Monday, December 5, 2016

Webinar Zero Hunger. Thurs. December 15, 2016 UNGC Network USA

Global Compact Network USA’s final event of the year. Join us to learn how companies large and small can contribute to making food systems more resilient, distributing food effectively at a global scale, and building an effective agricultural supply chain in a resource-constrained world.

WebinarZero Hunger: How U.S. companies can help achieve SDG 2
Thursday, December 15, 2:00 – 3:15pm EST

Speakers include:
·        Kim Fortunato, Director of Community Affairs, Campbell Soup Company; President, Campbell Soup Foundation
·        Matt Smith, Director, Food for Good at PepsiCo
·        Shawna Lemke, Director, Food and Nutrition Engagement, Monsanto Company
·        Adrienne Gardaz, Senior Manager, Environment, Food & Agriculture, UN Global Compact

Warm regards,
Ryan
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Ryan Brandenburg

Network Contact

Global Compact Network USA
www.globalcompactusa.org 203.219.5075

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