29 September, 2020 | (01 hr)
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Faced with growing pressure to respond to today's social, environmental, and economic problems, corporate citizenship leaders can benefit from new strategies and online tools that will enable them to improve the impact and efficiency of their philanthropic programs.
Join this webcast to receive the latest findings from the soon-to-be-released research report on the revolutionary impact that new data tools can have on the effectiveness of corporate philanthropy.
By attending this program, viewers will be able to:
- Understand how the landscape of corporate philanthropy is likely to change in light of the crises of 2020
- Discover how data can define the scope – and cost of solving – social problems
- Recognize how data can help companies adjust their overall citizenship strategies
- Learn about the latest online tools to help improve the effectiveness of their philanthropic programs
- Discover best practices in evaluating nonprofit performance and in private/public collaborations
Who Should Attend: Senior-level corporate citizenship, corporate social responsibility, and philanthropy leaders; senior finance, communication, and governance executives.
Andrew Dunckelman leads the Impact and Insights team at Google.org, Google's philanthropy. There he heads up impact measurement, learning, and thought leadership for Google.org’s global grantmaking work. Previously, he led Google’s economic opportunity and education teams, and created...Full Bio
Arlene Isaacs-Lowe is the Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for Moody’s Corporation and President of the Moody’s Foundation. Arlene champions the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations across Moody’s as drivers of long-term va...Full Bio
Nancy Rogers serves as president of the Lincoln Financial Foundation, and as senior vice president and head of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability for Lincoln Financial Group. In these roles, Rogers oversees sustainability strategy and practices, corporate philanthropy, and communi...Full Bio
Jason Saul is the Founder and CEO of Mission Measurement. With more than twenty years of experience in the field as an entrepreneur, academic and author, Jason is known as one of the nation’s leading experts on measuring social impact. He has worked with leading corporations, public sector ...Full Bio
Jeff Hoffman has a distinguished history working with corporations, non-profits, civic and government agencies on strategic direction and innovative programs.He leads Jeff Hoffman & Associates, a global corporate citizenship, philanthropy and civic engagement firm that enables businesses, org...Full Bio