“You know what? You don’t do enough for women.”
When Beth Brooke-Marciniak, board director and former global vice chair of public policy at EY, received this comment from a friend at dinner, she was shocked at first, especially after years of mentoring women. Once the shock wore off, she realized that rather than just playing smart with her platform, she could make monumental change—and not just for women.
During her plenary speech at the BSR Conference 2019, Brooke-Marciniak shared her perspective on coming out years into her career and provides tips on authenticity, being an ally, and using one’s platform and voice.
Watch the full video below:
The BSR Conference 2019, which took place November 12-14 in San Jose, gathered sustainability leaders from business, government, and civil society to explore the theme of “The New Climate for Business.” Check out the conversation on Twitter at #BSR19 and see all video highlights on BSR’s YouTube channel.
Tweet me: .@EY_US Board Member and Former Global Vice Chair of Public Policy Beth Brooke-Marciniak’s (@BethBrooke_EY) plenary address at the @BSRnews Conference 2019: https://youtu.be/-KVZXrfd2HQ #BSR19
KEYWORDS: BSR, BSR19, Beth Brooke-Marciniak, Ernst & Young