Best Buy, Chevron, Cleveland Cavaliers, The Coca-Cola Company, Comcast, Marriott International, Johnson & Johnson, Starbucks and more to share insights, plus join attendees packing meals to help end global hunger
Submitted by Charities@Work
The Charities@Work 18th Annual Employee Engagement Summit June 12-13, 2019 in New York City just announced the initial speaker line-up. This year’s topics include a fireside chat: sparking social change without getting burned; the new frontiers in diversity and inclusion; integrating employee engagement and employee resource groups with CSR; and more.
Confirmed speakers to date include:
Gina Rude, US Corporate Citizenship Manager at Accenture
Tiffany Calderon, Senior Manager at Best Buy
Alex Cunningham, Senior Advisor, Global Social Investment at Chevron U.S.A. Inc.
Kevin Clayton, Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion and Community Engagement at the Cleveland Cavaliers Holding Company
Lori George Billingsley, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, The Coca-Cola Company
Jillian Mershon, Senior Manager, Strategic Partnerships , Community Impact at Comcast
Danielle Holly, CEO at Common Impact
Nita Kirby, Director, Strategy at Cybergrants
Michael Carren, Vice President and Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at Guardian Life Insurance
Michael Bzdak, Ph.D., Executive Director, Global Community Impact at Johnson & Johnson
Yezenia Ramos, Senior Manager of Employee Engagement for North America, Global Community Impact at Johnson & Johnson
Erin Gollhofer, Global CSR Consultant at Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Anita Whitehead, Principal at KPMG, Corporate Citizenship Service Practice
Jerome Tennille, Manager, Volunteerism at Marriott International
Shilpa Nadhan, Manager, Social Impact at Marriott International
Matthew Nelson, Corporate Vice President at New York Life Insurance
Dezarie Mayers, Senior Manager, Corporate Responsibility at Pfizer
Heather Lofkin Wright, Responsible Business Leadership Director at PwC US
Chris Jarvis, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Realized Worth
Angela Parker, Co-Founder and CEO at Realized Worth
Arlene De La Cruz, Assistant Managing Director, NYC Roastery, Starbucks
Peter Dudley, Author, CSR expert, and former SVP at Wells Fargo
Since last year’s Emerging Leaders preconference sold out quickly, this year’s Summit is offering two pre-conference tracks: professional development for emerging CSR leaders plus a new “shark thank” for seasoned CSR professionals to tackle tough challenges such as increasing employee engagement and participation and measuring tangible impact.
The preconference includes a volunteer activity packing 10,000 meals with Rise Against Hunger led by Dezarie Mayers, Senior Manager of Corporate Responsibility at Pfizer, Inc. who leverages these opportunities to engage employees and demonstrate tangible impact at Pfizer.
The Summit is led by an advisory council of top social impact leaders, chaired by Michael Carren of Guardian Life Insurance. Preconference and Summit registration before April 30 is discounted $100 with code EARLYBIRD19: https://charitiesatwork.org/
This summit is made possible thanks to generous sponsors:
Best Buy, Comcast, New York Life, Realized Worth
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Chevron U.S.A. Inc., The Coca-Cola Company, Cybergrants, 3BL Media
KIND Snacks, Pfizer
To discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact Amanda at email@example.com.
Charities@Work (Charities at Work) bridges the corporate and nonprofit sectors to achieve greater social impact. Charities@Work is an alliance of three nonprofit organizations – Community Health Charities, EarthShare and Global Impact – that collectively represent more than 3,000 of the leading health, environmental, international development, and community nonprofits making a difference in the U.S. and around the world today. These nonprofits exist to facilitate interaction and partnership between charities, companies, and their employees for meaningful outcomes and impact for all.
Charities@Work is an alliance of three nonprofit organizationsâ€”Community Heath Charities, EarthShare, Global Impactâ€”that collectively represent more than 3,000 of the leading health, environmental, international development, and community nonprofits making a difference in the U.S. and around the world today. Their members include St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, UNICEF USA, the Nature Conservancy, and many other powerful, passionate and committed causes. The Charities@Work alliance bridges corporations and nonprofits for greater social impact.
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