June 29, 2017
Hosted at: Guardian Life Insurance
7 Hanover Square
New York, NY 10004
The theme for this year’s conference is “The Apex of Engagement” and it will bring together CSR practitioners and other stakeholders to share the latest advances and thinking on employee engagement within the context of corporate citizenship. The Summit on Employee Engagement in Corporate Citizenship, presented by Charities@Work and ACCP, creates a space for corporate professionals focused on employee engagement, corporate citizenship, CSR, and employee giving and engagement to discuss challenges and seek solutions across these practices.
8am Continental Breakfast (Optional)
8:30am Welcome Remarks
9am "How Work can Save the World: The New Face of Employee Engagement" - Freya Williams from Futerra
10am "How to Use Data to Inspite Social Action" - Aria Finger from DoSomething.org
10:25am "Using Diversity and Inclusion to Engage Employees" - Nancy Testa from AMEX, Rhonda Crichlow from Charter Communications, & Andrew Davis from Coca Cola
11:25am "Who Else Wings When You Win?" - Ed Martin from GoodX & Doug Pitt
1pm "The Science and Frameworks of Using Empathy in Business" - Chris Jarvis from Realized Worth
2:45pm "Social Activism in Corporate America" - William Stewart & Tony Collandro from Povaddo, Moderated by Matthew Nelson from NY Life Insurance
3:45pm "Leveraging Technology to Engage Employees around Volunteering" - Antuan Santana from Microsoft
4:15pm Closing Remarks
Who Should Attend
Corporate Citizenship Professionals
Professionals working in various aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility, including Employee Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion, and Sustainability.
A service provider is defined as an individual or entity that provides services or technology solutions to CSR professionals in one or more of the following areas: CSR strategy, employee engagement, employee giving and volunteerism, matching gifts, and corporate grants. Charities@Work recognizes the importance of having service partners at the table and have offered a service partner attendee rate with a cap of 2 individuals per organization. Charities@Work seeks to foster a positive, collaborative and solutions-minded orientation for this event and requests all participants to adhere to this standard.
At the audience’s request, participation is limited to employee engagement leaders from corporations only. Nonprofits, while being a valued member of this community, are unable to attend the 2017 Summit.
There will be no formal exhibitor packages in 2017, however, additional visibility opportunities are available. Please reach out to Nicole.McKinney@Charity.org .
Questions on logistics should be directed to Jennifer@accprof.org and questions on sponsorship opportunities should go to Nicole.McKinney@Charity.org.
The cancellation policy is available here.
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