Join us on October 16 to hear from two commissioners on NACD’s 2019 Blue Ribbon Commission on the Future of Board Leadership including commission co-chair, Cari Dominguez, former chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and director on the boards of ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) and Triple -S Management Corp. and Atlanta-based Luis Aguilar, former SEC Commissioner and director on the boards of Envestnet, Inc. (NYSE: ENV), and Donnelley Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: DFIN).
We are in the midst of a business revolution with profound implications for companies and how they are governed. Changes involving markets, global competition, regulation and, perhaps above all, technology are reshaping social and economic life in powerful ways.
Boards and their leaders need to perform against heightened, often short-term expectations and contend with ever-intensifying scrutiny from a wide range of stakeholders. At the same time, they need to meet the demands of the future by fundamentally reshaping how the board thinks, operates and interacts with the business.
Don’t miss this discussion of insights on leading boards into the future and staying relevant as an active or aspiring board member. You’ll also receive a hot-off-the-presses copy of the 2019 Blue Ribbon Commission Report, which contains useful tools for you and your boards.
The Honorable Cari M. Dominguez is a corporate director of ManpowerGroup, and serves as lead director on the board of Triple -S Management Corp., the leading managed care company in Puerto Rico with exclusive rights to the BlueCross BlueShield trademark. She is also a trustee of the Calvert Funds, and former chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Ms. Dominguez has also served in the U.S. Department of Labor in roles including Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employment Standards and director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. Her corporate experience includes various senior human resources positions at Bank of America, including director of executive programs. She was also a partner at two international executive search firms, serving in their financial services, human resources, and corporate board practices. Dominguez serves on the national board of NACD, where she chairs the Nominating and Governance Committee, and is also on the board of NACD’s Capital Area Chapter of Washington, D.C. She served as a member of the U.S. Department of Labor’s National Taskforce on Apprenticeship Expansion, and has also served on numerous nonprofit boards, including Loma Linda University Health and the Leadership Foundation of the International Women's Forum. She is the current President of the Women’s Forum of Washington, D.C. Dominguez has received numerous awards and national recognition for her public policymaking roles and global efforts to promote workforce development and diversity. Hispanic Business magazine has recognized her as one of the "80 Elite Hispanic Women" and one of the "100 Most Influential Hispanics in the Country." Women Inc. recently recognized her as one of the "2018 Most Influential Corporate Directors".
Luis A. Aguilar served as a Commissioner at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from July 31, 2008 to December 31, 2015. Currently he serves on the Boards of Directors of the following companies: Envestnet, Inc. (NYSE: ENV), a leading provider of unified wealth management technology and services to investment advisors and Donnelley Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: DFIN), a financial communications and data services company serving both the investment and capital markets worldwide. He is also on the Board of Advisors of Personal Capital Corporation, an asset management firm using online financial tools to combine transparency into customer finances with personal attention from financial advisors. Commissioner Aguilar is also a partner in Falcon Cyber Investments, a multistage equity investment vehicle exclusively focused on Cybersecurity Investments. Falcon’s goal is to partner with its portfolio companies to help them successfully seize market opportunities and reduce the cyberattack surface for corporations, governments, and individuals around the globe. Commissioner Aguilar was originally appointed by President George W. Bush and was reappointed by President Barack Obama in 2011. Commissioner Aguilar became the eighth longest serving Commissioner in SEC history and was one of only three Commissioners to have been nominated by two U.S. Presidents from two different political parties. Commissioner Aguilar’s tenure started a few weeks before the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the financial turmoil that followed and a few months before the Madoff Ponzi scheme was exposed. As a consequence, during Commissioner Aguilar's services, the SEC underwent a significant internal restructuring and entered one of its most active rulemaking periods that impacted all aspects of the capital markets. Commissioner Aguilar worked to modernize the SEC’s rules to reflect the innovation and changes that had long transformed the capital markets. He was an early advocate for the importance of focusing on cybersecurity issues and led the effort to bring together public and private sector experts as part of the SEC’s first Cybersecurity Roundtable held in March 2014. He is a recognized leader in the nexus of cybersecurity, investor protection, and publicly traded companies. Commissioner Aguilar represented the Commission as its liaison to both the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) and to the Council of Securities Regulators of the Americas (COSRA).