If global powers are going to reduce carbon emissions and create more equitable societies, corporations are going to have to be enormous stakeholders in reaching those goals.
In this virtual summit, hear from leaders about:
- How to get a job in CSR
- The best practices for companies that are going above and beyond
- The future of CSR stakeholdership in global goals
Learn more about what corporate social responsibility is, why it matters, and what to look for in genuine corporate citizenship. Join us to learn how to discern and advocate for long-term, beneficial initiatives, and avoid the greenwashing and woke washing campaigns that dominate the news.
Panel #1: How to Get a Job in CSR
- Hear from experts in the field about how they began working in CSR. Learn about the educational and experiential backgrounds hiring managers seek in CSR professionals, as well as the best strategies for building a CSR network to lead to new opportunities.
Panel #2: Best Practices in CSR
- Gain insights into some of the most comprehensive and well-visioned CSR initiatives. Join leaders in the field to learn what they’ve seen in their own organizations and beyond.
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Head of Social Impact, Harry’s
Prior to joining Harry’s, Maggie spent 15 years working with City Year, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support to the most underserved schools in America. Her direct service work in schools and communities across New York City led her into the development and partnership space, specializing in increasing organizational impact and reach.
Maggie is a graduate of Eugene Lang College at The New School, with a degree in Urban Studies. She currently lives in Queens and is a certified reiki practitioner.
Founder, CSR Talent Group
Tom has spent his career in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility, most recently as a Partner and Head of the Corporate Practice at TCC Group, a social impact consulting firm headquartered in New York City. Previous to TCC, Tom was executive director of the CSR rating organization The Council on Economic Priorities.
Tom has worked with Fortune 500 companies to develop their CSR approach and programs, and has written and presented extensively on CSR best practices.
Seeing the increased complexity of challenges for companies to meet multi-stakeholder demands, Tom founded CSR Talent Group, the first on-demand platform that matches CSR, ESG and Sustainability consultants to companies seeking specialized and targeted expertise. Made up of 100’s of experts from every industry and corner of social impact, CSR Talent Group is a resource for companies worldwide to find the exact talent they need, when they need it.
Tom has a Master’s in Public Administration from Harvard University and a BA from Trinity College.
Head of Social Impact, ShoppingGives
Molly Trerotola is the Head of Social Impact at ShoppingGives, a Certified B Corporation and an award-winning technology startup focused on building an economy of giving by creating a positive impact through everyday purchases.
With a career rooted in nonprofit fundraising, her work has involved building strategic partnerships, products, and programs for good, and her experience spans corporate social responsibility (CSR) and social impact tech, both in the US and abroad.
Prior to joining ShoppingGives, Molly was the VP of Social Impact at Good Deeds, where she spearheaded partnerships and marketing strategies with top nonprofits to raise funding through an innovative social impact and e-commerce platform, and before that she was the Director of Engagement at Give Lively, a philanthropist-funded nonprofit fundraising platform.
Founder & CEO, Humanity/SoulBranding
Now, as “Business and investing are over-ripe for a systemic flush,” Elsie coaches on the next leap to a Wellbeing Economy. Chief among these she says is to: “Free the soul of marketers and activate the organization’s G Spot.” The SoulBranding℠ System lends stability to this inherently chaordic process: “like handrails for the individual and the ecosystem.” Elsie speaks and publishes at the edge of transformation on global industry and academic platforms, on NPR and occasionally on social media. Her company advises leaders committed to serving humanity. www.soulbranding.com/media
VP of Community + Giving, Bombas
Kelly leads the company’s mission to help those in need by donating a specially-designed item for every item purchased. Kelly also engages the Bombas team and community members in volunteer opportunities that further their connection with individuals experiencing homelessness.
Before joining Bombas, Kelly owned a floral studio for 5 years.
Sr. Associate for Foundation Programs and Social Impact , Tapestry Inc.
Jordan Catalana is the Sr. Associate for Foundation Programs and Social Impact at Tapestry Inc., the holding company of Coach, Kate Spade New York, and Stuart Weitzman brands. In this role, Jordan oversees Tapestry’s global giving strategy and nonprofit partnership selection.
In her past roles at Capri Holdings, the parent company of Michael Kors, Versace, Jimmy Choo brands, and Kenneth Cole Productions, Jordan built out robust corporate social responsibility programs, inclusive of environmental sustainability, employee engagement, responsible supply chains, and philanthropic giving.
Jordan has been an adjunct professor at the Gabelli School of Business since 2019 where she teaches undergraduates about leadership in the CSR field.
Marcos Salazar – Moderator
CEO and Co-Founder, Be Social Change
Marcos Salazar (@marcossalazar) is a serial social entrepreneur, career coach, speaker, and community-builder. For as long as Marcos has been working in the social impact space, he has also been building businesses.
Marcos has worked in research and leadership development at the American Psychological Association, Girl Scouts, and the White House Project (promoting women to run for office). He is also the founder of two t-shirt companies, a number of social impact blogs, and the author of two books.
Through Be Social Change, Marcos taps into his entrepreneur’s creativity and social good inspiration to help people find and do meaningful work and lead more sustainable lifestyles.
Marcos earned a degree from Amherst College and a Masters in Organizational Management and an Executive Leadership Coaching certificate from The George Washington University.