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Confirmed Sessions

Confirmed VIRTUAL Learning Labs

September 14th, 2022

2:30 PM

Patricia McIlreavy

Center for Disaster Philanthropy

Disasters within a Disaster: Partnering for Recovery & Resilience

Philanthropy has reinforced its role in communities’ recovery and resilience and generous response to the global pandemic, societal injustices, and other disasters. Discover how to continue to advance your understanding of how disasters alter realities for communities and how to remain and attentive and effective partner in their equitable recovery. Learn to recognize and value the benefit of mutual respect and collaboration in disaster philanthropy to improve a program’s impact.

Megan Mozina

Cresta Solutions

Become a Ghostbuster: From Haunting Problem to Implemented Solution

Is there a problem that keeps haunting your organization? A challenge lingering in the shadows, like a ghost, making the hair on the back of your neck stand up when you least expect it? Do you wish you could finally figure out a solution and get it implemented? Come to this talk to up your project leadership capabilities and to learn a versatile project leadership framework so that you can bust those ghosts — and yield innovative solutions. After all, you ain’t afraid of no ghost…right?

4:00 PM

Madeline Hutchinson & Fadi Al Qassar

JP Morgan Chase & Venture2Impact

The Power of Social Impact through Integrated Corporate Partnerships

More details soon.

Melissa Furr

Blackbaud

Employee Engagement in DEI Grantmaking

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in grantmaking – how one company’s efforts to incorporate these values more fully into their programs led to key changes in their grantmaking process and a higher level of inclusion, belonging, and employee engagement.

September 15th, 2022

12:45 PM

Sadie Miller from True Impact
Sadie Miller

True Impact

SROI: Moving from Money Pits and Fairy Dust to Purposeful Investing

SROI (social return on investment) is a simple metric intended to define an organization’s productivity by calculating how much good an organization does with a certain amount of money. In this session, learn how to calculate the SROI of your grantees’ efforts and how to properly contextualize your nonprofits’ data, so as to not over- or undervalue their results. You will gain a strategic decision making framework for using SROI to support your company’s goals.

Ajay Gopal & Kelly Petrich
Ajay Gopal & Kelly Petrich

Cisco

Growth Hacking for Scaling and Sustaining Employee Community Impact

How can you engage your employees at scale meaningfully, create impact in the community and power an inclusive future for all? In this session, speakers will share insights based on their learnings from Cisco’s journey of achieving 80% employee participation for 3 years running & how leaning on behavioral economics/nudges, data insights & digitization can be a game changing approach to create exponential impact for the community

2:45 PM

Christine Riley Miller from BeiGene
Christine Riley Miller

BeiGene

Introduction to ESG

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Kelsey Corbin & Ashley Trick

Capital One

Developing an Innovative Program

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Elizabeth Eckman & Mackenzie Knowling

PIMCO & PYXERA Global

Unlocking Cross-Sector Pro Bono Programming

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Confirmed In-Person Workshops

Monday, october 17th 2022

11:00 am

Samira Creel

Capital One

Design-Thinking

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Elizabeth Okey & Jessica Thurston

Wintrust & Paramount

ESG Reporting: Where to Start & How

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Michelle Mann & Julie Clugage

NetApp & Team4Tech

Advancing your Career through a Non-Traditional Path

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Tiffany West, Dr. Shannell L. McGoy & Perika Sampson

Gilead Science

Design-Thinking

As companies begin to prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion, it is important to have a thoughtful approach to strategy and programming. In this session, speakers will articulate a four-part methodology to support high-impact organizations tackling racial inequities affecting Black communities across the United States. You will learn how to identify ways to elevate DEI goals and develop corporate giving strategies to support historically marginalized communities.

Mark Feldman & Nikki Korn

Cause Consulting

How to Design for Dual Impact: Business & Society (Part I)

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Julio Suarez
Julio Suarez

Anheuser-Busch

National Recycling League

More information soon.

3:30 pm

Maureen Flynn & Mandy Ryan

Changing Our World

Measurement to Drive Effective Social Impact Programs and Storytelling

Companies often struggle to tell a compelling social impact story. In this session, we will explore how articulating your results can serve as the foundation for authentic and effective storytelling. We will discuss the best approach to goalsetting, how to develop a measurement framework that aligns with your strategy, and discuss the data you should be collecting to demonstrate progress and success. We will explore best practices that will add to your credibility as a corporate citizen.

Nikhil Bumb & Chris Carlson

FSG

Practices for More Equitable Corporate Community Engagement

Traditional approaches to community engagement are broken. Companies seeking to live into their racial equity commitments need to reframe their approach with a focus on trust and co-creation. Learn how companies can take stock of their full engagement in communities and reckon with their history in those communities to build the foundation for more authentic engagement. Speakers will identify and practice ways of sharing and shifting power with communities will unlock transformational relations.

Kellie Duhon

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana

Plotting Your CRM Journey

Beginning in 2019 the BCBSLA team planned to transition CRM systems. We did so during the pandemic, redesigning, programming, and re-launching our system in 2020. Learn from our experiences and do some planning and dreaming. What information to collect, processes, and what kind of reports? You will want to think through every field, its type (dropdown, text, checkbox, etc.), and what kind of users. Join us for an interactive session where we review the basics of how to “build” a database.

Mark Feldman & Nikki Korn

Cause Consulting

How to Design for Dual Impact: Business & Society (Part II)

Companies often struggle to tell a compelling social impact story. In this session, we will explore how articulating your results can serve as the foundation for authentic and effective storytelling. We will discuss the best approach to goalsetting, how to develop a measurement framework that aligns with your strategy, and discuss the data you should be collecting to demonstrate progress and success. We will explore best practices that will add to your credibility as a corporate citizen.

Rob Acton, Whitley Richards & Erin Pierson

Cause Strategy Partners

Developing Leaders Through Nonprofit Board Service

Companies are beginning to see the measurable business impact of nonprofit board service as a leadership development, DEI and employee engagement strategy. In this highly- interactive session, hear from speakers and panelists from fortune 500 companies on how they are successfully implementing and integrating board service into their community engagement and leadership development strategies at scale while working across departments. Learn how to take advantage of board leadership for impact.

Laura Gallagher, Ronald Reeves, and Jennifer Waldner Grant

AIG

Meaningful ESG Change through Allyship, Commitments, & Actions

As companies modernize for the future, it is more important than ever that their internal ESG teams collaborate as strong allies to ensure success. Learn from AIG’s ESG leaders about how they have joined forces drive meaningful and measurable ESG actions. Speakers will give insights into building consensus and momentum at all levels of the organization and influencing aligned change throughout a global corporate enterprise.

Tuesday, october 18th 2022

8:15 am

Samira Creel

Capital One

Design-Thinking II

More information soon.

Cori Streetman & Sarah Hogan

Barefoot PR

Crafting Authentic Public Statements in Response to Social Issues

Increasingly consumers and employees demand companies respond to and use public platforms to invite transparency on issues of racism, climate justice, violence, and more. In this session, learn the drivers and process for determining if you will make a public statement, crafting a public statement and issuing a public statement. Speakers will give examples of good, bad and ugly public statements and the lessons learned from each.

Megan Mozina

Cresta Solutions

Be the Leader Who Looks Complex Problems in the Eye (Part I)

What do you do when you face a complex problem that begs for an innovative solution — but you have no idea what any solution might be, much less an innovative one? Come to this hands-on interactive two-part workshop to learn how you can look those complex problems right in the eye! In Part 1 you’ll learn how to ground nebulous problems into a step-by-step project leadership framework, empowering your team to strategically create and implement innovative solutions.

Beth Gallagher & Sara Adams

CECP

Advancing Equity in Corporate Societal Engagement

This workshop is designed to equip practitioners with frameworks, tools and insights to help companies further advance their racial equity work and impact. We’ll revisit the compelling peer learnings from a partner-led Racial Equity Summit in 2020 that informed 10 concrete actions for companies to move promise to action and highlight examples of companies that have enacted high impact programs and initiatives. The session will include table top discussion and peer sharing.

Fanny Laguna & Fadi Al Qassar

Sage & Venture2Impact

Involving Your Employees in the Design of Your Company Volunteering Initiatives

In this session, hear from two organizations who joined forces in a journey to develop a skills-based volunteer program. Speakers will discuss how corporate and nonprofit partnerships could be instrumental in helping you launch your program and engage your colleagues. Learn design thinking methodologies that can better inform programming, and ensure buy-in and adoption, and how to evaluate program success, establish an iteration practice and know when to scale.

11:30 am

Kari Hayden Pendoley

CECP

The Practitioner’s Guide to ESG

ESG is having a moment in the sun, but there is a workforce gap, skills gap, and competency gap. In this session, you will learn practical approaches to creating an ESG strategy and programming from the beginning. Speakers will discuss how to work within a small budget, how to implement materiality assessments. They will give insight into ESG trends, developments, and international regulations.

Rich Maiore

Rocket Social Impact

Title Coming Soon

More information soon.

Ashley Atkins & Rich Goudreau

Novartis & Harvard Community Services

Building Climate & Health Equity

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Megan Mozina

Cresta Solutions

Be the Leader Who Looks Complex Problems in the Eye (Part II)

How does your personal instinctive approach to problem-solving impact your team and the quality of the solutions? In Part 2 of this two-part interactive workshop, you’ll gain valuable insight into how you instinctively approach problems, based on the results of your FourSight® assessment. You’ll leave with specific action items to improve your project leadership skills, implement the project leadership framework with your team, and look those complex problems right in the eye.

Susan Hunt Stevens & Diana Blankman

 WeSpire & Sanofi

The Power of ERGs & Your Employees

When companies foster DEI in the workplace through Employee Resource Groups, it creates higher levels of productivity and engagement, which is reflected positively in their bottom line. In this session, learn how ERG leaders can maximize critical leadership development opportunities and jump across typically siloed departments to gain cross functional exposure and build their careers. Speakers will discuss how ERGs give insights into employee issues and data, build trust, and retain talent.

Sarah Groninger

GlobalGiving

Planning For Unpredictable (Yet Inevitable) Disaster Response

Companies are increasingly expected to support their communities in times of crisis. Each event—from the pandemic to Russia’s war in Ukraine—brings new customer and employee pressure. Making equitable disaster decisions is difficult, but the best way to plan is with clear priorities and decision-making frameworks. In this workshop, we’ll review the changing landscape of corporate responses, pose strategic questions to guide your planning, and learn from each other’s experiences to get proactive.

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