Alfonso Giuliano Navarro CarvalloCEO, Consultoria Empresarial ELITE
- Consultoria Empresarial ELITE
Director, Centre for Well-Being, Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity (WISE), OECD
Romina Boarini is the Director of WISE: the Centre for Well-being, Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity. She was previously Head of Inclusive Growth and Senior Advisor to the OECD Secretary-General. She launched the Framework for Policy Action on Inclusive Growth and the Business for Inclusive Growth. She is currently co-steering the OECD’s horizontal initiatives on Impact Measurement. Prior, as Deputy Head of the Well-Being Division of the Statistics Directorate and the Head of the Well-Being and Progress Section, Ms Boarini was responsible for the OECD Better Life Initiative, the statistical pillar of the OECD Inclusive Growth Initiative and the OECD Pilot Study on SDGs. She also led the Statistics Directorate’s contributions to SDGs-related National Development Strategies and the project on Business and Well-Being, in addition to overseeing various well-being initiatives in collaboration with OECD member and non-member countries. Before joining the OECD in 2005 as a Young Professional, Ms Boarini was a post-doctoral fellow in Sustainable Development (Chaire EDF-Ecole Polytechnique) and worked as a consultant to the French Ministry of Social Affairs. Ms Boarini holds a PhD in Economics from the École Polytechnique in Paris, and a Master’s Degree in Economics from École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris.
Institutions, Governments, and Cities Executive Lead, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Sylvia Metayer is Sodexo’s Chief Growth Officer since September 2019 and a member of the Executive Committee since 2015. In her role, Sylvia has responsibility for ensuring that Strategy, Marketing and Sales are aligned around a consistent client and consumer-centric go-to-market strategy, all powered by Digital and Innovation. Sylvia was previously CEO of Sodexo’s Corporate Services Worldwide Segment.
Sylvia is a Non Executive Director for Page Group. She also serves on the International Advisory Board for HEC Business School, and on the Board of the Digital Mission for the French Governement. Within Sodexo, Sylvia is a founding member of SoTogether, the Group’s women network, and Executive sponsor of Pride, its LGBT network.
Sylvia holds a business degree from the HEC. She’s also a graduate of Queen’s University, Canada and of the University of Ottawa, Canada.
Sylvia is French/British/Canadian, and speaks French and English
I am a specialist in applied economics in the areas of budgeting, evaluations, social policy and labour market issues in over 30 developed and developing countries with over 30 years’ experience in LAC and North America, Africa, CEE, CIS, Middle East, Far East and EU countries. I have been economic adviser for the UN on three occasions concentrating on women´s economic and social rights. Since the end of 2002, as founding partner of Almenara Estudios Económicos y Sociales, S.L., I was senior researcher for various reports for the European Parliament and European Commission; and also an international consultant for various UN agencies. I have been Expert for Spain (2003-2008) in the 'Group of non-governmental experts in the fight against poverty and social exclusion' for the European Commission; EU senior gender expert (2009-2011) in the Network of Socio Economic experts in the Discrimination Field; Member of the Scientific Board of External Evaluators of the GENISLAB project (2012-2015), a project on gender budgeting applied in public universities; Expert for Spain in the European Social Fund evaluation network (2011-2012); Skillsnet expert (expert on labour market statistics and analysis of skills and occupations, CEDEFOP (2008-2010).Since 2015 I have returned to consulting for UN Agencies and for the European Institute for Gender Equality. I have also taken courses on business and human rights and on data science. My main interests are in gender equality, future of work, applied data science and researching the damage of multi level marketing firms to consumers, in particular women.
Head, Green Growth and Global Relations Division & Director, Centre for Well-being, Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunities, OECD
Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government and Professor of Global Economic Governance, Oxford University
A respected child rights activist, Inger has been associated with Save the Children for more than 25 years, first serving as a youth advocate and later on the Boards of Save the Children Sweden and Save the Children International. Prior to her appointment in September 2019, Inger was Director General at the Swedish Agency against Segregation, a Swedish government agency, where she worked to reduce segregation and social inequality, with a special focus on improving the situation in socio-economically disadvantaged areas. She has also served as the National Coordinator for Youth Not in Education or Employment for the Swedish Government, Deputy Director General of the Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society and the CEO of the Global Child Forum.
Author; Professor of Geography, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
Associate Professor of Mathematics & Associate Professor of Economics/Associate Member of the Oxford-Man Institute, Université Paris Dauphine & CNRS/University of Oxford