Verizon, Google, and FT's Moral Money at BSR20
When you register for BSR20, you’re signing up to hear from some of the greatest leaders in sustainability. In just a few short weeks, tune in to learn from Verizon’s sustainability lead Rose Stuckey Kirk, Google’s human rights and public affairs experts Kent Walker and Alex Walden, and co-founder of Financial Times Moral Money’s Gillian Tett.
Can’t join us live in your time zone? All BSR20 participants will receive on-demand access to plenary and breakout session videos for one year.
Rose Stuckey Kirk
Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer and Marketing Executive
Rose Stuckey Kirk is responsible for Verizon’s CSR investment strategy and programmatic buildout, and as a senior leader in the marketing organization, oversees the strategic direction for all of Verizon’s social impact marketing activity.
Senior Vice President, Global Affairs
Kent Walker oversees the Google teams responsible for legal matters, government affairs, content policy, and philanthropy. For nearly 30 years, he has focused on the intersection of technology, law, and policy.
Global Head, Human Rights
Alexandria Walden is the global policy lead for human rights and free expression at Google. She is responsible for coordinating and driving the company-wide human rights strategy, using approaches grounded in business and human rights.
Chair of Editorial Board and Editor-at-Large, U.S.
Gillian Tett writes weekly columns, covering a range of economic, financial, political, and social issues. In 2014, she was named Columnist of the Year in the British Press Awards and was the first recipient of the Royal Anthropological Institute Marsh Award.