Date: Tuesday, April 5
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Supply chain issues are impacting consumers around the world in unprecedented ways during the COVID-19 pandemic. Consumer product shortages, resource management, and sustainability are at the forefront of discussion as corporate leaders operate in an uncertain landscape. With an eye on increasing and retaining diversity in leadership, our speakers discuss emerging solutions to challenges where new thinking is imperative as we look toward new futures for our planet.
Moderator: Susan Aplin, CEO of the World Trade Center Institute
Featuring: Sheri Hinish, IBM Global Executive Partner of Sustainability and Circularity (a.k.a. The Supply Chain Queen)
The Charles J. Busta III Business Forum is designed to showcase the thoughts and experiences of business leaders, especially women, to encourage creativity and personal growth. The series was created in memory of Charles J. “CB” Busta, a Notre Dame trustee and marketing executive who died in 1999.
All individuals invited to speak are accomplished in their chosen fields. We seek inspirational professionals of integrity who have made a real difference, overcome significant obstacles, or delivered dramatic success. We primarily seek women professionals with these credentials to present strong role models who can set a standard of achievement for Notre Dame students.
Our invited speakers are chosen based on a strong set of credentials, including: