The New Abnormal: Navigating a Changed Landscape
  • Pat Russo, Chair; HP Enterprise, Director;
    General Motors, KKR, Merck & Co.

     
  • Ron Sugar, Chair; Uber Technologies, 
    Lead Director; Chevron
    Director; Amgen, Apple
The New Normal:
Re-imagining a Business Post Crisis
  • Anne Mulcahy, Lead Director, Johnson & Johnson; Director, Graham Holdings, LPL Financial, Williams-Sonoma; former Chair & CEO, Xerox
  • Maggie Wilderotter, Chair; DocuSign,  Director; Costco Wholesale, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Lyft

G100 BoardExcellence and J.P. Morgan's Board Leadership Forum Series

As the world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, corporate board directors play a vital role in navigating the path forward for their companies and management team. G100 BoardExcellence and J.P. Morgan’s Director Initiative are bringing together a select group of boardroom leaders from significant companies to participate in an interactive discussion on the strategy and steps to restarting business.  We invite you to join us for one or all of these Board Leadership Forum Series sessions.

Boards and leadership face a challenging restart ahead – protecting employees and customers, rebooting supply chains, reconfiguring physical plant, navigating reputational issues, and anticipating legal and regulatory scrutiny – while maintaining a focus on long term value as well as new opportunities on the horizon. These peer-engaged discussions will explore the path back to work after COVID-19 lockdown and recovery in a private off-the-record forum.

Format:
  • Meetings consist of 30-45 minute discussions
  • Moderated fireside chats moderated by Mary Thompson, G100 BoardExcellence co-lead and former CNBC and Bloomberg reporter
  • Private, off-the-record and subject to Chatham House Rules
  • Participation is by invitation only

MAY 06

2:00 PM ET

Getting Back to Business: Reopening and
Recovery

  • Frank Blake, Chair; Delta Airlines, Director; Macy's, P&G
     
  • Les Brun, Lead Director; Merck & Co., Broadridge Financial Solutions, Chair; CDK Global Director; Corning, 
MAY 13
2:00 PM ET

MAY 28
1:00 PM ET

Frank Blake

Frank Blake served as Chairman and CEO of The Home Depot from January 2007 through November 2014 and serves on the board of directors for the Georgia Aquarium, Delta Air Lines, Procter & Gamble, Macy’s, and Grady Hospital. Frank’s public sector experience includes having served as general counsel for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, deputy counsel to Vice President George Bush, deputy secretary for the U.S. Department of Energy and law clerk to Justice Stevens of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Les Brun

Currently, Les is chairman of the board of directors of CDK Global, a lead director of Merck & Co., Inc. and Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc., where he had been chairman of the board. Additionally, he serves on the boards of directors of Corning, Inc., Ariel Investments, LLC. and was formerly chairman of the board of directors of Automatic Data Processing, Inc. and chair of the compensation committee at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Les brings over 40 years of expertise in investment banking, commercial banking and financial advisory services. In 2015, he was recognized by NACD as one of America’s top 100 corporate directors.
Ronald D. Sugar
Ronald D. Sugar served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Northrop Grumman from 2003 until his retirement in 2010. He is currently a director of Apple Inc., Chevron Corporation, Amgen Inc., Air Lease Corporation, and Chairman of Uber Technologies.  He also serves as senior advisor to the private investment firm Ares Management LLC, Bain & Co., and Singapore’s Temasek Investment Company. 

Pat Russo

Pat is currently Chairman of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), a global industry leader in providing information management solutions to businesses around the world.  In addition to chairing the board of HPE, Pat currently serves on the boards of General Motors, where she chairs the Governance Committee as well as the boards of Merck and KKR and JUST Capital.  She recently stepped off the board of Arconic after ten years of service where she most recently served as Interim Chair and chaired the Governance Committee.

 

About G100 BoardExcellence and J.P. Morgan's Director Initiative


About G100 BoardExcellence

G100 BoardExcellence is an invitation-only program for board chairs, lead directors, and directors to enhance corporate board performance. Through peer-engaged in-person and digital meetings, the program provides members with an outside-in perspective on pressing governance challenges.  Members benefit from actionable insights to improve board effectiveness, stay ahead of emerging trends, and engage with a network of peers.
 
G100 BoardExcellence is part of G100 Network, the preeminent executive peer-to-peer convening, learning, and development organization.



About J.P. Morgan's Director Initiative

J.P. Morgan’s Director Initiative continues the firm’s long-standing commitment to assist our clients serving on public company boards by providing access to relevant advice, content and community. Our annual Board Summit and Regional Board Dinners bring together seasoned corporate directors to discuss critical issues, peer exchange, and networking. Our Director Advisory Services (“DAS”) group is a no-fee client-service which provides director candidate referrals for our corporate clients. To date, DAS has provided over 400 companies with access to our robust and diverse candidate network, which represents all functions, industries, geographies and market capitalizations. J.P. Morgan’s Director Initiative is proud to partner with G100, the preeminent peer-to-peer convening, learning, and development company, for this incredibly topical series.
 
Maggie Wilderotter
Maggie Wilderotter is a seasoned executive who, as CEO, has led both Fortune 500 companies and start-ups in her career. In addition, she has extensive Board leadership serving on over 35 public company and 14 private company Boards of Directors. Today, Mrs. Wilderotter serves on the public boards of Costco Wholesale Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cadence Design Systems, Lyft and is Board Chair at DocuSign.  Mrs. Wilderotter is also a Senior Advisor to the Blackstone Group, Okta, and Atairos Private Equity.

Anne Mulcahy

Anne Mulcahy was most recently chairman of Xerox Corporation. She stepped down from this role and from the Xerox board in 2010. From 2001 through 2009, she was also the corporation’s CEO. She retired from the CEO post in 2009 and retained the position of chairman She currently serves as a director of Johnson & Johnson, Target Corporation, Graham Holdings Company, LPL Financial and is the former Chair of the Board of Trustees for Save the Children.