Meet the Ideas for Action Competition Reviewers!

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Name: Pallavi Menon Course of Study: Neuroscience and Health Care Management Origin: Bangalore, Karnataka, India LinkedIn Name: Lucia Vita Course of Study: Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Origin: London, United Kingdom LinkedIn Name: Joud Tabaza Course of Study: Business Analytics Origin: Amman, Jordan LinkedIn Name: Kevin Meehan Course of Study: Finance and Entrepeneurship Origin: Chicago, Illinois, United States LinkedIn Name: Saloni …

Firmenich and the IFC Discuss “How Innovation and Partnerships Can Save Lives”

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By Roman Alexander Balin On March 27 2019, IFC’s Young Professional Network and the World Bank Analyst Program hosted Gilbert Ghostine, CEO of Firmenich, the world’s largest privately-owned fragrance & flavor company, at World Bank headquarters in Washington, DC. The informal roundtable discussion focused on how inclusive business models and cultures of innovation within corporate contexts can lead to pioneering …

I4A Co-Chair Dr. Djordjija Petkoski On Sustainable Investment in India

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Watch Ideas for Action Co-Chair and the Wharton School’s Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Senior Fellow and Lecturer Djordjija Petkoski’s full lecture as part of the ICCR Houston-India Conference. ICCR-HIC Djordjija Petkoski from Biyani Photography on Vimeo.   Video by Biyani Photo LLC – 1907 Sabine St #167, Houston, TX 77007 – info@biyaniphoto.com

A Student’s Experience with I4A: Thinking and Acting Outside the Classroom to Extend the Global Conversation in India

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By Pallavi Menon When I started my fall semester Legal Studies course at the Wharton School, I was anticipating a multidisciplinary perspective on corporate responsibility and ethics, as mentioned in the course description. Little did I know that my professor would provide me with the opportunity to work with an initiative shaped by Wharton and the World Bank. Shortly after …