Chapter Meeting

Please join the Society's Chicago Chapter for an Engaging Panel Discussion on

Sustainability and ESG: The Fastest Growing Trend in Governance

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM  

Please join your Chicago Chapter colleagues for a discussion on the fastest growing trend in governance that is here to stay – Sustainability and ESG. What you need to know about the investor demand driving it, how SASB is working with companies and investors, and why corporate secretaries are at the center.

Program Details:

Registration/Networking: 5:30 - 6:00 PM 
Program and Dinner: 6:00 - 7:30 PM 

Free. Thanks to our sponsor CamberView Partners!


Rosemont (location TBD)



  • Chad Spitler - Senior Advisor, CamberView Partners
    Chad is a Senior Advisor and consults on sustainable business practices at CamberView Partners. He previously served as a Partner and the firm’s Chief Operating Officer (COO). Before joining CamberView, Chad served for 15 years as a senior executive at BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, most recently as Managing Director and COO for the Corporate Governance & Responsible Investment team. In that role, he advised institutional clients on sustainable investing and oversaw analysis of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors within the firm’s investment process, including issuer engagement and proxy voting. Prior to that, Chad was a Senior Market Research Analyst with the Franklin Templeton Group.

  • David Post - Director of Research, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)
    David leads SASB’s Research Team, which includes sector analysts, a Technical Director and a Stakeholder Outreach Manager. The team identifies, researches and consults with issuers, investors and subject matter experts regarding financially material, industry-specific sustainability risks and opportunities. The result of the team’s rigorous and transparent process, in conjunction with close oversight by the Standards Board, is a set of 77 industry-specific topics and associated metrics, designed to be low cost to issuers and enable investors and issuers to make effective capital allocation decisions. David has been an equity portfolio manager and research analyst for over twenty years, during which time he led the equity research departments of two multi-billion dollar AUM firms. He has researched, invested in and visited companies in nearly all sectors.​

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