P&G Brought Us Together | P&G Alumni Keep Us Together
EXPECT to Inspire and Be Inspired

What brings us together:

P&G alumni are MEETING THE MOMENT across the globe as a force for growth and a force for good.
Every two years, we gather for a curated experience alternating between the hemispheres. Post-P&G, alumni take on thought-leading consequential roles—from billion-dollar brand C-suites to small & mid-size business owners, innovative entrepreneurs, breakthrough consultants, and social impact volunteers. Of note, nearly 10% of the S&P 500 CEOs are P&G alumni.

2023 is about “Meeting the Moment” and Washington, DC is our powerful backdrop. The world has changed since our last “live” pre-pandemic gathering in 2019, and we have been schooled on the state of our planet, the interdependence of our public health, the vulnerability of our mental wellness, the persistence of pervasive social inequities, and the preciousness of the democratic experiment around the world.

Guided by industry experts and emerging influencers, including five P&G CEOs, we will engage in dialogue on trends, health, climate, equity, tech, the future of work, civics, and philanthropy—as an invitation to take personal responsibility in the social & professional circles we keep while “meeting this moment as a force for growth and a force for good” in the world.

Who's Joining

Four Emeritus P&G CEOs: John Pepper, AG Lafley, Bob McDonald, and David Taylor
Seven P&G Company Leaders: Chief Executive Officer, Chief Brand Officer, Chief Analytics & Insights Officer, Chief Sustainability Officer, President of LATAM, Head of NA Sales
40+ Alumni Thought leaders: including Google, Publicis, Logitech, Egon Zehnder, T-Mobile, Kinsa, The Defensive Line, and B Lab with many more to be revealed in the coming months!
Special Partners: Global Citizen & Howard University Chadwick Boseman College of Fine Arts
400 Movers & Doers, Mavericks, and Stewards
YOU are a member of one of the strongest corporate alumni networks in the world—45k registered members across 40 countries.