During this session, we heard from JPMorgan Chase, PwC, Mastercard and AIG on how they are encouraging and supporting their employees to take up virtual volunteer opportunities. The group listed their nonprofit partners and discussed the benefits and challenges of
The first meeting of the New Year concentrated on volunteer recognition as a component of an Employee Volunteer Program. Recognition strategies help raise awareness within the employee base and also provide an opportunity to raise community awareness about the great
November’s meeting focused on advocating for your CSR strategy when a new leader is onboarded. Can you change-proof your initiative? We heard from three seasoned professionals with different perspectives. Guest Speakers: Suzi Cabo, Managing Director, Corporate and Community Affairs at
October’s meeting focused around CSR Measurement & Evaluation and featured speaker Laura Hollod from Johnson & Johnson. Laura is the Senior Manager of Monitoring & Evaluation on J&J’s Global Community Impact team where she focuses on measuring the quantitative and
CVNY held its first meeting for the 2018-2019 program year. The September meeting focused around disaster response and featured speakers from Marsh & McLennan Companies, JPMorgan Chase, and Moody's. Some of the topics covered included internal decision making processes that
The February CVNY meeting focused on Professional Development day and took place on February 21st at S&P Global. The event provided CVNY members with resources needed to succeed, both personally and professionally. The day featured three main sessions, detailed below:
The CVNY October meeting was held at Disney ABC on October 11th and focused around CSR Communications to diverse stakeholder groups. Alison Servi, John Wise and Danielle Sherman from Kelton Global spoke to the group about best practices and where
CVNY hosted its first meeting of the 2017-2018 program year on September 13th. The theme of September’s meeting focused on “Measuring Impact & Reporting” and featured speaker Brian Werner, Associate Director of Corporate Business at Trucost. Topics included: Defining value and goals
Following the success of the January peer-to-peer facilitated networking and discussions, Corporate Volunteers of New York is holding a second session for our final June meeting of the year.
Measurement is one of the most important, time consuming and constantly evolving areas of the CSR space. This month's meeting discussed how technology and collaboration can help increase measurement quality while reducing time spent doing it.