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10 December, 2014 | (01 hr)
There is no shortage of evidence to suggest that the future workforce wants to be part of a responsible, community-oriented company. Corporate philanthropy, particularly with regard to volunteering and matching gift programs, is a big part of that. But it might not be enough to just provide the opportunities—young people want evidence of impact. What does that mean in practice?
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Who Should Attend: chief human resource officers, chief learning officers, philanthropy and foundation executives, corporate responsibility executives, managers responsible for social impact measurement, human resources managers
Jeffrey Whitford joined Sigma-Aldrich in 2005 and since that time has served in a variety of positions most recently as the company’s first-ever Global Citizenship Manager. In his latest role, Whitford is responsible for developing and implementing strategic programs designed to enhan...Full Bio
Rebecca Wang is a member of the small but mighty Community Engagement & Global Giving Experiences team within HP’s Corporate Affairs organization. She oversees the company’s award-winning employee engagement strategy – which includes everything from hands-on/team-build...Full Bio
Yvonne Siu Turner
As the Senior Manager for Corporate Resources and Programs at the Points of Light Corporate Institute, Yvonne is responsible for developing the Institute’s suite of resources on employee volunteerism. Previously, she served as the Marketing Manager for A Billion + Change, a national campaig...Full Bio
Alex Parkinson is a Senior Researcher in the Marketing and Communications Center of The Conference Board. He specializes in corporate philanthropy and corporate communications, and is the Executive Editor of Giving Thoughts, a blog and online publication series in which The Conferen...Full Bio