Washington, DC Chapter Event
Event Topic: The Board’s Role in Strategic Planning
Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Location: Ris 1801 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Details of the Event and Guest Speakers:
The Washington D.C. Chapter of Women Corporate Directors Foundation invites you to join us for a thought provoking conversation about the Board’s engagement in strategic planning beyond a “ratifying” role. Topics will include the Board’s framework for collaboration with management in strategy development, adjustment, and monitoring; oversight in the alignment of strategy and risk appetite; tools to facilitate ongoing strategy discussion with management; and much more.
Our three esteemed panelists are Stasia Kelly, Co-Managing Partner (Americas) at DLA Piper. Stasia serves as a director of Owens-Illinois, the world’s largest manufacturer of glass packaging, and Huntington Ingalls Industries, builder of more ships in more ship classes than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder. Barbara Krumsiek is an experienced Trustee and Director, having served on public company, private company, and mutual funds Boards. Ms. Krumsiek’s qualifications include her financial knowledge and her experience with issues of corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, compensation, risk assessment and technology. Carol Coughlin, our WCD member, is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of BottomLine Growth Strategies, Inc. a growth advisory service firm which works with CEOs of privately held companies to transform their enterprise value through implementation of proven best practice financial and operations strategies and to assist them in the development of board governance best practices. Anita Newcomb, our WCD member, will moderate. Anita is the president and founder of A.G. Newcomb & Co., a strategic consulting firm to the banking industry founded in 1999 and headquartered in metro DC. Anita serves as an independent director for Luther Burbank Corporation and Luther Burbank Savings Bank, Santa Rosa, CA. She served on the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond—Baltimore Branch for six years during the financial crisis.