2019 Fall CSR Conference Lineup: Meet up with America's Charities at These Events
By America's Charities on October 3, 2019
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November 13-14 | Washington, D.C.
Giving is Not Dead: Integrating Impact and Giving Into Business Models Using Tech
Traditional philanthropy has been upended by newer, more personalized models of giving that rely on technology. Please join our President and CEO Jim Starr on Thursday, November 14, 9:20-10:00 am, as he moderates a panel of experts discussing trends and insights on how technology has transformed giving and how we can empower giving for employees or customers in innovative ways. Panelists include:
- Scot Chisholm, Co-founder and CEO, Classy
- James Citron, CEO, Pledgeling
- Kate Glantz, Senior Manager, Brand Advocacy, Lyft
Then in the evening, join us for the 20th Annual Citizens Awards, hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, to celebrate companies in their best in class corporate citizenship programs.
And don't miss the live Twitter conversation -- to participate, just follow us and use the conference hashtag #USCCFTogether!
America's Charities' stakeholders can attend for FREE! Contact email@example.com for the registration link and discount code.
October 29-30 | Washington, D.C.
Paving the Way for Others To Achieve Their Highest Potential
Whether it's on a national scale or on a one:one basis, support for young talent is a measure of the commitment to share our experiences, networks, resources, and tools. We honor those who believe it's their responsibility to pave the way for others.
On October 30 (Day 2 of the 3BL Forum) at 11:50 a.m., join Jim Starr, America's Charities president and CEO, as he moderates a discussion featuring:
- Dr. Harry L. Williams, President & CEO, Thurgood Marshall College Fund (America's Charities nonprofit member)
- Jacqueline Long, Vice President, Consumer Engagement, Moët Hennessy USA LVMH
- Elaine Henry, Global Talent Consultant, Ernst Young
During this 20-minute discussion, attendees will learn about the influencer role of next-generation employees and their impact on the corporate social responsibility (CSR) and employee engagement space, along with insights on how employers and nonprofit organizations can set young talent up for success.
October 15–17, 2019 | Nashville, TN
Closing the Social Good Data and Information Gap
The information flow between nonprofits, companies, and donors is often broken, especially when it comes to workplace giving. Obtaining and sharing key data is difficult, a reality which decreases social impact.
On October 16 at 4:30 p.m. at bbcon 2019, join Kim Young, America's Charities VP, business development, as she moderates a discussion featuring:
- Scott Schenkelberg - Miriam’s Kitchen
- Gary Levante - Berkshire Bank
- Candi Maciel - Best Friends Animal Society
These panelists will provide real-life experiences, discuss useful existing methods and new technology, and help attendees discover how to bridge the gap and scale impact.
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