A Global Approach to CSR: An ACCP Summit

A Global Approach to CSR: An ACCP Summit
December 6 & 7, 2022
1pm – 4pm ET
Interactive Online Program


Corporate social impact crosses borders and serves as a guiding light for global companies to think broadly about their strategy for engaging with communities worldwide. Programming must be tailored to the needs of different locations, to the policies and laws of a given country, to the expectations of local employees, and to the cultural customs and practices of a given region. Join us for A Global Approach to CSR: An ACCP Summit to learn more about a comprehensive approach to impactful engagement across the globe.

Learning Outcomes

Over the course of the session, we will cover:

  • Tools to develop a global giving program
  • A global approach to volunteerism & grantmaking
  • Identifying global partners and building local relationships
  • Incorporating equity into your global CSR efforts

Who Should Attend:

  • Corporate Citizenship practitioners responsible for international grantmaking or volunteering
  • Corporate Citizenship practitioners whose companies are preparing to expand internationally
  • HR, Legal, Finance, and/or DEI practitioners who are called upon to support CSR teams in serving global communities
  • Nonprofit or philanthropic leaders who are looking to understand more about how their corporate partners approach global giving and volunteering
  • Partner organizations that support nonprofits and corporations in their Global CSR programs


  • ACCP Members: $395 
  • Nonprofit partners of ACCP member companies: $395 (you will need to input your partner contact/company during registration) 
  • Non-ACCP Members: $595

Program Agenda

Day One – December 6, 2022 – 1pm – 4pm


Welcome and Introductions

  • Get to know those in the session
  • Share our experiences, successes, and roadblocks

Bob Waldman , Venable

Cathy Maher, GlobalGiving

Leith Robotham, The Walt Disney Company

Building Your Sandbox: Tools to Develop an International Giving Program

  • Partners – Starting out and why you might partner with intermediaries
  • Rules and Regulations – What do you need to know to set your program up for success
  • Risk Mitigation – Assessing risk tolerance and identifying compliance concerns most relevant to your organization

Lara Fedorov, Medtronic Foundation

Lindsay Kincaid, Team4Tech

Alex Sajben, Give2Asia

Global Relationships: Building Trust and Growing Local Connections

  • How to engage local employees
  • The importance of building lasting relationships with local partners
  • Building trust with cross-cultural relationships 
Day Two – December 7, 2022 – 1pm – 4pm

Ebony Janelle, GoDaddy

Tiana Austel, Illumina

Stephanie Aguilar, Paramount Pictures

Fanny Laguna, Sage

Corporate Citizenship Perspectives: Recruiting Volunteers & Impact

  • Case studies from ACCP Member Companies’ global volunteer programs
  • How to engage, train, and recruit local volunteers
  • Program impact examples

Monica Carrillo Zegarra, King Baudouin Foundation

Sheena Agarwal, Give2Asia

Loren Previti, CAF America

Global Nonprofit Partner Perspectives: Regulations & Considerations

  • Regulations and cultural considerations for giving and volunteering internationally
  • Session will conclude with breakout groups by select regions around the globe

Stay tuned for updates to the agenda as they are confirmed, including information on speakers.

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