2017 Summit Speakers from counterclockwise left to right: Carly Fiorina; Doug Conant, Founder and CEO, ConantLeadership; Jonathan Capehart, Editorial Board, The Washington Post; Bill Goodwyn, President and CEO, Discovery Education; Gayatri Agnew, Director of Career Opportunity, Walmart Foundation, Walmart Stores, Inc.; Aaron Hurst, CEO, Imperative; Monique R. Herena, Senior Executive Vice President and CHRO, BNY Mellon; Balaji Ganapathy, Head of Workforce Effectiveness, Tata Consultancy Services; Kamau Bobb, Program Officer, Directorate for Computer & Information Science & Engineering, National Science Foundation; Gina Clark, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, and President, AmerisourceBergen Foundation, AmerisourceBergen Corporation; David Simas, CEO, Obama Foundation
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