Dunn is currently an Advisor to Social Ventures around the world and an Associate Consulting Professor at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (a.k.a d.school) at Stanford University.
She left Hewlett-Packard in June, 2005 after 22 years, the last three years of which were spent as Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Global Citizenship. In that role, she led HP's efforts on corporate social and environmental responsibility, government and public affairs, and corporate philanthropy. Through the efforts of Debra's team, HP received widespread recognition and numerous global awards for leadership in Global Corporate Citizenship. She was elected an HP vice president in November 1999, and she was named general manager of HP's executive committee in 1998, leading the Agilent spin-off process.
Dunn holds a BA in comparative economics from Brown University, and an MBA from Harvard School of Business. She serves on the Boards of the Skoll Foundation, B Lab, Globa...
Despite having no game, Jay Coen Gilbert co-founded and sold AND 1, a $250 million basketball footwear and apparel company based outside Philadelphia. Coen Gilbert led AND 1's product and marketing for most of his 13 years with the company, and served as AND 1's CEO during its period of most rapid growth.
Coen Gilbert is now co-chairman of Investors' Circle, a national angel network dedicated to "Patient Capital for a Sustainable Future" that has invested over $107 million in 171 companies since 1992. Coen Gilbert is a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute, and serves on the boards of the Philadelphia chapter of KIPP, a national public charter middle school; City Year, a leading Americorps youth service program; and Monteverde Friends, US.
He grew up in New York City before heading west to Stanford University, graduating with a degree in East Asian Studies in 1989. Coen Gilbert lives with his yogini wife, Randi, and their two children in Berwyn, PA.
Prior to joining the B Lab network of private enterprise for public benefit, Bart Houlahan, 39, was CFO, COO, and President of AND 1, a basketball footwear, apparel, and entertainment company. Houlahan joined AND 1 in its second year, when revenues totaled just $4 million. Over the course of the next 11 years, Houlahan helped to finance, operate, and scale the business to $250 million in brand revenues with distribution in 85 countries.
Before AND 1, Houlahan was an investment banker with Stonebridge Associates, BNY Associates, and Prudential-Bache Securities. He grew up in Chicago, and is a graduate of Stanford University. Houlahan currently resides in Devon, PA with his wife, Chrissy, and his two daughters.
Prior to joining B Lab, Kassoy spent 16 years in the private equity business, most recently as a partner at MSD Real Estate Capital, an affiliate of MSD Capital, the $12 billion investment vehicle for Michael Dell.
Kassoy is dedicated to growing innovative for-profit and non-profit models for social change. He is a board member of Working Today and the Freelancers Union, which provide affordable health insurance and other financial services to independent workers in thirty-two states. He also sits on the boards of Echoing Green, Wall St. Without Walls, and acts as an advisor to Civic Builders.
Andrew was raised in Boulder, Colorado and graduated with distinction from Stanford University, where he was a Truman Scholar and President's Award winner. In 2001, he was named a Henry Crown Fellow by the Aspen Institute. Kassoy has also been active in Colorado politics, and he has served as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is married to Kamy Wicoff...
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The co-founders of B Lab, Jay Coen Gilbert, Bart Houlahan, and Andrew Kassoy, unveil their infrastructure play that seeks to give voice to the burgeoning panoply of green business. They explain how a higher set of corporate standards accountable to the environment, employees, and the community, can craft a healthier corporate ecosystem for all.