This event, hosted by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, is primarily for CEOs, CHROs, COOs, CMOs, and other senior business leaders. The event will provide a platform for discussing the business case for engaging in public health for the benefit of the enterprise, its stakeholders, and the global community, while also providing insights on COVID-19, a case study on healthier buildings, and a facilitated roundtable discussion on the future of the intersection between public health and business.
The event is particularly designed for business executives who:
- represent economic, political, environmental, and cultural forces in today’s globalized world and whose enterprises have an impact on the lives of millions of people every day, often in complex and imperceptible ways.
- are aware of the changing nature of public health threats and acknowledge their personal ability to mitigate health, economic, and security risks associated with these situations.
- understand the critical importance of positioning their organizations to avoid unnecessary exposure, respond effectively, and support global health security for the good of the corporate enterprise, its employees and partners, and the broader community.
Participation is limited.
Questions about the program? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.