On October 14, JUST Capital launched the 2021 Rankings of America’s Most JUST Companies – our fifth annual list of the companies doing right by all their stakeholders – shining a vital light on how companies have responded during the COVID-19 pandemic and how they continue to shape our economy through the crises of our time.
In celebration of these leading companies, JUST Capital – in partnership with Forbes – gathered visionaries, impact investors, and corporate leaders at the Forbes JUST 100 Virtual Summit, a series of discussions around how corporate America can and must support their stakeholders through COVID-19, advance racial equity in America, and chart the course for business in a post-pandemic world.
In the coming weeks, we’ll be unpacking key takeaways from our panel conversations, including:
- An opening keynote conversation with Kenneth Chenault, Former CEO of American Express and Chairman & Managing Director of General Catalyst, on how investors can support companies working to tackle society’s biggest social challenges.
- A fireside chat on how we can make stakeholder capitalism a reality, with Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, America’s Most JUST Company.
- A discussion around the shifting role of corporate leadership with JUST 100 leaders Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chair of Mastercard, Kenneth Frazier, Chairman & CEO of Merck, and Risa Lavizza-Mourey, Board Director for Intel, GE, & Merck and President Emerita & Former CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
- An exploration of how we make worker financial wellness a C-suite priority with Dan Schulman, President & CEO of PayPal and Paul Tudor Jones, Co-Founder & Chairman of JUST Capital.
In the meantime, watch the full talk below, and explore all the conversations from our 2021 event here.