Good for Society Is Good for Business

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Today’s business leaders are called on to demonstrate their efforts to balance profit with purpose, people, and planet. Join three of this year’s AACSB Influential Leaders in a panel discussion on how integrating societal causes into one’s work not only contributes to a better society but also promotes better business. Facilitated by AACSB’s president and CEO, Caryn Beck-Dudley, this recorded webinar will feature three different journeys by alumni of AACSB-accredited schools who exemplify what it means to be a societal impact leader.  



Victoria Mandefield, Founder and CEO, Solinum

Victoria Mandefield is a social entrepreneur from France and the founder and CEO of Solinum, creator of Soliguide, a survival guide and support for the homeless. Mandefield is driven to change the world by using innovation to increase societal impact and fight poverty. She is an alum of Audencia Business School.



Tam Robert Nguyen, Global Head of Impact and President of, Bechtel Corporation

Tam Robert Nguyen has helped evolve Bechtel's corporate responsibility; sustainability; and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) standards. He is guided by his belief that sustainability is not isolated from politics, policies, institutions, and systems and that it does not reside in one function or one leader—everyone must be responsible. He is an alum of Newcastle University Business School, Newcastle University.



Candice Tse, Managing Director and Global Head of Strategic Advisory Solutions, Goldman Sachs

Candice Tse focuses on global capital market research, macroeconomic strategy, portfolio construction, and client engagement in her role at Goldman Sachs. In addition, Tse developed the firm’s EMPOWER the Investor framework, which guides Asian, Black, female, Hispanic/Latinx, and LGBTQ investors toward greater financial success, and she serves as co-head of the Asian Network within Asset Management. Tse is an alum of Rutgers Business School, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey-Newark/New Brunswick.

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Caryn Beck-Dudley, President and Chief Executive Officer, AACSB International


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