Gordon Feller, Cisco’s Director of Urban Innovations, discusses the company’s outreach and partnerships in improving the human condition.
Michael Webster, Dow’s Senior Manager of Sustainability, explains how the future is business and community working together.
Jeff Peterson, General Mills Foundation, discusses changes that make a global company’s social responsibility impactful.
“Not only is it financially viable, but it’s extremely personally rewarding” — creating markets for Nicaraguan artisans, Neil Paine, Chaka Market Bridge.
Bourbon Coffee’s Bosco Munga describes Rwanda’s progress and promise through the concept and practice of direct trade.
Miguel Salinas, corporate social responsibility leader at Adobe, describes his company’s work with the world’s teachers and students.
Jeff Terry leads Amway’s social responsibility throughout the world.
Yolanda Londono of Tupperware Brands explains how the company and it’s thousands of representatives work in the community.
Talya Bosch of Western Union describes how the company, operating in all but three countries in the world, maintains community connections.
Akhtar Badshah, international expert on corporate community work, discusses the converging interests of business and society.
BCLC’s Stephen Jordan discusses growing trends among businesses to improve communities around the world.
Global Sustainability! Dow’s Bo Miller describes the three considerations to achieve sustainability: economic, social and environmental.
Hershey’s Social Responsibility: Ed Martin of the Hershey Company describes methods of partnership among businesses and NGOs in enabling social change.
Jobs through recycling in Haiti: Jason Burger of CSS describes working with Executives Without Borders to provide opportunities for sustainable employment in earthquake-ridden Haiti.
Executives Without Borders CEO Bob Goodwin, explains skills-based volunteerism around the globe.