How can you leverage your Millennnial workforce to tackle the toughest issues of our time? Join VolunteerMatch for a discussion with Andy Savitz, author and principal of Sustainable Business Strategies, and Liz Maw, CEO of Net Impact - highlighting case studies from Andy's most recent book and brand new insights on gender differences from Net Impact's What Workers Want report, as well as member stories from the field. Learn the best practices for engaging young talent on the job – whether it’s providing workers with opportunities to drive sustainable change, or instilling community engagement into the very core of your organization’s business practices.
CEO, Net Impact
Since Liz joined Net Impact as CEO in 2004, its chapter network has tripled to more than 300, formed partnerships with over 50 global corporations, and developed multiple new programs that engage students and professionals in sustainability. Liz is a frequent speaker and writer, with blogs appearing in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Huffington Post, GreenBiz, and World Economic Forum, which recognized Liz as a Young Global Leader in 2010. In 2011, Liz was named one of the 100 most influential people in business ethics by Ethisphere.
Principal, Sustainable Business Strategies
Before joining Sustainable Business Strategies Andy was a lead Partner in the Environmental and Sustainability Services group at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC). He is the author two books - The Triple Bottom Line: How the Best-Run Companies are Achieving Economic, Social and Environmental Success - and How You Can Too and Talent, Transformation and the Triple Bottom Line: How Companies Can Leverage Human Resources to Achieve Sustainable - and has worked closely with many large and small organizations to help them find their Sustainability Sweet Spots and to embed sustainability in their operational and employee life-cycle processes.
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