8:25 - 9:15
Opening Keynote: Fostering Innovation
Denise Morrison is the first woman to be named president and CEO of the Campbell Soup Company and among just 22 women - including her sister - to head a Fortune 500 company. Since assuming leadership in 2011, she has set about creating a culture of innovation, flexibility, and risk-taking at the 144-year-old consumer foods and beverages maker, tapping new growth markets with a host of product introductions. In her dynamic and insightful presentation, Morrison explains the importance of visionary thinking to compete effectively in today's global marketplace.
11:15 - 12:05
Morning Keynote: Innovation 2.0
In the debate over improving America's economic competitiveness, talk often turns to reforming education, building better infrastructure, and cutting red tape. But there is little discussion of the more endemic problem: how American business has moved away from its roots in technologically based innovation and toward a culture of quarterly profit taking. Rana Foroohar, TIME's assistant managing editor for business and economic coverage, provides an in-depth look at the lessons to be drawn from winning businesses and economic models in both the US and abroad.
1:15 - 2:05
Afternoon Keynote: My LIfe from Zero to 60, Plus 20
Winner of every major award in the entertainment industry, Rita Moreno has lived a life that is worthy of its own Hollywood movie. Despite early success, however, the legendary actress, singer, and dancer had to struggle for years against Hollywood typecasting as well as against her own self-doubts. With her signature wit, warmth, and candor, Moreno describes her journey from early childhood in Puerto Rico through a spectacular career that spans seven decades and still continues to flourish.
4:00 - 5:00
Closing Keynote Address: Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton
Hillary Rodham Clinton Former Secretary of State and Former U.S. Senator from New YorkModerator: Helen Drinan
Hillary Rodham Clinton served as the nation's 67th Secretary of State from 2009 until 2013, after nearly four decades in public service. Her "smart power" approach to foreign policy repositioned American diplomacy and development for the 21st century. Clinton played a central role in restoring America's standing in the world, reasserting the United States as a pacific power, imposing crippling sanctions on Iran and North Korea, responding to the Arab Awakening, and negotiating a ceasefire in the Middle East. Earlier, as First Lady and then Senator from New York, she traveled to more than 80 countries as a champion of human rights, democracy, and opportunities for women and girls. Clinton also worked to provide health care to millions of children, create jobs and opportunity, and support first responders who risked their lives at Ground Zero. In her historic campaign for U.S. President in 2008, Clinton won 18 million votes.