How do you Position your Brand? A Perspective Through Many Lenses

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Monday, November 7, 2022
6:00pm— 7:00pm
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Wendy Bea Dalwin & Ken Davis
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Young Seok Won Nancy Henderson Craig James Timothy Li Eliza Goode Rick Blume Sharon McCarthy Stacy Humphrey Avinash Chugh Laurie Barton Vanessa Valero Laurie Manos Elizabeth Stutzman Michael Simons neal piliavin Phillip Kim Jeanne Blauner Danielle Capalbo Richard Shain Brian and Margaux Kelley Deborah Edwards Sergey Lypko Julie Price Alex Chard Lisa Bennett Joy Chatwell Steven Berry David Rittner Jock Payten Frank Gao Andrew Cowan Jacky Chen
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Wharton Club of Boston invites you to attend the panel How do you Position your Brand? A perspective Through Many Lenses on Monday, November 7, 2022 from 6:00-700pm. This panel will feature three different perspectives from industry thought leaders who lead work for brands that have a purpose. We will focus on deeper meaning from which our panelists draw upon. This panel will explore how their organizations create with purpose, invite participation, spark stories-to build engaging relationships.

6:00-6:05PM- Welcome Remarks and Introductions
6:05-7:00PM- Panel Discussion: Gerard Georges, Director of Architecture, Build Health International, Monica Nakielski, Vice President, Sustainability, Advocate Aurora Health, Anthony M. Marino, Director, US Partner Relations -Public Sector Network (Certified B Corp) and Panel Moderator, Wendy Bea Dalwin

Event Chairs: Wendy Bea [email protected] and Ken Davis

This is a complimentary event, but registration is required to receive access information.

Gerard Georges, Director of Architecture, Build Health International
Gerard Georges is the Director of Architecture at Build Health International, a non-profit Architecture, Engineering and Construction organization, focused on providing equitable and sustainable healthcare solutions in low resource countries. He leads a diverse team of multidisciplinary professionals and emerging professionals who work on multiple projects in Africa, the Caribbean and South America. He has over 30 years of experience in healthcare planning, design and project management, including for University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda, the Enga Provincial Hospital in Papua New Guinea, and the BSL-3 clinical reference laboratory in Haiti. He has worked on several research and healthcare projects for Partners In Health, CURE International, Duke University Medical Center, Partners Healthcare, Southcoast Hospitals Group, Merritt Healthcare, Cape Cod Healthcare and Yale New Haven Healthcare. Gerard studied and taught at the Boston Architectural College. He has published articles in Healthcare Design Magazine and Beker’s ASC Review. Gerard is on the board of Sustainable Healthcare for Haiti and volunteers at YouthBuild Boston. He is the Co-Chair of BosNOMA, a local chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects and is involved in several committees of the Boston Society of Architects.

Monica Nakielski, Vice President, Sustainability, Advocate Aurora Health,
Monica and her team are responsible for providing vision and leadership in the design and development of Advocate Aurora Health's sustainability strategy. Her team works with AAH's senior business leaders, vendors and manufacturers, and community partners to align and implement the environmental health strategy and to create business, environmental, and societal value.

Monica has over 15 years of experience as a sustainability practitioner and consultant to Fortune 500 organizations, governments, institutions, and nonprofits.

Previously, Monica led and managed sustainability at MassGeneral Brigham (formerly Partners HealthCare) and served as the head of sustainability at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Most recently, Monica led the NA Health Care Practice for Anthesis, a global sustainability consultancy.

Monica currently serves as a Board Member of Healthy Building Network and is a member of the steering committee for Clean Production Action's Chemical Footprint project. Monica has a bachelor’s degree in Medical Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a master’s in business administration from Simmons College, and has completed executive education in sustainability leadership from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Anthony Marino, Director, US Partner Relations -Public Sector Network (Certified B Corp)
Anthony leads the United States partner relations for a Certified B Corp, Public Sector network. Public Sector Network as a whole, is a social learning platform, created to improve the life of public sector employees and the citizens they serve. The community platform is only open to government professionals who want to learn through best practice and example, in a safe, secure network. With over 15 years of experience within the event industry, Anthony has worked on everything from small intimate CEO gatherings to large 10,000+ person events and conferences. Developing an expertise in each, he has worked across multiple industries including Financial Technology, Oil & Gas, Power & Energy and now within the Public Sector. He thrives on understanding each partner he brings into the work with him and strives to help those companies make and develop relationships with key individuals operating in the public sector. One of Anthony’s areas of expertise is in examining and addressing challenges that occur for each partner and how he can help them strategically overcome those issues. Anthony holds a bachelor’s degree focused in Marketing, an associates degree in Business Management and minors in both Psychology and Brokerage from Johnson and Wales University. No matter the role, Anthony continuously devotes himself completely to the company and every partner he works with.


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