Yale CEO Summit at the NYSE

On Wednesday, June 8, the Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute, part of the Yale School of Management, returned to the New York Stock Exchange for the 66th gathering of the Yale CEO Summit, the nation's first CEO college. The conference theme: "Settling Old Debts While Taking on New Risks".

To mark this occasion Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale Senior Associate Dean and President and CEO of the Yale Chief Executive leadership Institute, rang the NYSE Opening Bell.  He was joined on the podium by:

  • Douglas Bergeron, Chairman & CEO, VeriFone Systems (NYSE: PAY);
  • Jon Corzine, Chairman & CEO, MF Global (NYSE: MF);
  • David Deiters, President, North Highland;
  • Gregory Durant, Vice Chairman, Deloitte;
  • Thomas Glocer, CEO, Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI);
  • Christine Jacobs, Chairman, President & CEO, Theragenics Corporation (NYSE: TGX);
  • Stuart Miller, President & CEO, Lennar Corporation (NYSE: LEN);
  • Albert Morales, Managing Partner, IBM (NYSE: IBM);
  • Clarke Murphy, Managing Director, Russell Reynolds Associates;
  • Nicholas Pinchuk, Chairman, President & CEO, Snap-on Tools (NYSE: SNA);
  • William Roberti, Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal;
  • Steve Shaw, President & CEO, Volt Information Sciences and
  • Marc Sonnenfeld, Partner, Morgan Lewis & Bockius
About Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute

The Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute was founded in 1989 to provide original research on top leadership and lively, current educational forums through peer-driven learning for accomplished leaders across a range of sectors.  To learn more about the CELI, visit: celi.som.yale.edu.