Mark Esposito

Mark Esposito is a global thought leader related to the Fourth Industrial Revolution where changes and opportunities that technology will bring to a variety of industries. He is Professor of Business and Economics at Harvard University’s Division of Continuing Education, and is recognized as one of the 30 most prominent rising business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50. Mark is also Co-Founder of Nexus FrontierTech & Circular Economy Alliance.

He is a global expert of the World Economic Forum and advisor to national governments.

Anders A. L. Rodenberg

Anders A. L. Rodenberg is the CEO of Denominator, the leading global provider of corporate Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) data and ratings for companies, investors, NGOs, and governments.

Prior to joining Denominator, Anders managed teams in Europe and was the Head of Financial Institutions & Advisory in North- and South America for Moody’s Analytics data division. Anders is an experienced speaker at conferences around the world and often used as a subject matter expert within global data for risk management and growth expansion. He was invited to speak at COP26 in Glasgow about the Social aspect of ESG and will also be speaking at various sessions in connection with World Economic Forum.

Anders currently lives in New York but is originally from Denmark and Sweden.

Klaus Dallerup

Klaus is Senior partner and managing partner for McKinsey in Denmark and a core member of the European leadership of McKinsey.

He works with both international and leading Danish institutions on shaping their strategies, innovations and transformation agenda to improve business performance.

Klaus holds a BSc in Economics and Business Administration and a MSc in Business Administration and Finance from Aarhus School of Business.

Lori Billingsley

Lori George Billingsley is the Global Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Officer for The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC). In this role, she leads the company’s DEI Center of Excellence, all directed to enable a more engaged global workforce, mirror the markets served, and support a more inclusive culture to best position the employees of the company to drive growth.

She has been with the company for 20 years, having spent most of them in a variety of roles with increasing responsibility within Public Affairs and Communications. Most recently, she was the Vice President of Community and Stakeholder Relations for Coca-Cola North America.

She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (Chair), NAACP Foundation, ColorComm, The Coca-Cola Foundation and Arete Executive Women of Influence. She formerly served on the Boards of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, United Way of Greater Atlanta, Atlanta Mission and Leadership Atlanta. She is a member of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Partnering for Racial Justice in Business Advisory Council and WEF’s Community of Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officers.

Lori is a featured speaker globally and has received numerous national awards and in 2021, she completed Stanford University Graduate School of Business Directors’ Consortium. Lori is an ordained minister.

Abdel Aziz Mahmoud

Abdel Aziz Mahmoud is a Danish author, journalist and television presenter. His parents grew up in Lebanon as the children of statelessness Palestinians, but his father fled to Abu Dhabi in 1982 because he was threatened by the Syrian troops in Lebanon. Abdel Aziz Mahmoud was born in Abu Dhabi in 1983, but the family had to flee again in 1984 because the Lebanese Security and Intelligence Service threatened Abdel’s father due to his political opinions.

In Denmark, Abdel Aziz Mahmoud graduated as a journalist from the School of Journalism in Århus in 2007.  He worked with Danish television news and with youth and consumer programmes. Abdel hosted the television programme “Abdel Mellem Fjender” and the radio show “Shitstorm” for the Danish Broadcasting Cooperation. Currently on “Go’ aften LIVE” on TV 2.

He has published a book “Hvor Taler Du Flot Dansk” which has been a bestseller in Denmark. The book centres on his own family background and integration into Danish society and won “Book of the year.”

He has ben a LGBT+ ambassador and spoken about being gay and Muslim.

Privately, he lives with his husband, Andreas Gylling Æbelø, who is a speaker and communication officer.

Kristian Villumsen

Kristian Villumsen is the President and CEO of Coloplast and overall responsible for around 13,000 employees in 40+ countries. He joined the company in 2008 as Senior Vice President of Global Marketing and Commercial Excellence and has, up until he became CEO in 2018, held several senior leadership positions, including Senior Vice President of the European business and the Emerging Markets region as well as Executive Vice President of the company’s two main business areas.

Prior to joining Coloplast, Kristian Villumsen was partner in McKinsey & Company where he primarily worked with clients within healthcare. In addition to his current role as CEO and President of Coloplast, he is also Board Member of Demant, a world-leading hearing healthcare and technology group. Kristian holds an MA in Political Science from Aarhus University, Denmark, and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University. He is married with five children and lives in Copenhagen.

Tine Arentsen Willumsen

Tine Arentsen Willumsen is the owner and CEO of The Above & Beyond Group, as well as the Founder of The Diversity Council – with corporate members such as McKinsey & Co, Maersk, Coloplast, Microsoft, Vestas, the Danish Foreign Ministry and PwC. The Above & Beyond Academy also runs a unique Advanced Leadership Program for women with professors from Harvard, Oxford and IE Business School. In addition the Above & Beyond Group is behind the annual Womenomics Nordic Business Conference.

At a personal level, Tine Arentsen Willumsen is a member of Global Women Leaders, who advice the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva and she is also the Founder and Chair of Sisterhood Foundation, a charity which help less fortunate girls and women in the slums of India with scholarships, business training and micro-financing.