August 11, 2015
By Daisey Holmes, President of BNY Mellon Foundation and Ann Fudge, Corporate Board Member and Former Chairman & CEO, Young & Rubicam Brands
Ann Fudge, former Chairman and CEO of Young & Rubicam Brands, spoke about the importance of being part of a corporate board, and how to better position yourself be considered. She is pictured with Daisy Holmes, President of BNY Mellon Foundation, who is the presenting sponsor of the C-Suite Retreat on Martha’s Vineyard.
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Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh spoke at the holiday reception C-Suite Conversation, sponsored by John Hancock. Also pictured: Daniel Arrigg Coh, Mayor Walsh’s Chief of Staff; Brooks Tingle, SVP of John Hancock and Board Member; Ralph Martin, Board Chair; Carol Fulp, President and CEO of the Partnership, Inc.; and James Gallagher How to Make Cyndi Lauper Halloween