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The Board of Veteran CEOs is an intimate roundtable discussion between 1-2 retired CEOs of Fortune 1000s and 10-15 CEOs from middle market companies.

To ensure our role as confidants, we provide you with access to a network of retired CEOs who have led the growth of mid-size companies to Fortune 1000 status. One of our veteran CEOs is Bob Weissman, the former Chairman and CEO of Dun & Bradstreet. Bob has passed on his knowledge, expertise and experience, as well as shared the leadership challenges he faced during his extensive 40-year career. Former CEOs like Bob enjoy getting to know today’s business leaders and learning how they are addressing the challenges they face in these difficult economic times. In addition, our veteran CEOs make themselves available for one-on-one conversations to dive deeper into the challenges your enterprise faces. During those discussions, you will be able to give and receive deeper insight on the obstacles your organization faces and how to get beyond them.

In addition to Bob Weissman, our recent panelists included:

    Bill Nuti, CEO of NCR Corporation
    Steve Rice, retired CEO of Seaman’s Bank
    Jules Kroll, retired CEO of Kroll Inc, Vice Chairman Marsh & McLennan
    “Kam” Kamerschen, retired CEO of RKO/Six Flags and Max Factor
    Bob Holland, retired CEO Ben & Jerry’s
    Richard Goeglein, retired CEO Harrah’s Hotels & Casinos
    Bill Glavin, retired Vice Chair Xerox Corporation

As the Chairman of The Board of Veteran CEOs, I am committed to building a platform where you can bring your most pressing CEO concerns and obstacles. Most importantly, it will be a confidential forum where you may find guidance and solutions. Please join me at The Board of Veteran CEOs to be held over breakfast at:

CresaPartners
100 Park Avenue, 24th floor, in Manhattan
Friday, November 12th from 7:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
For more information about The Board of Veteran CEOs or to reserve your seat, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at 646 435-5809.

Kind Regards, Ted Santos