In this meeting, hosted by Philanthropy Ohio, ACCP (Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals) and I/O Sustainability will deliver a deep-dive workshop that will build your understanding of how a strategic corporate responsibility plan can influence your company’s success.
You’ll hear key highlights of I/O Sustainability’s report, Project ROI: Defining the Competitive and Financial Advantages of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, before spending time identifying ways you can better align your program with your organization’s business goals.
By participating in this program, you will:
- Learn the quantifiable ways businesses are influenced by corporate responsibility activities;
- Find out how to make your employee engagement program even more valuable to internal and external stakeholders;
- Get tips from experts on how to develop or strengthen your CSR efforts; and
- Network with peers and hear about their efforts.
Steve Rochlin, Co-CEO & Co-Founder, IO Sustainability, LLC
& Senior Fellow, US Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center
Steve Rochlin is co-Founder and co-CEO of IO Sustainability. IO (Impacts and Outcomes for Sustainable Development) identifies strategic solutions for private, public and civil sector organizations that maximize economic, social, and environmental value for the long-term.
Steve has over 20 years of experience in sustainability and corporate responsibility (S&CR). He has advised leading companies across a wide variety of industry sectors on how to improve sustainability performance and has been a senior executive at two leading S&CR organizations, AccountAbility and the Boston Center for Corporate Citizenship.
Steve is co-author of two books on S&CR: Beyond Good Company: Next Generation Corporate Citizenship and Untapped: Creating Value in Underserved Markets. He is the lead author of the landmark research report: Project ROI – Defining the Competitive and Financial Advantages of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability. He obtained his MPP from the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government and his A.B. from Brown University.
Maryann Fiala, Director of Communications and Marketing, ACCP
Maryann Fiala joined ACCP in April of 2014 as Director of Communications and Marketing. Maryann is responsible for the development and execution of the strategic communications and marketing plans for ACCP. She aligns ACCP’s communications and marketing efforts to the Association’s strategic priorities.
Maryann came to ACCP with over 16 years of Association experience. Most recently, as an independent consultant, she provided strategic guidance in the areas of board relations, membership development, programs and marketing to several associations and a start-up gaming company.
Maryann spent nearly twelve years with TechAmerica as Regional Vice President responsible for membership development and retention, events, and advocacy for nineteen states along the east coast. Prior to TechAmerica, Maryann ran two Chambers of Commerce, in Orange City, Florida and Oviedo, Florida, where she now resides.
Register by March 3rd to save!
Philanthropy Ohio Members: $60 for 1 registration / $100 for 2 registrations (registration will be $75/each after 3/3)
Eligible Non-members: $120 for 1 registration / $200 for 2 registrations (registration will be $150/each after 3/3)
Please note there are limited seats available for this program.
Thursday, April 6, 2017
To register, email Martha Wood