Alexander Andersson

Alexander is Sustainability Manager, China, Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) Production.More than 7 years at H&M offices in Shanghai, Hongkong and Bangladesh with management roles in sustainable production, sustainable retail and customer service. Alexander has degree in Pollical Science.

Guo Peiyuan

Dr. Guo Peiyuan, who holds a Ph.D. in Management from Tsinghua University, is the general manager of SynTao and chairman of SynTao Green Finance. Dr. Guo Peiyuan continuously focuses on research and practices about corporate social responsibility (CSR) and socially responsible investment (SRI), with abundant experience on research, training and consulting services. Now SynTao has become a leading CSR consulting company in China with offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu and Washington D.C. Dr. Guo Peiyuan has served for over one hundred companies, governments, and social organizations home and abroad, including China Mobile, China Pacific Insurance, Amway China, Volkswagen, International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), etc. He has served as a judge in multiple CSR awards. Now he also teaches MBA course Business Performance and Sustainability in School of Economics and Management , Tsinghua University, and teaches international student course Social Innovation and CSR in School of Social Development and Public Policy, Beijing Normal University.

Lu Jianzhong

Dr Lu, currently China President of Weir Group. Former Partner of Brunswick Group providing strategic advice to Fortune 500 and large Chinese companies (M&A, IPO, Transformation, Brand & Reputation, Sustainability, risk and crisis management). Previously Group Executive Vice President of RGE (China), Chief Rep of RGE (China), Chairman of Asia Symbol Pulp & Paper (Shandong) Ltd., Vice President Sateri Group. Prior to RGE, Acting President BHP Billiton Group (China). Dr. Lu received Ph. D on electronic commerce from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Master Degree on Industrial Management & Innovation from Ecole Centrale de Paris; Bachelor degree on Chemical Engineering from Zhenjiang University. Dr. Lu is Deputy Director-General of China Corporate Social Responsibility Think Tank, Member of the Shenzhen Manufacturing Strategy Advisory Board ; Co-chair of American Chamber (Shanghai) BCSR Committee, Founder of CSR Thought Lab, Guest Professor at Nankai University.

Luo Yan

Vice President of Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co., Ltd.

Bridge Mak

Consultant of Corporate Social Responsibility Infinitus(China) Company Ltd.

Robet Rubinsetin

Mr. Rubinstein is the Chairman and Founding Partner of TBLI Group Holdings B.V. with headquarters in The Netherlands. The Company was founded in 1998 with the mission of integrating ESG and TBLI into the culture and strategy of international corporate business and investment companies. Mr. Rubinstein has been instrumental in championing Sustainable and IMPACT investment dedicated to solving social issues. Prior to TBLI, Mr. Rubinstein had an extensive career in publishing. He founded the first bicycle magazine in The Netherlands, FIETS in 1981, and Source magazine in 1995, a publication focused on integrating “profits and principles” as a message to the business community. FIETS and Source were based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. FIETS was sold to VNU Magazines and it is still in circulation today. Mr. Rubinstein taught courses in Sustainable Finance at the Rotterdam School of Management from 2003–2006 and in his career has delivered many lectures at international business schools and universities. Rubinstein is a tenacious public speaker on both TBLI and ESG at global conferences and has been asked to speak at numerous engagements including the Global Reporting Initiative, the inaugural Impact Investing Israel Summit and World Pension Council in Singapore. TBLI was asked to organize a session at COP21, Paris in December 2015 and more recently, Mr. Rubinstein was invited at the request of Natural Step, a leading advisor on Sustainability for the Swedish corporate sector attended by King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

Wayne Silby

Mr. Silby is co-founder and Chairman of SynTao. He is founding Chairman of Calvert Funds, a $14 billion investment management group noted for their leadership in the area of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI). Furthermore, Mr. Silby serves as President of Calvert Social Investment Fund, supervising its private equity activities, and as Co-Chair of Calvert Foundation, a $200m investment intermediary that directs capital into needy communities. Mr. Silby is co-founder of the Social Venture Network, a group of socially oriented entrepreneurs and investors, Calvert Social Venture Partners, one of the first socially oriented venture capital funds, and Emerging Europe Fund for Sustainable Investment, a $60m OPIC private equity fund focused on Central Europe. In addition, Mr. Silby chairs the China Committee of Grameen Foundation, and he serves on the board of the Grameen Technology Council, an initiative aiming to bridge the digital divide. He is Strategic Advisor to the China Environment Fund (Beijing). Mr. Silby received a BSE from the Wharton School of Finance and a law degree from Georgetown University.

Sun Qi

General Manager of CSR Department,Caixin Media Co.,Ltd.Mr X has rich experience working in media, he is competent in exploring the market, setting up IP based marketing and multimedia spreading. Mr X is also a champion of charitable marketing, he has been playing a leading role building Caixin 's CSR department, which aims at to build up a first class. media team of China 's ESG.

Wendy Wang

As Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Wendy leads the team of legal professionals handling global legal issues for Mary Kay’s Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and Latin America regions[Need add “North America” area].  In addition, Wendy is leading the continued development and enhancement of Mary Kay’s Global Anti-Corruption Program and heads the Company’s Strategic Risk Management Function.   Wendy currently acts the Chief Legal Officer of Mary Kay’s operation in China and in her role, Wendy manages all aspects of the Company’s Legal Department. She is responsible for the overall assessment and management of legal risks and leads all efforts to ensure that corporate management objectives are protected and that the Company takes a proactive stance towards legal governance and compliance to ensure sustainable long term growth. Wendy joined Mary Kay Inc. in 2002 as a Staff Attorney at its Dallas corporate office. Over the years, she has held various positions in the Legal Department and has received numerous recognition and honors for her leadership and performance. In her tenure, she was nominated for the Outstanding Asian American Award in the “Law” category sponsored by the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce which honors individuals who have excelled and achieved greatness in their respective fields. [And Wendy mentioned, she was awarded other two prizes in the end of 2017, one is awarded by DCO magazine; one is also awarded by Greater Dallas American Chamber of Commerce. Wendy needs your help to check the specific name of the trophy which is put in her office, and update the honor and awards status later. ]Being also responsible for Mary Kay’s legal issues arising out of its Asia Pacific Region, she plans and optimizes the Region’s legal support structure, conditions and methodology to enable maximum support of business objectives and goals. Wendy has been instrumental in establishing the Legal Resources Department in China that has an aligned and competitive organizational capability. The China legal Resources Department received the honor of being named Team of the Year in the General Commercial category of the International Law Office’s 2013 Asia-Pacific Counsel Awards. Wendy is a member of the Region’s Management Team as well as a member of the China Leadership Team.

Jane Wang

Jane leads the tax practice for China Retail & Consumer sector. She has 20 years of experience in providing tax, business and investment consulting services to both multinational and domestic clients. Jane has extensive experience in working with multinational clients, and the services Jane provided include operation and business model transformation, market entry services, tax function transformation, mergers and acquisitions support, tax advisory services, IPO support, group restructuring advice, treasure related planning, location study, customs and international trade advisory, tax and operational compliance review, tax audit defense, etc. Jane is quite familiar with the retail and consumers enterprises in traditional operation model of B2B/B2C sector and also have extensive experience in the booming trend of e-commerce/cross border e-commerce business. Apart from retail & consumer sector, she has participated in serving a wide range of clients in other industries, such as media and advertising, telecom, industrial products, chemical and transportation etc. Jane is often interviewed by public media to provide professional comments on the latest industry development. She is a regular speaker at various senior executive forums, industry symposia and tax seminars worldwide. Jane is Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified Tax Agent (CTA).

Xu Shuaijun

Mr Xu Shuaijun, born in 1951, he acquired his  master degree on Science and engineering in Texas A&M University, Master of  Occupational Safety and Health in Western Sydney University. He was the formal director of DNV China and a senior engineer in Huston headquarter, directing the research of corporate  strategic evaluation and corporate sustainability. Mr Xu used to serve as a member of the joint project conducted by World Bank and other international organizations, he has been identifying and instructing over 100 international enterprises,he has provided evaluations and improving proposals for a dozen of American companies on their performance patterns.  Since 2007, he has been working in CTI  as an independent director , board member and president respectively, he currently serves as the general manager of CTI medical department and the president of CTI MEDLAB.

Yuan Boyong

Mr Yuan Boyong joined Bayer China in April 2010, he is now in heading up Corporate Social Responsibility and the group’s sustainable development, responsible for strategy setting and developing activities and projects around private and public sector partnership, and flagship projects.He also leads the Bayer China Volunteer Association, an employee self-organized and developed organization that currently has over 4500 volunteers, contributing over 50,000 service hours, to more than 65 NGOs across China.Mr Yuan is also being appointed as Bayer Care Foundation’s Role Model Program jury, to support Bayer employee social engagement projects on a global scale.Apart from his duties with Bayer, Mr Yuan is also very active among different CSR groups, he is elected as the Chair for EUCCC’s CSR Forum for 2016. He is also one of the founding members of ABA.Prior to his current position with Bayer, Mr Yuan was working with the World Health Organization’s Representative Office in China, in the media section, where he was managing media relations and collaborating with the Chinese health authorities on public health crisis and daily collaborations.

Cindy Zhang

Cindy is the Marketing and Corporate Communications Director, Stora Enso China. Cindy was one of the leaders and volunteers of Fenfang School project, a joint donation of school rebuilding case valued 4.2 million RMB by Finnish community in China to affected village in Sichuan during 2008-2009 after Wenchuan earthquake. She has been leading yearly drawing contests during 2007-2012 in Beihai with more than 10,000 children’s drawing collection for community communications of Stora Enso Guangxi Project. Her team won a Golden Award with success case of public communications against anti-eucalyptus wave in social media in the 8th Shanghai Public Relations Awards for Excellence by Shanghai PR Association in 2015. During 2014, Cindy led the launch of group’s Supplier Code of Conduct project in China, and kicked off the standards of Supplier CoC audit. Since end of 2016, Cindy has been leading Stora Enso China’s cooperation with WWF China in Green Me Campaign to promote certified wood and paper products to consumers. Cindy is the Chair of CSR Forum of EU Chamber of Commerce’ Shanghai Chapter. During 2014-2016, she was Vice Chair of CSR Forum of EUCCC Shanghai.

Zhang Shangzhou

Public Affairs Manager of Guangzhou Wang Lao Ji Great Health Industry Co.,Ltd.

Zhu Dajian

Doctor of Management, Second Grade Professor, Specially-Appointed Professor and PhD Supervisor with Tongji University. Liability Professor of IESD, UNEP. Director of Sustainable Development and New Urbanization Think Tank and Deputy Director of Academic Board, Tongji University. Dr. Zhu is also the Director of Ecology and Sustainable Development Institute, Shanghai Academy of Social Science and he grants national allowance by the State Council. Dr. Zhu has been working as a senior visiting scholar at Harvard, University of Chicago in 2005 and at University of Melbourne from 1994 to 1995. He primarily studies sustainable development and green economy, urban and regional development, public service and partnership between the government and business as well as CSR etc. Dr. Zhu also works as a member of the Governing Council of Global Agenda, Davos World Economic Forum. He serves as an expert in the management sector, National Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science, a committee member of Committee of Social Science, Ministry of Education and a specially-appointed expert and policy-making advisor, Shanghai Municipal Government. Dr. Zhu has instructed the Central Poliburo members of Viewing New Ideas and Trends from the Shanghai Expo on December 3rd, 2010. He won the People's Choice Award of Davos in January 2016.