On March 20, the American Cancer Society New England, Eastern, and Pennsylvania Divisions joined with the National Home Office’s Employer Initiative and International Affairs departments to co-host a meeting of medical and corporate leaders from American Cancer Society priority companies in New York City. The purpose of the meeting, attended by 14 chief medical officers and human resource vice presidents from 16 companies, was to discuss potential globalization of the companies’ worksite wellness programs. Participants toured the new Manhattan American Cancer Society Hope Lodge® and received an overview of local, national, and international American Cancer Society programs from Elmer E. Huerta, MD, MPH, president of the Society. Representatives of Johnson & Johnson and PepsiCo shared their experiences with worksite wellness programs. In breakout sessions that followed those presentations, chief medical officers from various companies demonstrated their visions for global expansion of their operations and how the American Cancer Society could potentially play a pivotal role in meeting these growing multinational needs. From this meeting, the participants made plans for further collaboration on training and information sharing in the future.