James Rhee

James Rhee
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James Rhee is an acclaimed entrepreneur, leader, goodwill strategist, and educator who empowers people, brands, and organizations by identifying and unleashing purpose with mathematical and creative systems. He is an award-winning thought leader on topics such as multidimensional transformation, the intersection of capital, race, and gender, the future of capitalism, and values-based investing and leadership. James is the Johnson Chair of Entrepreneurship at Howard University and the Executive-in-Residence at the MIT Leadership Center. He also serves on the Governing Committee of CEO Action for Racial Equity and Conscious Capitalism. He is a former director of the NRF and a 2016 Power Player honoree for his reinvention of Ashley Stewart as CEO and investor.

His recently release TED talk has eclipsed one million millions in a little over one month.

Speaking in:

January 16
9:45 am10:15 am
Javits North, Level 5, SAP Theatre
Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts are moving organizations to reevaluate the makeup of their workforce and better represent the communities they serve. This high-powered panel discussion, featuring CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion signatories, will explore today’s talent landscape and how the pandemic-era and hybrid work models are impacting human capital strategies. The panel of… Read more
January 17
10:45 am11:30 am
Special Events Hall, Level 1, The FQ Equality Lounge

Join acclaimed entrepreneur, leader, and educator James Rhee as he speaks with Marc Morial, CEO National Urban League, and Frida Polli, Founder and CEO of Pymetrics, about the future of intersection of business, technology, ethics, fairness, and policy. Learn how diversity in our economy and workplace is an asset for both businesses and their employees, in its capacity to foster innovation,… Read more