Exceptional leadership rarely comes without grit, grace, and sacrifice. As the first woman of color and immigrant to lead a Fortune 50 company, Indra Nooyi, Former Chairman and CEO, PepsiCo, knows what it means to break down barriers on the way to fulfilling excellence and realizing her purpose.
During her 13-year tenure, Nooyi transformed PepsiCo’s corporate responsibility and sustainability goals, enacting initiatives like Performance with Purpose, the company’s initiative to make more nutritious products, limit its environmental footprint, and empower the communities it serves. As she navigated the demanding aspects of organizational transformation and a resistance to change, Nooyi simultaneously encountered challenges common for women leaders everywhere—limited work flexibility and a need for employer support as she grew her family.
In her newly released memoir My Life in Full: Work, Family, and Our Future, Nooyi shares insight into her early life, her rise into the most senior executive ranks, and a clear call for employers and government: reform our nation’s care ecosystem and the way we view work-life balance to unleash our economy’s full potential. Join us for this exclusive conversation between Nooyi and Jami Wintz McKeon, Chair, Morgan Lewis, as she provides more details into her memoir and shares her take on the importance of embracing women leaders, rethinking company culture, and more.
Each attendee will receive a copy of My Life in Full: Work, Family, and Our Future.
Ticket + Book: $25
Package of 5 Tickets + Books: $100
Package of 10 Tickets + Books: $150