The Best of Forum series features encore webinar presentations of the top-rated sessions from the 23rd Annual EHS Management Forum in Charlotte, North Carolina. These interactive presentations are peer-led case studies from leading companies that represent the latest in EHS and sustainability management. If you missed the Forum, this series is an effective way to benchmark your program, ask questions, and share the Forum experience with your team.
Understanding Board Expectations: What do EHS&S Leaders Need To Know?
Thursday December 3, 2015
1:00 -2:30 p.m.
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Cost: $99 for Members, $189 for Non-Members
This webinar archive will give you a peek behind the boardroom doors and explore the new and emerging risks that corporate boards and shareholders are focused on and how EHS leaders can be prepared to address and manage those risks. From governance to enterprise risk management and sustainability, this webinar archive will help attendees understand how they need to be shaping their programs and addressing their board's concerns. Yous will also get insights and practical tips for how to present EHS risk information to their BOD members.
- Libby Cheney, Board of Directors; The Offshore Energy Center & PinkPetro, LLC
- Thomas Day, Chief Sustainability Officer; United States Postal Service
- Martin Moran, Director Governance, Energy, Environment, Safety & Health; Lockheed Martin Corp.
Moderator: Kenny Ogilvie, CEO; EHS Support
Libby Cheney is a Founding Partner in TRIO Global Consulting, LLC, a firm launched in 2015 to provide business resilience strategies and systems to the extractives and manufacturing sectors.
Over more than 32 years in the oil and gas industry, Libby has held operational, technical and functional roles. For the past 10 years, she has performed in executive roles in environment, health, safety and sustainable development, including corporate and business line Vice President roles for Royal Dutch Shell and Hess Corporation.
Libby serves and has served as a Director on a number of Boards and Advisory Boards including IPIECA, OGP, the Offshore Energy Center, US Oil and Gas Association, Vanderbilt University School of Engineering Board of Visitors and the National Marine Sanctuary Business Advisory Council.
Day leads the USPS effort of being a sustainability leader by creating a culture of conservation throughout the Postal Service and leading the adoption of sustainable business practices. Day reports to Ronald A. Stroman, Deputy Postmaster General.
Working closely with Network Operations, Delivery and Post Office Operations, Facilities, Supply Management, a variety of vendors and the mailing industry, Day’s group sets policies and assists implementation in areas of Environmental Compliance. Sustainability, and Energy Initiatives.
Prior to serving in this role, Day was Senior Vice President, Intelligent Mail and Address Quality (2007-2011), Senior Vice President, Government Relations (2005-2007) and Vice President, Engineering (2001-2005). In this capacity, he oversaw development of all engineering efforts involving automation and operations, building and equipment maintenance, and the Postal Service's award-winning environmental program. In addition to his responsibilities at the U.S. Postal Service, Day also formerly served (2007-2011) as Chairman of the Standards Board for the Universal Postal Union.
During his 31-year Postal Service career, Day developed a solid operations background with various assignments in delivery, distribution, and logistics, including service as district manager of the Southeast New England District from 1996 to 2000. He is a third-generation employee who entered the Postal Service as a management associate in the Northeast Region in 1984 following five years’ service as an officer in the U.S. Army.
Day is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in engineering in 1978. He represented the Postal Service as a Sloan Fellow at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, where he earned a master of science degree in management in 1996.
Marty is Director of Operations & Governance in Corporate Energy, Environment, Safety & Health. He joined Lockheed Martin in 1981, assuming his current role in January 2009. He currently leads 4 departments including Common Systems, Energy & Environmental Programs, Health and Safety Programs, and Governance & Advocacy all supporting the company’s 5 main business areas. In addition he leads ESH operational efforts for our international business in the UK, Canada, and Australia.
Prior to this position Marty was Senior Manager, Delaware Valley Facilities & Support Services located in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, for Information Systems and Global Services. In this position Marty provided leadership to a diverse organization of 150 employees who provide facilities engineering, facilities maintenance, facilities planning, and special services to 4,500 employees in 4 states occupying 2 million square feet of office and lab space. In 2007, the East-North Zone facilities organization included $39M in overhead budget and $5M in capital improvement projects. In addition, he successfully led a culture change initiative where previously disparate and independent groups within the facilities organization now operate interdependently with shared ownership for organizational goals.
Prior to assuming his leadership role in Facilities & Support Services, Marty was on special assignment reporting to the CIO & VP of Operations with Integrated Systems and Solutions leading the Information Technology and Business Systems merger of two heritage Lockheed Martin businesses. Additionally, Marty has held senior level leadership positions in Manufacturing, Technical Publications (Operations), Subcontracts (Business Operations), and Learning and Development (Human Resources).
Marty received a Masters degree in Leadership Development from The Pennsylvania State University in 2006. Prior to that he attended Immaculata University where he received his Bachelors degree in Business Management. In addition, Marty has attended various corporate leadership courses and targeted training courses at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Business school.
Marty is a member of the Lockheed Martin Delaware Valley Network of Volunteer Associates (NOVA), serves on the board of directors for the Angels for Alyssa non-profit organization and is founder and trustee for the Methylmalonic Acidemia (MMA) research fund (www.mmaresearch.com) which has raised close to $1M since inception in 2001. He previously served as Vice President for the Bishop Shanahan High School Ice Hockey Club from 2003 through 2007.