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Dominic Vergine

Dominic Vergine

Head of Sustainability

ARM

Dominic Vergine is responsible for Arm’s sustainability and corporate responsibility strategy, reporting to the Arm board. He is also involved in company reporting, marketing, public policy and business development for the sustainable development of Arm.

Dominic is currently driving several initiatives, including creating 2030Vision, promoting technology’s role in the Global Goals, and partnerships with UNICEF and WHO, focused on delivering innovative technology to help some of the poorest people in the world and support the 2030 Global Goals.

Dominic has co-founded three businesses a non-profit and a charity. These initiatives are all on-going and Dominic is currently Chair of Trustees at The Centre for Global Equality, one of the organizations he founded. Dominic has worked with governments, the private sector and international agencies on innovation and technology projects for international development. In 2018, initiatives he has incubated will help over three million people.