Five Key Steps To Measure Your Corporate Social Impact
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Successfully measure your social impact.
More than ever, consumers, employees, the C-suite, and investors are demanding to know the measurable impact of corporate investments in cause-related programming.
In this webinar, Chief Revenue Officer at Optimy, Tom Dubois, Social Impact Manager at True Impact, Chelsea Takamine, and Sr. Director, Program Strategy and Learning at Grameen Foundation USA, Gigi Gatti, team up to provide strategies for business and nonprofit leaders to successfully measure their impact.
You’ll learn about:
- Obtaining buy-in from stakeholders;
- Defining your theory of change and clear impact goals;
- Helping nonprofit partners develop their impact measurement skills;
- Adapting to work even smarter;
- And more.
A Grameen Foundation case study will help bring these concepts to life, followed by a Q&A where you can ask the speakers your questions.
Gigi Gatti is Grameen Foundation USA’s Sr. Director, Program Strategy and Learning. Grameen is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, DC and is a global leader in the fight against poverty. Gigi’s team brings together cross-cutting expertise on financial services, innovations in agriculture, women’s empowerment and technology for development, and uses these expertise to address the complex challenges of rural women and their households that keep them economically and socially disadvantaged. With over 25 years of work experience that crosses the intersections of ICT, banking, insurance, microfinance and development sectors, past roles include Grameen’s Tech4Dev Director and Regional Director Asia, Vice President at BPI Globe BanKO, National Officer at the Asian Development Bank, and Professor at the Graduate School of Business of the De La Salle University.
Chelsea Takamine, social impact manager at True Impact, supports both corporate and nonprofit clients in implementing True Impact's measurement solutions. Chelsea's expertise in public health, program management, operations, and partnership development comes from her former roles at University of Vermont's Center on Rural Addiction, OpenIDEO, and the Public Health Institute, among others. Chelsea graduated with a Master of Public Health and a BS in Biology from The George Washington University.
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