SCALING SOCIAL IMPACT EVENT SERIES

Along with just about everything else, COVID-19 and remote work drastically have altered the landscape of corporate social impact. sf.citi hosted several conversations with tech and nonprofit series to better understand these changes to social impact and uncover ways tech companies can scale social impact strategies in an increasingly remote world.

October 21, 2020

Scaling Social Impact in a Remote World

Part 2: Scaling Social Impact in a Remote World
Sample Speakers: Amanda Lenaghan, Cruise; Amy LeBold, NextRoll; Tina Lee, Dropbox

sf.citi talked to social impact leaders at Cruise, Dropbox, and NextRoll to learn how they’ve shifted their social impact strategies in the age of COVID-19 and remote work. With in-person volunteering relegated to our pre-pandemic past and workforces spread across the country, tech companies and nonprofits have had to adapt staples of their social impact programming to meet our new normal. Our speakers highlighted three unique approaches to social impact during the COVID-19 pandemic—many of which may mark a new frontier for social impact altogether.

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June 25, 2020

Part 1: Scaling Social Impact in a Remote World

Part 1: Scaling Social Impact in a Remote World
Sample Speakers: Dalana Brand, Twitter; Julie Wenah, Airbnb; Kimberly Bryant, Girls Who CODE

Hosted amid nationwide uprisings following the death of George Floyd, this timely conversation focused on strategies for promoting racial equity within the tech industry. Some 300 people tuned in to hear how our esteemed speakers have elevated racial equity and justice in their own work. The discussion was divided into three fireside chats, each of which was moderated by a different nonprofit leader (and member of sf.citi’s One City Forum).

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Part 1: Scaling Social Impact in a Remote World


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