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Creating Shared Value and Evaluating Social Impact

Center for Socially Responsible Business, Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business at Mills College

Friday, March 15, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

Oakland, United States

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Working Professionals Ended $95.00 $6.22
NetImpact Members - Professional Chapter Ended $75.00 $5.12
Current Mills Students or Mills Alumni Ended $40.00 $3.19
Current Non Mills Student Ended $40.00 $3.19

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The Center for Socially Responsible Business & the

Lokey GSB Net Impact Chapter Present

 

Creating Shared Value and Evaluating Social Impact

Friday, March 15, 2013

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

This one-day event will explore how more and more organizations are strategically and profitably reframing products, markets and supply chains to meet social challenges, and rethinking how they demonstrate social impacts.


 

Leila Janah of SamasourceOur keynote speaker will be Leila Janah, Founder and CEO of Samasource, an innovative social business that connects women and youth living in poverty to dignified work via the Internet. After graduating from Harvard, Leila worked as a consultant with an outsourcing company in India, and at the same time found inspiration from the work of  Muhammed Yunus.  Her "a-ha" moment came after meeting and talking with a young call center worker from Dharavi, the same South Asian slum made famous by the movie "Slumdog Millionaire".  As she listened to his story, she wondered: why not use the outsourcing model to address poverty? 

From those inspirations she founded Samasource, which has set a target of impacting 120,000 women and youth around the world by 2016.   Samasource has also started working with the Bayview District in San Francisco to offer free training to low-income community college students to do online work and earn supplemental income. For her work so far, Leila is the recipient of a 2011 World Technology Award and a 2012 TechFellow Award.


For a full program, see the Mills CSRB Conference site.

 

Session topics include …

 

  • Creating Shared Value:  Business Meets Social Impact
  • B Corps:  Impact Is In Our DNA
  • Workshop: Clarifying Your Social Impact Goals: The Missed Step
  • Case Study: How Funders and Social Businesses Evaluate Social Impact   Differently
  • B Corp Roundtable
  • Our Impact Story: Capture & Communicate Success
  • Making the Grade: Finding the Right Educational Impact Indicators
  • Funders Roundtable
  • Oakland Revitalized: Shared Value in Our Community
  • Table Topics at Lunch:  Each table will have an expert lead the conversation about a topic on social impact.

 

Speakers Include …

Kristin Groos Richmond, CEO at Revolution Foods

Jose Corona, CEO at Inner City Advisors

Dermot Hikisch, Director of Business Development at B Lab

Steve Wright, VP Poverty Tools and Insights, Grameen Foundation

Chinwe Onyeagoro, CEO/Founder, FundWell

Derek Mitchell, CEO at Partners In Schools Innovation

Bill Peterson, Chief Credit Officer at New Resource Bank

Megan Fielding, Head of Investments & Business Development, Microplace

Chad Bolick, Associate Director of Partnerships at FSG

Greg Nielsen, Director of Marketing at Numi Organic Tea

Mike Hannigan, CEO, GiveSomethingBack

Katherine Schultz, Professor and Dean of School of Education at Mills College

Konda Mason, CEO at HUB Oakland 

Kate Byrne, Chief Brand Officer at Tides Foundation

Seth Barad, Lecturer at Lokey Graduate School of Business

Serita Koren Cox, Founder of iFoster

Rob Meloche, Business Leader of Corporate Responsibility at Visa

Kathy Mulvany, Senior Director of Corporate Affairs at Cisco

Breanna DiGiammarino, Education Vertical Director, Indiegogo

Effie Terfahun, Oakland in the Black

Rana DiOrio, Founder of Little Pickle Press

Gary Barker, CEO, Ditto Sustainable Brand Solutions

Tanya Scott, Founder, Ed Support Services

Melanie Moore Kubo, Family Independence Initiative & See Change Evaluation

Elana Metz, Founding Director of Moving Forward Education

Lacy Asbill, Founding Director of Moving Forward Education

Mike North, Founder and CEO at ReAllocate

Jamie Sears, Director, Community Affairs for Elevating Entrepreneurs at UBS 

Rebecca Trobe,  Partner at Schaffer & Combs

Robin Pendoley, Founder & CEO of Thinking Beyond Borders

Angela Leung Wasmer, Director of Global Public Affairs for Gap, Inc.

Diane Johnson, Ph.D., Mmapeu Management Consulting

 


 

Lunch and networking reception catered by Bon Appétit Management Company..."foodservices for a sustainable future."  


The Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business is a green facility and this will be a zero waste event. We will have containers for recycling and compost. We encourage you to bring a reusable mug or bottle for beverages!   


All sessions will be videotaped and audio-recorded for unlimited use post-event. You should expect to be filmed if you attend this event.

 

There is no coat check at this event.

 

The Center for Socially Responsible Business and its annual conference are made possible through a generous grant from The Elfenworks Foundation.

 

Directions: http://mills.edu/directions/ 

 

More About the Center for Socially Responsible Business: mills.edu/csrb

 


Sponsors:

Microplace

Elfenworks Foundation

 

Tickets are non-refundable. Please let us know if you will not be able to attend and we will donate your ticket to a student. 

 

Schedule is subject to change at any time.

When & Where


Mills College
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, 94613

Friday, March 15, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)


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Center for Socially Responsible Business, Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business at Mills College

The Mills Center for Socially Responsible Business:

  • Creates learning opportunities for our MBA students to grow their business expertise in social ventures
  • Partners with local social ventures and support organizations to deliver conferences, workshops, classes and other events, both here at Mills, and in the community
  • Connects and convenes people and organizations to build a strong ecosystem in Oakland and the East Bay
  • Publishes research, news and reports that further the conversation about organizations striving to make a strong financial return while they have a positive social or environmental impact
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