Unprecedented in Corporate Citizenship
We’re thrilled to bring you an unprecedented opportunity to hear from some of the best minds in corporate citizenship – all at one time, all one on stage. On Wednesday, the final day of our National Conference in Atlanta, BCLC is staging a session called “The Future of CSR: For Good or For Profit?”
Do “good” and “profit” have to be mutually exclusive, you ask? Well, that’s debatable.
And debate we will: Officials from some of the best-known CSR and social value organizations – Aspen Institute, CECP, CROA, Ethisphere Institute, and FSG – will join two leading corporate citizens, Intel and PwC, in “the Great Debate.”
This is a debate you won’t want to miss, if lately you’ve been thinking about things like:
- What’s the true definition of CSR?
- Is philanthropy going to be the nation’s social game-changer?
- If not philanthropy, what will help the nation -- now and in the future?
- How can I measure the impact of the social investments my company makes?
- Does the public care even about what my company does in society?
Two foremost media influencers are co-moderating the session – editorial director Aman Singh of CSRwire, the leading source of CSR news, and Emilio Sánchez of VOXXI, the voice of the Hispanic 21st century.
If you’re not registered to be in Atlanta with us, you don’t have to miss this riveting conversation. As part of our commitment to provide the insights that help corporate citizens make a sustained impact in society, BCLC is streaming this panel (and others) so anyone can watch it, at no cost.
Watch live on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time, and join the Tweet chat using the session hashtag #debateCSR and the conference hashtag #BCLCinUS.
We look forward to bringing you this momentous event!
The Future of CSR – For Good or For Profit?
- Alex Brigham, Executive Director, Ethisphere Institute
- Margaret M. Coady, Director, Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy
- Richard Crespin, Executive Director, CROA
- Maryann Holsberg, Corporate Responsibility Director, PwC
- Michael Jacobson, Director of Corporate Responsibility, Intel Corporation
- Kyle Peterson, Managing Director, FSG
- Chris Pinney, Senior Fellow, Aspen Institute
- Moderators: Aman Singh, CSRWire and Emilio Sánchez, VOXXI