CSR 2020: Experts Look Ahead

March 19, 2018

Today, the practice of CSR has matured to include strategic philanthropy, employee volunteerism, cause marketing, disaster response, peer-to-peer fundraising, nonprofit board service, and even incorporating social responsibility into core business practices and offerings. Within these pages, you’ll hear from leaders who have successfully charted a course for each of these areas to play a role in the new world of CSR.

Chapters and Expert Authors Include:

  1. Why Business Should be a Force for Good in Society
    – Daryl Brewster, CEO CECP
  2. Realizing The Power Of Shared Value
    – Justin Bakule, Executive Director, Shared Value Initiative
  3. Why “Human” Must Replace “Corporate” – The Case for Human Social Responsibility
    – Rachel Hutchisson, VP Corporate Citizenship & Philanthropy at Blackbaud
  4. The Untapped Potential of Employee Volunteer Programs
    – Danielle Holly, CEO Common Impact
  5. Developing Human Capital Through Nonprofit Board Service
    – Alice Korngold, CEO Korngold Consulting
  6. The Future of Our Communities Require Strategic, Long-term Disaster Philanthropy
    – Robert G. Ottenhoff, President & CEO, Center for Disaster Philanthropy
  7. The Future Of Cause Is…Embedded
    – David Hessekiel, President & Founder, Cause Marketing Forum
  8. Elevating Employee Voice With Social Fundraising
    – Jerry Needel, President and General Manager, Blackbaud Consumer Solutions
  9. Impact & the SDGs: Join the Global Conversation
    – Michelle DiSabato, Lead Impact Advisor, Blackbaud Impact Advisory Services
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