ESG & the Board | Women in the Boardroom

Recorded Webinar

ESG & the Board

Rapid change is the new normal, with ESG being among the priorities. The rise in the need to understand ESG at the board level of US companies relates to stiff competition for talent, increased consumer demand for product information, investors seeking out opportunities to manage short-, and long-term, risk, and the macro-economic challenge of revitalizing the Innovation Culture in US industry. At the same time, board composition and succession planning of management and boards are seeming to be proxies for, or indicators of, how companies will fare in a future which is characterized by a cell-phone culture and institutional investors. During this webinar with Joyce Cacho, you will learn about:

  • If ESG is the same as CSR & sustainability
  • Frameworks for ESG accountability & finance
  • Ways for board governance agility to support ESG accountability


Joyce Cacho

Date & Time

April 16, 2019
12:00 PM ET


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About the Speaker

Joyce Cacho

President of Adinura Advisory Services

Joyce Cacho is President, Adinura Advisory Services, llc, a consulting company which was launched in 2012 to provide strategy and policy advice to companies targeting increasing their competitiveness through governance and innovation within the USA, and beyond. Ms. Cacho serves as an independent board member with a Fortune 200 company, Land O’Lakes, Inc. (Committees: Audit; Governance), and Sunrise Banks — a community bank with industry leading impact through Consumer Retail, Commercial Lending & Leasing a growing Fintech/Payments division (Committees: Finance & Audit; Compliance & BSA). Joyce’s Independent Board Director/Non-Executive Director work is grounded in experience as a Global Chief Sustainability Officer for a chemical company where she worked across business divisions and increased accountability in supply-chains, R&D and community engagement; National service on the USDA/USTR Agricultural Policy Advisory Committee; Board Trustee service as the Chair, Nominating & Governance Committee of Winrock International; and, in years of launching and leading Strategic Research in Corporate and Investment Banking.

Joyce is a Certified in Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and a Professional member of CFA Society of New York. She was awarded a doctorate in “Investment Decision-making & Corporate Finance” by the University of Missouri-Columbia. In 2018, Joyce was recognized as a “Directors To Watch” by Directors & Boards magazine and is a NACD Board Leadership Fellow.

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