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Toni Townes-Whitley ’85

Toni Townes-Whitley President, US Regulated Industries, Microsoft Corp. As president of US Regulated Industries at Microsoft, Toni Townes-Whitley leads the US sales strategy for driving digital transformation across customers and partners within the public sector and regulated industries. She is one of the leading women at Microsoft, and in the technology industry, with a strong track record for accelerating profitable business performance and building high-performance teams. Passionate about leveraging technology to create positive societal and global impact, Toni represents Microsoft at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). In this capacity, she works with CEOs from each industry to address global issues around urbanization, climate change, and workforce readiness. Her focus on a Digital Leadership vision and narrative extends the company’s focus beyond customer transformation to responsible and principled implementation of technology and inclusive transformation for every person and organization on the planet. Toni sits on the board of directors for the United Way (King County), is an advisor to the Women’s Center of Northern Virginia, and a past president of Women in Technology.

Events

When Purpose Leads to Profits: Making Corporate Social Responsibility a Business Imperative

Saturday, October 6

Moderator:

Anita (Woerner) Ortiz ’93, Vice President – Global Inclusion Strategy, Viacom

Panelists:

David W. Miller, Director, Princeton University Faith & Work Initiative, Lecturer and Professional Specialist

Jordan Stallworth ’20, Undergraduate Student, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Toni Townes-Whitley ’85, President, US Regulated Industries at Microsoft

Carla Vernón ’92, President, Natural & Organic Operating Unit, General Mills


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