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Driving Better Human and Social Capital Performance

Driving Better Human and Social Capital Performance

Wednesday, 1 September 2021
1:00pm EDT / 10:00am PDT / 6:00pm BST / 7:00pm CEST
Sponsored By
International WELL Building Institute (IWBI)
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As human and social capital become an increasingly large part of the ESG landscape, join experts from the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) and EY to learn how leading brands are leveraging evidence-based solutions to prioritize human and social capital performance and reporting.

Key Takeaways:

  • Hear how brands can develop a baseline for human capital reporting on human health and well-being
  • Discover how EY and IWBI are partnering with a wide bench of Fortune 500 companies to accelerate a global culture of health
  • Understand the critical role WELL can play in ESG, CSR, sustainability reporting

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Jade Dauser
Corporate Real Estate and Technology Leader
Ernst & Young

Jade has 25 years of experience managing global real estate, facilities, and indirect supply chain and procurement organizations, in addition to providing those services in professional consulting organizations. He has broad experience in technology deployments for the P2P track of large-scale ERP systems, along with enterprise-wide vertical systems implementation for risk management, vendor management, and IWMS, and various IoT technology strategies for real estate/facilities operations.

Mark Weick
Managing Director, EY Climate Change and Sustainability Services
Ernst & Young

Mark helps companies develop a clear action plan to take advantage of emerging ESG and circular economy trends and opportunities.

Matthew Trowbridge
MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer
International WELL Building Institute (IWBI)

Matt is a physician and scientist who says he’s happiest when integrating new ideas and approaches in his work. He’s currently focused on the impact of architecture, urban design and transportation on public health—and one of his personal passions is making sure people first places are equitable, reaching as many people as possible around the world. Matt is an associate professor at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He is principal investigator for the Green Health Partnership and also co-founder and lead instructor for the UVA Medical Design Program. Matt is board certified in general pediatrics and preventive medicine, with medical and public health degrees from Emory University.

Stephen Brown
Senior Vice President, Global Market Development
International WELL Building Institute (IWBI)

Stephen brings a broad range of experiences in his 25+ year career of supporting interior solutions and workplace strategies in commercial markets worldwide. In his current position as Senior Vice President of Global Market Development, Stephen leads IWBI’s – International WELL Building Institute global market development strategy. Stephen spends most of his time educating senior stakeholders who understand that human health has a profound impact on corporate performance indicators – including productivity, engagement & resilience. He also helps organizations discover the best place to begin their WELL journey to leverage WELL strategies supporting ESG/ GRESB / UN SDG’s & overall Human Capital reporting goals at scale.