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How Social Impact Affects Your Bottom Line

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The Cannon Post Oak

675 Bering Drive

#Suite 200

Houston, TX 77057

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A discussion about the importance of quantifiable impact with leaders in the space

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Join us for the last Quantifiable Impact series event of the year

This event will encourage conversation amongst social entrepreneurs about the importance of quantifying impact. As this ever-changing space begins to take shape, stakeholders and donors are looking for transparency across operations and projects to ensure their money is acquiring the highest social ROI. The ability to understand and quantify impact is trending to become one of the cornerstones of sustaining longevity of any social venture. Come join us to hear from leaders in this space regarding the opportunities as well as introduce challenges in running social organizations in a data driven world.

5:30 PM Sign-in/Registration/Networking

6:00 PM Key Note and Workshop

7:00 PM Q&A

7:30 PM Networking

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Ivonne Cruz - Ivonne Cruz is a consultant for GAA and the Puentes Consortium administrator at Rice University.

Ivonne Cruz, Ph.D., holds a doctorate and a master’s degree in sustainable human development and social public policy from the Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña. Her primary interest focuses on the human dimensions of global environmental change, corporate social responsibility, human rights issues, and sustainability reporting. Ivonne has been an independent consultant for over 15 years and has served in a variety of roles and institutions including academia, international agencies, and public sector entities. She has worked for the Environmental Defense Fund, the United Nations Environmental Program, the United Nations Industrial Program, the Global Environmental Facility, NOAA, the Mexican and Cuban Environmental Protection agencies, and other local governments in Europe. She has lived in several countries and has published several papers and book chapters on social policy issues, sustainable development strategies and has participated in the elaboration of sustainability reports for private and public sectors.

*Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.

Thanks to our Co Hosts Global Affairs Associates, LLC and Impact Hub Houston

** Please note that seating is limited** For additional seating please contact Dilbag Singh at dilbag.singh@ngorganize.com**

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675 Bering Drive

#Suite 200

Houston, TX 77057

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