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Corporate Philanthropy Conference

Measurement, Metrics and Outcomes
DECEMBER 05 - 06, 2019 | NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL | NEW YORK, NY

December 05 - 06, 2019

About the Conference

This year’s event will blend sessions addressing the “business” of Corporate Philanthropy” and Real-Life Scenarios including representation from the Corporation and the Beneficiary Organization. Discussions will include criteria for decision making process as it related to corporate strategy. Attendees will benefit hard look at metrics, measurement, IMPACT, efficacy, output versus outcome, learning the new language of funding (no longer giving), employee engagement, portfolio analysis and much more!!

Session Highlights Include:

  • Actively Aligning Corporate Strategy with Corporate Philanthropy Strategy
  • Data Driven Approach to Social IMPACT Measurements: Understanding Efficacy & Cost for Output VS Outcome
  • Portfolio Measurement and Analysis: Building Your Campaigns from the Ground Up
  • The Civic 50: Building and sustaining a culture of Civic Engagement
  • Harnessing Your Companies Talent to Drive Employee Engagement, Satisfaction and Loyalty
  • Leveraging CSR to Build Brands through Cause Marketing
  • Collateral Damage: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – Proactively Managing Reputational and Social Risk
  • Securing Executive Leadership Buy-In: Deal Breaker versus Deal Maker 

Register before September 28th and save $100!

Who Should Attend

This Program is Designed for Executives in:

  • Corporate Philanthropy
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Corporate Citizenship
  • Corporate Foundations
  • Community Affairs and Community Relations
  • Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
  • Board Service
  • Corporate Communications
  • Public Relations
  • Legal, Regulatory and Financial Advisory 
  • Cause Marketing

Get Involved! If you would like to get involved in the 2019 conference, please contact us:

LOCATION

Conference Location:

New York Law School
185 West Broadway (between Worth and Leonard Streets) 
New York, NY 10013 
Tel: 212-431-2100

To book a room at a hotel near New York Law School, click here.

 

Pre-Conference Location:

The Conference Board 
845 Third Avenue (Between 51st and 52nd)
New York, NY 10022
Tel: (212) 339-0345

OUR MISSION

All proceeds support The Conference Board's educational, scientific, and not-for-profit mission.

WORKSHOP SPONSOR
Changing Our World
MARKETING PARTNER
Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia
AGENDA
DECEMBER 05 - 06, 2019
NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL,NEW YORK, NY
December 05 - 06, 2019

About the Conference

This year’s event will blend sessions addressing the “business” of Corporate Philanthropy” and Real-Life Scenarios including representation from the Corporation and the Beneficiary Organization. Discussions will include criteria for decision making process as it related to corporate strategy. Attendees will benefit hard look at metrics, measurement, IMPACT, efficacy, output versus outcome, learning the new language of funding (no longer giving), employee engagement, portfolio analysis and much more!!

Session Highlights Include:

  • Actively Aligning Corporate Strategy with Corporate Philanthropy Strategy
  • Data Driven Approach to Social IMPACT Measurements: Understanding Efficacy & Cost for Output VS Outcome
  • Portfolio Measurement and Analysis: Building Your Campaigns from the Ground Up
  • The Civic 50: Building and sustaining a culture of Civic Engagement
  • Harnessing Your Companies Talent to Drive Employee Engagement, Satisfaction and Loyalty
  • Leveraging CSR to Build Brands through Cause Marketing
  • Collateral Damage: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – Proactively Managing Reputational and Social Risk
  • Securing Executive Leadership Buy-In: Deal Breaker versus Deal Maker 

Register before September 28th and save $100!

Who Should Attend

This Program is Designed for Executives in:

  • Corporate Philanthropy
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Corporate Citizenship
  • Corporate Foundations
  • Community Affairs and Community Relations
  • Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
  • Board Service
  • Corporate Communications
  • Public Relations
  • Legal, Regulatory and Financial Advisory 
  • Cause Marketing

Get Involved! If you would like to get involved in the 2019 conference, please contact us:

Penny Abeywardena, Commissioner for Internal Affairs, NYC Mayor's Office

John Brothers, President, T. Rowe Price Foundation, T. Rowe Price Group, Inc.

Bonnie Carroll, President and Founder, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)

Kate Chinn, Vice President and Head of Community Relations, AllianceBernstein

Julie Clugage, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Team4Tech

Julie Davitz, Head of Impact Solutions BNP Paribas/Bank of the West, BNP Paribas

Anna- Marie DiPasquale, Advisor - Be the Change Club, Concord High School

Michael Duggan, Executive Director, Domus Foundation

Beth Fenger, Chief Partnerships Officer, Independent Sector

Icema Gibbs, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, JetBlue Airways Corporation

David Hessekiel, President, Engage for Good

Maggie Hureau, Head of Social Impact, Harry's

Arlene Isaacs-Lowe, Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Moody's Corporation and President, Moody's Foundation

Ashish Kharel, Gates Scholar,

Allyson Knox, Senior Director of Education Policy, Microsoft Corporation

Kristin Kosmides, Managing Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Legg Mason Global

Jenny Lawson, Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Point of Light Institute

Jason Rahlan, Director of Social Impact & Philanthropy, Chobani

Kathleen Ryan Mufson, Director, Corporate Citizenship and Philanthropy, President, Pitney Bowes Foundation

Jason Saul, Chief Executive Officer, Mission Measurement, LLC

Ylann Schemm, Director, Elsevier Foundation

Marcy Twete, Managing Director, Market Development, Mission Measurement

Julia Wade, Director of Vollunteers, Domus

Pre-Conference Workshop:

Navigating the Many Roles of Today's Corporate Citizenship Practitioner


December 4, 2019

1 – 5 pm

Are you new to the field? Or maybe you find yourself wearing more hats than usual and/or being asked to expand your horizons to the broader CSR/ESG/sustainability realm. Either way, it’s time to take a step back and plan for what’s ahead.

 

Part I: Lay of the Land

  • Setting the stage for an interactive workshop, participants will come together with their peers to explore a framework through which to make sense of the many aspects of their cross-cutting roles

Welcome & Workshop Overview

Introductions, agenda & workshop objectives

  • Citizenship, CSR, Community: What is My Job, Really?

Dive into the varied and expanding role of the corporate citizenship practitioner. Identify key internal stakeholders whose interests and support are critical to your success.

Maureen Flynn, Senior Managing Director, Changing Our World, Inc

Mandy Ryan, Managing Director, Changing Our World, Inc.

Tamara Tepper, Senior Consultant, Changing Our World, Inc.

 

Part II: Key Issues

A combination of mini-presentations and panel discussions will delve into major and emerging issues citizenship practitioners face when wearing their various “hats.” Participants will hear directly from leaders representing various business stakeholder groups. Topics include:

  • Philanthropy: Finding Balance Between Strategic Focus and Community Needs

    Carolyn C. Cavicchio, Director, Corporate Responsibility/ Vice President, S&P Global Foundation S&P Global

  • HR: Connecting Community Involvement to Recruitment, Development & Retention

    Julia Brown,
    Associate Manager Corporate Social Responsibility, Prudential Financial, Inc
    Rene’ O. Deida, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Prudential Financial, Inc.

  • Communications & Marketing: CSR/ESG Reporting and Authentic Leadership

    Bob Axelrod, Senior Vice President, FleishmanHillard

Part III: Tools for My Job

From targeted benchmarking data to personalized action plans, participants will leave with tools to succeed in their unique roles, along with new peer relationships to carry forward.

  • Make the Case: Citizenship Trends & Benchmarks to Demonstrate Your Value to Stakeholders

Explore key trends and data that will help make the case for the value of your work to various internal audiences.

  • Peer Learning

Come together with your peers to brainstorm around common challenges and exchange solutions and tips.

  • Defining Your Role & Goals

Leveraging the framework presented in opening sessions, participants will reflect upon their unique role and develop practical action plans to carry the day’s learnings forward when they return to their desks.

Maureen Flynn, Senior Managing Director, Changing Our World, Inc.

Mandy Ryan, Managing Director, Changing Our World, Inc.

Tamara Tepper, Senior Consultant, Changing Our World, Inc.


Who Should Attend

This Program is Designed for Executives in:

  • Corporate Philanthropy
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Corporate Citizenship
  • Corporate Foundations
  • Community Affairs and Community Relations
  • Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
  • Board Service
  • Corporate Communications
  • Public Relations
  • Legal, Regulatory and Financial Advisory 
  • Cause Marketing

Reserve your seat today!

 

Pre-Conference Location:

The Conference Board 
845 Third Avenue (Between 51st and 52nd)
New York, NY 10022
Tel: (212) 339-0345

 

Workshop sponsor
Changing Our World
Marketing Partner
Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia