Benevity's Social Impact Show speaks with Jo Jeffreys, Principle Social Value Consultant with Jacobs about how to scale your company's global activism efforts
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In this episode of the Social Impact Show, Benevity's Karl Yeh speaks with Jo Jeffreys, Principle Social Value Consultant with Jacobs, about global activism, what it looks like today and how to get started. Jo and Karl will explore how it's possible to scale global activism efforts, demonstrate the ROI of programs and the challenges (and opportunities!) in the space today. Watch the episode here or listen on Spotify.
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