Many companies have long engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility efforts. However, what was once nice to do has now become required. With concepts like “shared value” taking root, the role of corporate philanthropy is evolving well beyond a traditional grant making strategy to encompass supply chain, compliance, human resources and sustainable business practice. As the strategy within the CSR practice develops, so too does the need to engage different stakeholders both inside and outside of the business.
Join us to hear from representative across industry areas as they share some of the key drivers influencing their work and how they are anticipating change in their roles, their businesses and their industries.
- How CSR executive roles are changing and evolving to meet regulatory standards, compliance standards, and shareholder expectations
- Who they must forge new relationships with to make their new roles work well for them and for their companies
- Anisa Kamadoli Costa, Chairman & President, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation
- Paula Luff, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Hess Corporation
- Caroline Roan, President, Pfizer Foundation
- Joan Steinberg (Moderator), Managing Director, Global Head of Philanthropy, Morgan Stanley
All interested funders.
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