Mobilizing Resources Across the Social Impact Sector: Q&A with Bryan Breckenridge from Box.org

In two weeks, we’ll gather Bay Area professionals together for the 4th annual Innovations in Corporate Social Impact summit. To kick off the conversation, we’re talking with local leaders about this emerging field. Up next in our interview series is a conversation with Bryan Breckenridge, Executive Director of Box.org.

Box donates and discounts Cloud Content Management for eligible nonprofits and provides services and community resources to help them succeed. Backed by Box, nonprofits can heighten how they manage and scale programs, grow their base of support, and simplify administrative workflows.

Increasing Corporate Social Impact in the Bay Area and Beyond: Q&A with Alfredo Mathew of Earn & Learn

Up next in our thought leader series leading up to the Innovations in Corporate Social Impact summit on 10/30, is our conversation with Alfredo Matthew, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Earn & Learn. Alfredo creates the business development pipeline for earned income and social impact investment to scale and grow the sustainability of the organization.

Alfredo shares his insights from over 20 years of experience as an educator and business development professional, adept at building public and private strategic partnerships to close the equity gap.

TechSoup and VP Ken Tsunoda Talk Corporate Social Impact

ONE WORLD’s 4th annual Innovations in Corporate Social Impact summit is just a a few weeks away. As we prepare to bring together impact leaders from across the Bay Area, we’re chatting with experts in the field to understand the current state— and growing opportunities— in this important field.

We recently talked with Ken Tsunoda, Vice President of Development for TechSoup, a nonprofit social enterprise that has distributed $11 billion in donated or specially-discounted technology and other resources to over one million non-profits globally.

Employee Empowerment Meets Corporate Social Impact: Q&A with Martha Hernandez, Founder & CEO of madeBOS

As ONE WORLD connects the Bay Area corporate social impact ecosystem for the upcoming Innovations in Corporate Social Impact summit on October 30, we are sitting down with local leaders to learn more about this vast and growing field. Here’s what Martha Hernandez had to say about her experience founding and scaling madeBOS, an AI career path software that empowers employees to develop their skills for their current job and future promotion opportunities. Their platform is a community where employees feel inspired to learn, stay and grow.

Corporate Social Impact in the Classroom: Q&A with Bernadette Clavier of Stanford Graduate School of Business

One World’s 4th Annual Innovations in Corporate Social Impact is coming up on October 30th. As we get ready for the event, we’re scanning the Bay Area social impact landscape and gaining insights from experts in our network.

We chatted with Bernadette Clavier, Director of the Center for Social Innovation and Emerging Projects at Stanford University to get her take on the role students, universities and companies play in the growing field of corporate social impact.

Social Impact Q&A with Pledge 1%

As we gear up for the 2019 Innovations in Corporate Social Impact summit on October 30th, we’re chatting with local leaders and experts to get their take on corporate social impact. We sat down with the team at Pledge 1%, a global movement to create a new normal in which giving back is integrated into the DNA of companies of all sizes. Pledge 1% encourages and challenges individuals and companies to Pledge 1% of equity, profit, product, and/or employee time for their communities. Here’s what they had to say.

Q&A with Kate Byrne, President of Intentional Media

As we gear up for the 2019 Innovations in Corporate Social Impact summit on October 30th, we’re chatting with local leaders and experts to get their take on corporate social impact. Kate Byrne, President of Intentional Media— a family of media and event brands catalyzing our transition to an economy that ensures our social, environmental and economic systems thrive together— shares some of her insights from her many years of professional experience. 

Top Takeaways from Hacking Food 2019

Top Takeaways from Hacking Food 2019

ONE WORLD partnered with Spero Ventures to host the 4th annual Hacking Food Festival on July 24th in Redwood City. It was an inspiring day that brought together nearly 200 Bay Area investors, companies, entrepreneurs, and other professionals moving the needle on food sustainability in the food and agriculture ecosystem. Attendees heard from experts working in many facets of the food and agtech space, participated in interactive workshops, sampled food and drinks from 25 local companies and connected with their innovative, mission-driven peers.