On January 15, CVNY hosted a session on innovative skills-based volunteering program. Moderated by Andrina Schwartz of Credit Suisse, the panelists included: Lalita Badinehal, Credit Suisse Marlee Margolin, IBM Jamie Saxe, Xylem Representing a diverse set of industries,
On November 13th, CVNY brought together a panel to discuss engaging remote and field colleagues in volunteer opportunities. Shannon Ross from Mash & McLennan Companies moderated our guest professionals: • Armand Biroonak, UBS • Kayla Carpenter, JetBlue • Laura Fedoryk,
On October 16, CVNY organized a special Professional Development workshop on conflict resolution led by Beth Fisher-Yoshida, PhD, Columbia University – Academic Director of MS in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program. The workshop covered basic principles and practices we can
During our kick off September event, we focused on engaging senior leadership to incorporate purpose in the business strategy. Topics included the importance of CSR teams understanding the needs of the business, and effective ways to engage senior leaders.
During the Life After CSR session, we heard from four former CSR professionals who have left the field and transferred their skills from CSR roles into new careers. Each panelist described the various skills and experiences that they continue to
During the April meeting, S&P’s Chief Communications Officer presented their communications campaign around the #ChangePays campaign. More information about that program can be found here: https://www.spglobal.com/en/perspectives/change-pays. AIG’s Chief Communications Officer presented on their Effort is Effort Campaign: https://vimeo.com/327107688/cc64eacf1b. United’s Senior
As with past professional development days, this year’s event was focused on helping members succeed personally and professionally. This half-day event featured coach, speaker, author, and comedian Jen Coken.
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