NYWSE invites you to its inaugural Breakfast Series event
Social Intrapreneurs: Corporate Change Agents
Employees working within firmly established infrastructures will discuss the ways that they have become agents of social change. Social change occurs through the efforts of those who bring their values to work, engage others inside their companies, build a movement, and create new policies, earning, in turn, the title of Social Intrapreneur.*
Elizabeth Colleton, VP, Green is Universal, NBC
Ann Goodman, Executive Director, Women's Network for a Sustainable Future (WNSF)
Amy Hall, Director of Social Consciousness, Eileen Fisher
Karma Martell, Founder, KarmaCom Inc; Group Coordinator, Social Responsibility & Blogger, FastCompany.com
Jane Randel, VP, Corporate Communications, Liz Claiborne
Valerie Smith, VP, Environmental Affairs, Citigroup
Freya Williams, Senior Partner & Planning Director, The Greenery - Ogilvy & Mather
Panel members will share their challenges and successes in helping their companies to operate with higher levels of social and environmental responsibility. The panel will be moderated by NYWSE member Shari Aaron, founder of Fresh Marketing. Please bring your questions and get ready to be inspired!
Join us on November 7, from 8:30 A.M. until 10:30 A.M..
Coffee/Light Breakfast will be served.
*Social Intrapreneur is a term coined by SustainAbility and the Skoll Foundation.
When & Where
New York Women Social Entrepreneurs (NYWSE)
NYWSE’s mission is to provide a community and the resources that women need to succeed as business leaders while becoming sustainability experts, and our vision is to empower women to effect change in society at all levels, as an individual, community member, professional, student, and entrepreneur.
For more information, go to: www.ywse.org/nywse