Vice President, Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs, IBM; President, IBM International Foundation
Stanley Litow is vice president of corporate citizenship and corporate affairs at IBM and president of the IBM International Foundation. He has been involved in devising IBM’s Corporate Service Corps, a corporate version of the Peace Corps; the Smarter Cities Challenge to help cities become more effective; and the P-TECH initiative to transform education and strengthen America’s economic competitiveness. Litow is a prolific speaker and author and is a recipient of the Council on Foundations’ Robert W. Scrivner Award for Creative Grantmaking. He has twice been voted CEO of the Year by Corporate Responsibility Magazine, and IBM’s education efforts have won two Ron Brown Presidential Awards for Corporate Leadership.