[Virtual] Making an Impact through Corporate Social Responsibility

Tuesday, May 18, 2021
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

A thoughtful CSR strategy — that reflects the values of the organization through service to its community — can also go a long way in recruiting dedicated talent, cultivating financial supporters, and transforming consumers into brand evangelists. Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic and renewed calls for racial justice have caused many businesses to reevaluate how their corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices can be a reflection of our current times.

Hear from industry leaders as they examine how their social impact work has been responsive to the immediate needs of their community, led to comprehensive new CSR strategies, and increased value for employees, investors, and customers.

Featured Speakers to Date:

Iesha Berry, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer, Slalom
Jami Leveen, Vice President, Community Partnerships, Aramark
Kevin Nolan, President, Nolan Painting
Teresa Ward-Maupin, Senior Vice President, Digital and Customer Experience, Comcast Business
Moderated by: Ric Harris, President & General Manager, NBC10/Telemundo62/COZI TV/TeleXitos/NBCLX 

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Contact Andrew Fink at afink@chamberphl.com


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“It is a big step for an organization to decide to embrace DEI, but the next big step of actually achieving progress toward these goals can be aided by professional development programs.” Read more from @EisnerAmper’s Katharina Casey: https://t.co/QmVJEpUhst #DiversityPHL

Next week: Discover how our region’s business, civic, and government entities can come together to intentionally support small, Black-, and brown-owned businesses beyond monetary investment. https://t.co/Am6dGLtGAf #PhillyRoadmap

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