Please join us for an unforgettable evening of celebrating corporate governance excellence and exemplary boardroom leaders.
For one remarkable night, we are bringing the region's best directors out of the boardroom and onto the stage to recognize their accomplishments and exceptional leadership.
Join NACD Three Rivers Chapter and ACG Pittsburgh as we welcome Carol Jackson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of HarbisonWalker International for a discussion on building a corporate culture that adds value and differentiates.
Blockchain in the Boardroom
During this timely program, entrepreneur, author and speaker Jen Wolfe and E&Y partner and enterprise applications leader Gaurav Malhotra will summarize and highlight the hype about blockchain in layman's terms, why it matters, and what you need to know in the boardroom about how it will affect business throughout various industries.
The #MeToo movement and revelations as recent as last week have created a media flurry, with ensuing public accusations against individuals, companies, and boards alike. Boardrooms, both corporate and non-profit, need to ensure they are discussing this topic before they are forced to actâ€“or react. Directors can no longer afford to claim limited insight into the culture of their companies. They need to proactively address these topics before they become a risk or potential reputational damage that leads straight to value destruction.
Join moderator, Rachel Allen, and your director peers for a fireside chat with NACDâ€™s board recruitment practice leader, Rochelle Campbell, as we explore:
â€¢ How boards can begin these tough conversations,
â€¢ What they should consider when issues arise,
â€¢ The potential removal of perpetrators, and
â€¢ What any replacement may signal to shareholders.
Join members from NACD Three Rivers Chapter and ACG Pittsburgh for our March lunch program with Kenneth Krause as he discusses how M&A transactions are generating record growth for MSA Safety Incorporated.
The Director of the Year (DOY) Program of the NACD Three Rivers Chapter recognizes independent directors of corporate boards or non-profit organizations who have made courageous and/or valuable contributions to the boards on which they serve. It also recognizes an entire board that has significantly protected or enhanced stakeholder value.
Join us as we celebrate and honor some of the most engaged corporate directorsâ€“boardroom leaders in the profit and non-profit sectors, within the NACD Three Rivers footprint â€“ Buffalo, New York; Cincinnati & Cleveland, Ohio; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Matthews' President & CEO Joseph Bartolacci will share the company's remarkable history, its biggest governance challenges and why the 167-year-old, $1.5 billion company will continue to reinvent itself for years to come.