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Innovations in Corporate Social Impact Summit

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Cooley San Francisco Office

101 California St # 5

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A fantastic line-up of corporate professionals will offer insight into the various initiatives underway at their organizations geared at increasing corporate social and environmental impact. With many activities now extending far beyond traditional corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, the primary goals of this event are to educate participants about the practical programs and initiatives achieving success and generating maximum impact through an in-depth program of talks, panel discussions and peer-to-peer networking.


WHAT'S UNIQUE

  • Focus - This program is focused on corporate initiatives where both financial and social goals are achieved simultaneously.

  • Participants - Attendees across a variety of corporate functions: Executive Office, Product and Service Line Leaders, Finance, Marketing & Sales, HR and Operations.

  • Local - The program is designed for companies based in the Bay Area to build the community of local professionals working toward a common cause.


AGENDA

1:00pm - Registration

1:30pm - Welcome & Keynote - TBA

2:00pm - Fireside Chat

* Jennifer Young, Director Global Social Impact Programs, Pearson

* Scott Saslow, CEO and founder, ONE WORLD (moderator)

2:45pm - Four Break Out Panels - Round I

1. Leveraging Talent for Impact: From frontline employees to senior executives, how are companies putting their human capital to work to drive positive impact?

* Ben Anderson, Executive Director, B Lab

* Abby Davisson, Director of Global Community Partnerships, Gap.inc

* Geoff Trotter, Founder & CEO, KMpact (moderator)

2. Supporting the Impact Economy: How are companies supporting the social impact ecosystem of investors and entrepreneurs?

* Jennifer Barnette, Attorney, Cooley LLP

* Bryan Breckenridge, Executive Director, Box.org

* June Sugiyama, Director, Vodafone

3. Innovative Uses of Corporate Resources: Beyond corporate philanthropy and volunteerism, what additional ways can companies leverage financial capital and intellectual capital to make a positive impact to the environment and society

* Joe Speicher, Executive Director, Autodesk Foundation

* Jason Rissman, Managing Director, OpenIDEO

* David Lehr, Faculty, Hult University (moderator)

4. Designing & Delivering Products for Impact: How are companies delivering products and services for underserved populations, domestically and abroad?

* Brian Durkee, Chief Operating Officer, Numi Organic Tea

* Kirsten Saenz Tobey, Founder & Chief Impact Officer, Revolution Foods

* Scott Saslow, CEO and founder, ONE WORLD (moderator)

3:45pm Networking Break

4:15pm - Four Break Out Panels - Round II (same speakers as in Round I)

  1. Leveraging Talent for Impact: From frontline employees to senior executives, how are companies putting their human capital to work to drive positive impact?
  2. Supporting the Impact Economy: How are companies supporting the social impact ecosystem of investors and entrepreneurs?
  3. Innovative Uses of Corporate Resources: Beyond corporate philanthropy and volunteerism, what additional ways can companies leverage financial capital and intellectual capital to make a positive impact to the environment and society
  4. Designing & Delivering Products for Impact: How are companies delivering products and services for underserved populations, domestically and abroad?

5:30pm Closing remarks

6:00pm Networking Reception


PROGRAM TOPICS

  • Corporate social impact in the Bay Area: What impact do corporations have on the community, environment, and employees, and how are they trying to improve it?

  • Leveraging the entire corporate portfolio: Beyond donations and volunteer programs, how are companies leveraging resources such as financial and intellectual capital?

  • Designing & Delivering products for a diverse user base: How are companies delivering products and services for underserved populations, domestically and abroad? What are the innovations in supply chain management, including talent?


THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS AND PARTNERS


SEE OUR GROWING LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


Joe Speicher, Autodesk Foundation / Ben Anderson, B Lab / Bryan Breckenridge, Box / Lisa Altieri, Climate Solutions Net / Mike Ivancie, CNote / Nayelli Gonzalez, Conveners / Greg Clark, Cooley LLP / Jennifer Barnette, Cooley LLP / Jonathan Levine, Folia Water / Abby Davisson,Gap.inc / David Lehr, Hult University / Naya Akel, Hult University / Brian Durkee, Numi Organic Tea / Geoff Trotter, KMpact / Jason Rissman, IDEO / Ella Clausen, Numi Tea / Angelina Mertens, ONE WORLD / Scott Saslow, ONE WORLD / Jennifer Young, Pearson / Deb Parsons, Playworks / Angad Deep Singh, RAD Urban / Jordan Hammond, RE-LAB / Priyanka Shekar, Real Industry / Kristen Saenz Tobey, Revolution Foods / Dean Sivara, SAP / Kimberly Bishop, Symantec / Paru Yusuf, SV2 / Alex Breckon, UC Davis Graduate School of Management / June Sugiyama, Vodafone / Kana Hammon, YCore /


**Student & Nonprofit discount on request. Please contact: angie@oneworld.training**

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