Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on October 31st as we host Ingersoll Rand Chairman and CEO, Mike Lamach. Irish-owned, with headquarters in Davidson, Ingersoll Rand has over fifty plants worldwide on six of the seven continents. The $21 billion global company is committed to providing industrial and commercial products, services, and solutions.
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on April 20th to hear from Luke Kissam, Chairman, President and CEO of Albemarle. The company recently relocated its world headquarters to Charlotte from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Albemarle is a $10 billion global specialty chemicals company, servicing customers in more than 100 countries.
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte for a WACC CEO Series luncheon hosting Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America. Moynihan on February 22. As the leader of one of the world’s largest financial services firms, Moynihan will share his thoughts on the global economy and the work Bank of America does to drive responsible growth in the U.S. and around the world.
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte as we host John Ferriola, President & CEO of Nucor Corporation who will share his insights on the impact and future of the global and local steel industry. As Vice Chairman of the World Steel Association, and recipient of the Steelman of the Year Award for the second time, John Ferriola's work in the industry has been globally recognized. Despite market turmoil and imports capturing record market share in the United States, Nucor - the nation's largest steel producer and North America's largest recycler - has continued to generate profits.
Michael Tarwater Chief Executive Officer, Carolinas HealthCare Systems michael_tarwaterJoin the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on October 8th as we host Michael Tarwater, CEO of Carolinas HealthCare System who will discuss the role of Carolinas HealthCare in the global health arena and how its providing world-class healthcare service to our region. Michael Tarwater’s vision allowed Carolinas HealthCare System to develop an appropriate level of presence in promoting quality healthcare for people around the world. In collaboration with the Heineman Foundation of Charlotte, the Carolinas HealthCare System International Medical Outreach Program (IMO) is delivering medical assistance globally by establishing sustainable healthcare in underserved areas such as Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Africa, and Europe.