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Kiwi Business Leaders Webinar
Kiwi Business Leaders Webinar
Join us for a great conversation with fellow Kiwis Zion Armstrong, President of adidas North America, and Dale Nirvani Pfeifer, Founder and CEO of Goodworld, as they share their lessons learned on their journeys.

Jeremy Clarke-Watson, NZ Consul-General Los Angeles will give opening remarks.

This session will be moderated by Divya Dhar Cohen, Product Manager at Google.

A big thank you to NZ-US Business Council, Kea, Kiwis in LA, NZ Consulate, Kia Ora USA, and Kiwis in SF for all their support.

Apr 17, 2021 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Zion Armstrong
President @adidas North America
Zion is president of adidas North America and oversees the business in the U.S. and Canada and is responsible for driving the vision and culture. His successful history with adidas spans over 20 years and many countries including New Zealand, Germany, South Korea and Hong Kong. In August 2014, Zion moved to Portland, Ore., home to adidas North American headquarters, and joined adidas North America as the Brand Director. In June 2015, he was appointed as General Manager of adidas North America. Since November 2016, Zion Armstrong has been part of the global adidas Core Leadership Group that works closely with the adidas Executive Board. Zion is former elite athlete, having competed in the IAAF World Junior Championships and the Commonwealth Games and is a former New Zealand record holder for 400 meter hurdles. Born and raised in New Zealand, Zion is one of 10 he has six sisters and three brothers. Zion has two kids and lives in Portland, Ore.
Dale Nirvani Pfeifer
Founder and CEO @Goodworld
Dale Nirvani Pfeifer is the Founder and CEO of Goodworld. Thousands of organizations use Goodworld's software to fundraise, connect communities and power social impact movements. Goodworld was named one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies and a World Changing Idea by Fast Company magazine. Dale was named New Zealand Woman of the Year in the Community Category by the Next magazine.