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This year, Pfizer leaders nominated three scholars to represent our company among a diverse group of 300 global leaders, selected for their work and accomplishments—and for their ability to transform ideas into action. Meet our scholars and learn about their experience at the 2017 Aspen Ideas Festival.
Meet Jackie Conde, Manager of Global Institutions Reporting, in Pfizer’s Corporate Responsibility group based out of New York Headquarters. Jacqueline coordinates the work of multi-lateral organizations and socially responsible investors on CR issues.
What are you most looking forward to learning at the Aspen Ideas Festival?
I am most excited to learn how various thought leaders, across many sectors, are collaborating to inform disruptive change in science and health.
What panels are you looking forward to attending at the Aspen Ideas Festival?
“Vulnerabilities and Resiliency across the Life Span”, “Deep Dive: Preventing Pandemics”, and “What’s Next in Global Health?”
If you were speaking on a panel at Aspen Ideas Festival, what would you be speaking about?
As a panelist, I would want to speak about the importance of sustainable development through the active participation across multiple sectors in achieving positive global health outcomes for all and how the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals is one tool to get there!
Check back in a few days to hear about our scholars’ experiences.
- What were your favorite panels or sessions that you attended?
- What did you learn from these panels?
- What is one thing you learned at Aspen that you’d be applying to your work life?
Jacqueline Conde (@CondeJacqueline) is Manager of Global Institutions Reporting, in Pfizer’s Corporate Responsibility group based out of New York Headquarters. Jacqueline coordinates the work of multi-lateral organizations and socially responsible investors on CR issues. She also supports the ongoing engagement of team members with global organizations in Geneva (i.e. WHO), the UN agencies, and the Gates Foundation. Before joining the CR team, Jacqueline supported Pfizer’s International Public Affairs group. Prior to joining Pfizer in 2011, she was the Associate Legislative Director for Assemblyman Gary S. Schaer, in the New Jersey State Legislature, 36th District. Jacqueline has a B.A. in Political Science and Psychology from Rutgers University.