WestRock CEO: How COVID-19 Has Changed the Global Conversation on Sustainability, Diversity

Posted On October 24, 2020
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In a story published by Global Atlanta on October 20, 2020, Trevor Williams shares details from a recent webinar hosted by GSU-CIBER in which J. Mack Robinson College of Business Dean Richard Phillips moderates a discussion with WestRock CEO Steve Voorhees about how COVID-19 has changed the global conversation on sustainability and diversity. The full story, is available on Global Atlanta’s website here.


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Conversations with Global Business Leaders | October 1, 2020



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