE) has announced its speaker line-up for the fourth annual summit:  Sustainable Profitability: The Triple Bottom Line to be held on June 12 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.  GDLE is a forum for global thought leaders focused on diversity and inclusion strategies and sustainable business in emerging markets.

 The three Leadership Sessions during the Global Diversity Leadership Exchange include: Technology, Women and People with Different Abilities, an examination of the impact technology has on eliminating barriers, creating a gateway for marginalized and underserved communities of untapped potential, valuable talent, skills and opening a world of global business opportunities. Geraldine Moriba, SVP of Diversity Inclusion, CNN Worldwide will lead the discussion with Amir Dossal, Chairman, Global Partnerships Forum; Dean Garfield, President & CEO, International Technology Information Council (ITIC); Felita Harris, SVP, Global Sales, The Donna Karan Company, LLC; and Dr. Janina Urussowa, Founder & CEO, Noncommercial Partnership Cultural Center, Bez Graniz, Moscow.

Millennials Making Global Impact introduces young mavericks who represent the future of global business strategy: the triple bottom line of people, planet, profit, a values driven approach designed to create social impact as well as global business prosperity for all.  The Session will be moderated by Joshua Machiz and Bradley Smith, hosts of Nasdaq’s #Social Bell.  Panelists include Tiffany Pham, Founder & CEO, Mogul; Enrico Mangalindan, Executive Assistant for Head of Americas Monitoring and Surveillance & Co-Chair of UBS Pride Memberships and Communications, UBS; and Britnie Faith Turner, Founder & CEO, Aerial Development Group

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