Businesses large and small will be critical partners as the world continues to heal from the global pandemic and its economic impacts. The field of corporate philanthropy will shift and adapt to make the most of limited resources of human and financial capital to help communities in their back yard and beyond. Maureen Flynn from Changing Our World - a consulting company dedicated to helping the private sector act as a force for public good - will join us along with other CSR executives from across the country to talk about how this work continues to evolve to meet community need.

Speaker: Maureen Flynn, Changing Our World


  • Mateus Baptista, Deputy Director, Panasonic
  • Michele Mehaffy, Consumer Affairs Manager, Wegmans

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