Nov
29
1:30 PM13:30

Innovations in Corporate Social Impact: Solving Business Challenges with Social Entrepreneurship

Overview

Companies of all types are taking a fresh look at the broader impact of their work- how their employees, customers, and their communities are impacted by what and how they produce.  While increasingly desirable for leaders to make sure their company has a positive societal impact, it is not often clear how that is done at scale, especially in a way that supports the business goals and financial targets.  Enter social entrepreneurship.

One of the most rapidly growing areas within the field of entrepreneurship is that of for-profit social entrepreneurship- innovative, for-profit businesses designed to simultaneously drive a social or environmental impact.  The Bay Area is fortunate to be home to the largest concentration of these for-profit social impact startups, many of which are already collaborating with larger traditional companies who are their customers, suppliers, and go-to-market partners. 

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The main themes of the program include:

  • Attracting and retaining talent - How are organizations leveraging social enterprises to create a unique employee value proposition, and increase employee engagement?

  • Increasing revenue - How are organizations utilizing entrepreneurship to drive into new markets?

  • Reducing costs - Which start-ups are helping to reduce corporate healthcare costs while simultaneously increasing worker productivity?   

What’s Unique

  • Innovative Start-ups - The program will provide exposure to many of the Bay Area top startups helping mid to enterprise size organizations address core business challenges.

  • Participants - Attendees from a variety of corporate functions, including executive office, product and service line leaders, Finance, Marketing & Sales, HR and Operations.

  • Focus - The program is focused on corporate initiatives where both financial and social goals are achieved simultaneously

  • Local - Part of the goal is to foster stronger connections among the local Bay Area ecosystem of professionals in companies

AGENDA

1:30pm: Registration

2:00pm: Welcome & opening panel with Ann Mei Chang, author of Lean Impact: How to Innovate for Radically Greater Social Good. Learn more and order your copy here.

3:00pm: Social entrepreneur showcase led by Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, Executive Director, Social Venture Circle

Featured social impact companies that are successfully delivering a product or service into mid to large enterprises. Speakers include:

  • Mark Godley, CEO, LeadGenius: LeadGenius provides a combination of technology and human intelligence at scale to help global revenue teams by producing richt, actionable data on an ongoing basis.

  • Cory Smith, CEO & Co-founder, Wisdom Labs: Wisdom Labs helps great companies become wiser workplaces.

  • Dan Kalafatas, Chairman and Co-Founder, 3Degrees: 3Degrees provides clean energy services, including PPAs, RECs, community solar and more, to organizations looking to meet sustainability goals.

  • Megan Mokri, CEO & Founder, Byte Foods: Byte Foods is changing the way people eat at work by making it easy to put fresh, healthy food in non-serviced offices

  • Debbie Mullin, CEO & Founder, Copper Cow Coffee: Copper Cow Coffee brings specialty Vietnamese coffee to your office, home and adventure

  • Mike Jordan, CEO & Founder, CircleOf: CircleOf is a digital health app that helps caregivers and patients organize and mobilize their family, friends, and co-workers into an on-demand care community, allowing anyone at anytime to create a connected community of care.

  • Shannon Spanhake, CEO & Founder, Cleo: Cleo is reimagining care and support for today's expecting parents in the workforce.

  • Martha Hernandez, CEO & Founder, MadeBOS: MadeBOS is a smart, AI driven, career pathing platform that creates economic mobility for entry level workers in retail and adjacent.

  • Kristian Ranta, CEO & Founder, Meru Health: Meru Health is an online medical clinic treating depression and burnout.

4:pm: --- Break ---

4:30pm: Breakout Sessions

Breakout A - Leveraging “Biznevolence” to Attract and Retain Employees.

How do you support the corporate financial goals while simultaneously supporting an ecosystem of several hundred not for profit organizations throughout the world?  In this breakout, Bryan will dive into a key business process for Box, that of hiring talent, and walk through a program he invented to increase leads of new recruits while simultaneously drive more philanthropic giving and support.

Moderator: Bryan Breckenridge, Senior Director & Executive Director, Box.org

Panelist: Shannon Spanhake, CEO & Founder, Cleo:

Breakout B - Leveraging Social Entrepreneurship to Build Capabilities and Grow Markets

Pearson’s flagship social impact campaign Project Literacy provides a platform for supporting social enterprises aligned with the company on combating illiteracy. The campaign has also strengthened Pearson's own capacity for innovation and approach to reaching new markets and customer segments. Since 2016, Pearson has supported 29 ventures through its literacy accelerator and, as part of this program, uses a methodology known as the 'Braintrust' to help companies get to breakthrough insights in a short amount of time. The format for running a Braintrust was developed by Unreasonable Group, pulling from the best practices at Pixar, the Stanford d.school, and Google X. In this breakout, Jennifer Young and Julia Firestone will lead a Braintrust to showcase how to apply this methodology to solve key business challenges.

Moderators: Jennifer Young Perlman, Director Innovation and Partnerships and Julia Firestone, Social Impact Strategist, Pearson

Breakout C - Reducing Costs, Increasing Impact.

How can a start-ups such as Meru Health, help corporations reduce costs and minimize risk, while simultaneously increasing worker productivity and welfare?  

Moderator: Dan Kalafatas, Chairman and Co-Founder, 3Degrees

Panelist: Cory Smith, CEO & Co-founder, Wisdom Labs

5:30pm: Corporate Showcase

6:00pm: Closing Comments


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Dec
6
3:30 PM15:30

Reel Impact Film Festival

Join us for an extraordinary night as our community comes together to celebrate social entrepreneurs and impact organizations through filmmaking, storytelling, and networking with like-minded people.

How do social impact organizations (both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations) strategically use short videos and storytelling to share their impact? We’ll explore how film and short videos are used by mission driven organizations to spread positive messages, drive change, and achieve strategic goals.

Need some inspiration in your life? Come out to meet some amazing people and get inspired! These social impact entreprenerus are taking on some of the world's biggest problems in the most innovative ways.

For more information visit our website: Reel Impact Film Festival.

AGENDA

3:30 PM - Green Carpet Networking Reception

4:00 PM - Welcome by ONE WORLD & Mama Hope

4:15 PM - Social Impact Video Storytelling opening interviews with

5:00 PM - RIFF finalists video screening round I

5:30 PM - Screening Round Debrief Spotlight

6:00 PM - Break

6:30 PM - RIFF finalists video screening round II

7:15 PM - Three workshops

Workshop 1: Stop the Pity, Unlock the Potential - A movement to shift the narrative: How can authentic, community-driven storytelling build a media movement?

Workshop 2: Documentary style promotional filmmaking

Workshop 3: How to create a successful campaign raising money via kickstarter - tricks and best practices

8:30 PM - Award Ceremony moderated by

***Watch our inspiring RIFF2016 video and read our 2017 RIFF blog***

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SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR RIFF 2018 CO-HOST Mama Hope

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BIG SHOUT OUT TO THE TOWN KITCHEN - thanks for providing your delicious food to #RIFF2018 guests

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THANK YOU TO OUR MARKETING & COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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Feb
26
12:00 PM12:00

Bay Area Impact Summit

Accelerating Impact: ONE WORLD’s Bay Area Impact Summit

ONE WORLD is excited to announce its 4th Bay Area Impact Summit! 

We will highlight examples of how investors, entrepreneurs, and other professionals in the impact ecosystem are taking bold steps today to create a better world. 

This program features on-stage interviews with thought leaders in the field of impact investing, fireside chat discussions and panel of investors, a full slate of pitches from 8-10 of the best Bay Area-based social entrepreneurs, and an engaging reception to connect with local investors, entrepreneurs, and other partners sharing our interest in moving the local social entrepreneurship space forward.

*** LEARN MORE HERE AND GET YOUR TICKET

SUMMIT GOALS

  • Learn – Gain exposure to the fundamentals of the industry and learn directly from practitioners

  • Network – Build relationships with other impact professionals

  • Action – Identify opportunities to increase impact, as investor, entrepreneur, or corporate professional

WHAT'S UNIQUE

  • Structure – Roundtable and discussions, demo day presentations

  • Participants – Mix of entrepreneurs, investors, and corporate professionals

  • Focus – Bay Area based impact professionals

AGENDA & SPEAKERS will be announced soon.

*** LEARN MORE HERE AND GET YOUR TICKET

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS & SPONSORS

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Jul
11
3:30 PM15:30

Hacking Food - Bay Area's Sustainable Food & Agriculture Festival

Join us for an engaging and inspiring afternoon focusing on food! Interested in the hottest topics in the sustainable food industry? Want to get to know disruptive food entrepreneurs? Curious to try new food products?

Several small, midsize and large companies from the Bay Area will showcase their products and services through live demonstrations at their booths. Social entrepreneurs, investors, venture capitalists and everyone else interested in food is welcome to this unique event.

Come out to meet some amazing people and get inspired!

These impact entrepreneurs are taking on some of the world's biggest problems in the food sector in the most innovative ways.

AGENDA & SPEAKERS will be announced soon.

 *** Watch our 2017 event video here and read our blog***

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Nov
7
1:30 PM13:30

Innovations in Corporate Social Impact: Solving Business Challenges with Social Entrepreneurship

Overview

Companies of all types are taking a fresh look at the broader impact of their work- how their employees, customers, and their communities are impacted by what and how they produce.  While increasingly desirable for leaders to make sure their company has a positive societal impact, it is not often clear how that is done at scale, especially in a way that supports the business goals and financial targets.  Enter social entrepreneurship.

One of the most rapidly growing areas within the field of entrepreneurship is that of for-profit social entrepreneurship- innovative, for-profit businesses designed to simultaneously drive a social or environmental impact.  The Bay Area is fortunate to be home to the largest concentration of these for-profit social impact startups, many of which are already collaborating with larger traditional companies who are their customers, suppliers, and go-to-market partners. 

AGENDA & SPEAKERS will be announced soon.

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Dec
5
3:30 PM15:30

Reel Impact Film Festival

Join us for an extraordinary night as our community comes together to celebrate social entrepreneurs and impact organizations through filmmaking, storytelling, and networking with like-minded people.

How do social impact organizations (both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations) strategically use short videos and storytelling to share their impact? We’ll explore how film and short videos are used by mission driven organizations to spread positive messages, drive change, and achieve strategic goals.

Need some inspiration in your life? Come out to meet some amazing people and get inspired! These social impact entreprenerus are taking on some of the world's biggest problems in the most innovative ways.

For more information visit our website: Reel Impact Film Festival.

AGENDA & SPEAKERS will be announced soon. 

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Oct
18
to Oct 19

Toniic's North American Regional Event: Impact at Scale

ONE WORLD is honored to co-create Impact at Scale - Toniic’s regional meeting in Silicon Valley. The program will enable the toniic community to think innovatively about how to scale their work driving positive change.  We will explore the levers that power Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, specifically innovation, technology, and networks and how they are combined in novel ways to create new companies and industries. Additionally, the program will include a slate of presentations from multiple impact funds and direct investments exemplifying these themes.

AGENDA

Thursday Oct. 18

4:30 pm - Doors Open & Networking

5:00 pm - Welcome by Kim Griffin, Relationship Manager, toniic

5:30 pm - Opening remarks by Richard Fahey, President, Skoll Foundation

6:00 pm - Panel - Investor’s Journey

Danny Almagor, Managing Director, Small Giants

Ann Marie Rousel, Social Impact

Kim Griffin, Relationship Manager, toniic

6:45 pm - Reception & Networking

8:00 pm - Optional Drinks/Dinner offsite

Friday Oct. 19

8:30 am - Breakfast & Networking

9:00 am - Welcome by Adam Bendell, CEO, toniic

9:20 am - Opening Presentation: Impact at Scale: Sarah Stein Greenberg, Executive Director, d.school

10:15 am - Break

10:30 am - Breakout sessions

  1. Leveraging Innovation to scale: Shalu Umapathy, Managing Director, Ideo.Org

  2. Leveraging Technology to scale: Anda Ngcaba, Ngcaba family / Ibrahim Alhusseini, Full Cycle Energy / Lesely Marincola, Angaza / Moderator: Lisa Kleissner, toniic co-founder

  3. Leveraging Networks to scale: Laura Francis, Director of the Sea Forward fund / Moderator: Ryan Kushner, Expert in Residence, Clean Energy Fund

11:30 am - Report out - Breakouts

12:00 pm - Lunch & Networking  

1:15 pm - Impact Fund Presentations: Wes Selke, Better Ventures / Kayoko Lyons, MicroVest / Arvind Gupta, Indi Bio /Moderator: LItal Slavin, Founder & CEO, Beyond Family Office

2:30 pm - Networking Break

3:00 pm - Direct Deal Presentations: Richard Perl, TerraCycle / Meena Sankaran, KETOS / Phoenix Revolution / Moderator: Dimple Sahni, Anthos Asset Management

4:00 pm: Recap

4:30 pm: Close

Please note this is an invitation-only event for Toniic members.  To learn more about Toniic, please contact Richard Muller at richard.muller@toniic.com

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Sep
20
5:30 PM17:30

Social Impact Happy Hour

ONE WORLD and Westly Foundation- invite you - our networks and social impact community members to connect in a casual environment to encourage meaningful, face-to-face conversations. This month we’re joined by social innovators from the Westly Prize network, the former winners and finalists of the Westly Prize for Young Innovators of California, sponsored by the Westly Foundation. Get out of the office and off your phone to join other social entrepreneurs, impact investors, non-profits, foundations, and social impact professionals for a fun evening.

The Westly Foundation is a Silicon Valley-based foundation established in 2000 by Steve Westly – founder of the Westly Group and former Controller of the State of California – and his wife, Anita Yu. In addition to sponsoring the Westly Prize, the Foundation makes grants to high-performing non-profits that serve children and youth at risk in California.

The open application for the 2018-19 Westly Prize closes on October 15 so innovators under age 28 are encouraged to learn more and apply!

Note: space is limited to 30 attendees for this special Happy Hour!

Get your spot here.

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Sep
19
11:00 AM11:00

CEO Roundtable: Raising The Series A

The purpose of the gathering is to provide an opportunity for social entrepreneurs to connect with each other and a few institutional investors on the topic of fundraising.   The discussion will be guided by expert investors who have worked with hundreds of start-up CEOs over their careers. 

Topic: Raising Series A

Agenda

11am - Welcome & Introductions - Scott Saslow & Angie Mertens ONE WORLD

11:15 - Facilitated discussion by Andrew BeebeObvious Ventures

Noon - Lunch & networking with additional entrepreneur and investor guests

1pm - Facilitated discussion by Heidi PatelReThink Impact

2pm - Wrap up

Attendees

Dominique Barnes, Co-founder & CEO, New Wave Foods

Andrew Beebe, Managing Director, Obvious Ventures

Danny Cotter, Investor, Westly Group

Jeffrey Engler, CEO, Wright Electric

Andrew Hill, Co-founder & CEO, LiftEd

Lynn Johnson, Co-founder & CEO, Spotlight:Girls

Sidarth Kakkar, Co-founder & CEO, Freckle

Virginia Klausmeier, President & CEO, Sylvatex

Angie Mertens, Program Director, ONE WORLD

Heidi Patel, Partner, ReThink Impact

Marsela Pecanac, Director/SVP, New Resource Bank

Meena Sankaran, Founder & CEO, Ketos

Scott Saslow, Founder & CEO, ONE WORLD

Keely Stevenson, Founder & CEO, Weal Life

David Snydacker, Founder & CEO Lilac Solutions

Rose Wang, Co-founder, & CEO, Chirps Chips

Sophia Yen, Co-founder & CEO, Pandia Health

Jeanne Yao, Co-founder & CTO, BioCellection

*Note: this is an invite only event. If you're interested in joining similar events in the future reach out to info@oneworld.training

Thank you to our host New Resource Bank!

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Jul
12
3:30 PM15:30

Hacking Food - Bay Area's Sustainable Food & Agriculture Festival

Join us for an engaging and inspiring afternoon focusing on food! Interested in the hottest topics in the sustainable food industry? Want to get to know disruptive food entrepreneurs? Curious to try new food products?

Several small, midsize and large companies from the Bay Area will showcase their products and services through live demonstrations at their booths. Social entrepreneurs, investors, venture capitalists and everyone else interested in food is welcome to this unique event.

Come out to meet some amazing people and get inspired! These impact entrepreneurs are taking on some of the world's biggest problems in the food sector in the most innovative ways.

***LEARN MORE AND GET YOUR TICKET HERE***

AGENDA

3:30 pm Check in & networking reception

4:00 pm Welcome words by ONE WORLD

Opening remarks: Liz Carlisle, Lecturer, Stanford University "Food and Agriculture: Current Top Five Trends"

4:20 pm Panel Discussion - Scaling a business and keeping sustainability at the core - an industry, investor & entrepreneur perspective

4:45 pm Entrepreneur Spotlight

5:00pm Four Workshop Sessions 

1. Engaging consumers to change behavior, do good and drive growth 

2. Transforming the supply chain: delivering impact right from the source 

4. Sustainable YOU! - Just like a business, which must plan to be sustainable, and successful, YOU must have a clear, specific plan for your own health. In this workshop we will explore the three pillars of a healthy lifestyle which can significantly impact your health and general well-being; MOVEMENT, MINDFULNESS/REST, AND Real FOOD! 

5. Impactathon Mini: a bite-sized version of Impactathon®! This session, open to problem solvers of all ages will walk participants through a lightening rounds of ideation around food waste, food packaging, and food distribution impact opportunities. 

6:15pm Networking reception & live demonstrations at food booths

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS

Enjoy product samples and live demonstrations! We have an inspiring and growing group of social entrepreneurs that will staff booths, including

 *** Watch our 2017 event video here and read our blog***

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Jun
14
1:30 PM13:30

Innovations in Corporate Social Impact Summit

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This program brings together professionals in Bay Area corporations who have direct and indirect responsibility for the social and environmental impact of their organization.  There are many efforts underway in large and mid-sized companies designed to increase social impact, many of which go well beyond traditional corporate social responsibility efforts.  This program is designed to provide practical examples of the ways in which companies are driving impact while also achieving business goals.  

***Get your ticket here and learn more***

Agenda

1:30pm - Registration

2:00pm - Welcome by ONE WORLD

2:20pm - Fireside chat:

* Peter Van Camp, Interim Chief Executive Officer, President & Executive Chairman, Equinix

* Scott Saslow, Founder & CEO, ONE WORLD Training & Investments (moderator)

3:00pm - Four Break Out Panels - Round I

1. Leveraging Talent for Impact: From frontline employees to senior executives, how are companies putting their human capital to work to drive positive impact?

* Jessica Hyman, Head of Engagement and Insights, Atlassian

* Whitney Hampton, Senior Manager Gap Inc.

* Brian Thomas, Business Architect, Growth and Sustainability, Equinix

* Geoff Trotter, Founder & Managing Director, KMPact (moderator)

2. Innovative Uses of Corporate Resources

Beyond corporate philanthropy and volunteerism, what additional ways can companies leverage financial capital and intellectual capital to make a positive impact to the environment and society?

* Kari Dohn Decker, Managing Director, Corporate Responsibility, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

* John Baer, Managing Director, Enterprise Risk Solutions, Moody's Analytics

* Sunya Ojure, Senior Manager, Sustainability, Salesforce

* Pamela Roussos, Chief Innovation Officer, Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, Santa Clara University (moderator)

3. Designing & Delivering Products for Impact: How are companies delivering products, services and opportunities for underserved populations, domestically and abroad?

Shannon Siart, Manager, Sustainability Initiatives, HPE

* Jennifer Young, Director Global Social Impact Programs, Pearson

* Murali Vullaganti, Founder & CEO, PeopleShores

Beau Cronin, Partner, The Data Guild

* Scott Saslow, Founder & CEO, ONE WORLD Training & Investments (moderator)

4:00pm Networking Break

4:30pm - Four Break Out Panels - Round II (same topics and speakers as in Round I)

5:45pm Closing remarks ONE WORLD

6:00pm Networking Reception

Get your ticket here and learn more

***Read our 2017 event blog here***

What’s Unique

  • Participants - Attendees from a variety of corporate functions, including HR, product and service line leaders, Finance, Marketing & Sales, and Operations.

  • Focus - The program is focused on corporate initiatives where both financial and social goals are achieved simultaneously

  • Local - Part of the goal is to foster stronger connections among the local Bay Area ecosystem of professionals in companies

Speakers - see our growing list

 At  Atlassian , Ms.  Hyman  creates change by bringing people together through a shared vision and fostering commitment and ownership. She also serves on the Board President for  Girls on the Run , a non-profit organization that uses running as a tool for empowering young women to realize their full potential.

At Atlassian, Ms. Hyman creates change by bringing people together through a shared vision and fostering commitment and ownership. She also serves on the Board President for Girls on the Run, a non-profit organization that uses running as a tool for empowering young women to realize their full potential.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Over the past twelve years at Equinix, Mr. Thomas has played leadership roles in the areas of Finance, Strategy, Culture, and CSR, including five years as Chief of Staff to the CEO. Before Equinix, Brian was an Investment Banker with Citigroup in London, Singapore, New York and San Francisco.

Over the past twelve years at Equinix, Mr. Thomas has played leadership roles in the areas of Finance, Strategy, Culture, and CSR, including five years as Chief of Staff to the CEO. Before Equinix, Brian was an Investment Banker with Citigroup in London, Singapore, New York and San Francisco.

 Mr. Van Camp was appointed Interim CEO and President in January 2018, as he continues to serve as Equinox’s Executive Chairman, a position he was appointed to in April 2007. Earlier in his career, Mr. Van Camp worked at UUNET, where he served as President of Internet markets and as President of the Americas region. Mr. Van Camp currently serves as Lead Independent Director of publicly-traded  Silver Springs Networks  and on the Board of Directors of the  Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation .

Mr. Van Camp was appointed Interim CEO and President in January 2018, as he continues to serve as Equinox’s Executive Chairman, a position he was appointed to in April 2007. Earlier in his career, Mr. Van Camp worked at UUNET, where he served as President of Internet markets and as President of the Americas region. Mr. Van Camp currently serves as Lead Independent Director of publicly-traded Silver Springs Networks and on the Board of Directors of the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation.

 Ms. Hampton serves as the Senior Manager at Gap Foundation. She has 14+ years of experience working in responsible business, community affairs, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability.

Ms. Hampton serves as the Senior Manager at Gap Foundation. She has 14+ years of experience working in responsible business, community affairs, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability.

 At JPMorgan, Ms. Decker manages corporate responsibility in the Western U.S. Prior to that she managed global philanthropy, corporate responsibility and government relations, also for the Western Region. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of  Linked Learning Alliance  and is an Advisory Council Member at  Stanford Center on Longevity .

At JPMorgan, Ms. Decker manages corporate responsibility in the Western U.S. Prior to that she managed global philanthropy, corporate responsibility and government relations, also for the Western Region. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Linked Learning Alliance and is an Advisory Council Member at Stanford Center on Longevity.

 As the Chief Innovation Officer, Ms. Roussos is responsible for ensuring the scaling of Miller Center’s work both working with social entrepreneurs and partners and innovating new methods of support and engagement with social entrepreneurs. She is also a member of  Livelyhoods ’ Board Chair, a mentor at Global Social Benefit Institute (Santa Clara University), and a Director at  Pact .

As the Chief Innovation Officer, Ms. Roussos is responsible for ensuring the scaling of Miller Center’s work both working with social entrepreneurs and partners and innovating new methods of support and engagement with social entrepreneurs. She is also a member of Livelyhoods’ Board Chair, a mentor at Global Social Benefit Institute (Santa Clara University), and a Director at Pact.

 At Moody’s Analytics, Mr. Baer serves as the leader in the Credit Assessment and Origination and Small Business Lending business lines of Enterprise Risk Solutions. Prior to that, he served as the Senior Manager Transaction Advisory Services at Ernst & Young. Mr. Baer is currently a member on the Advisory Board at  Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship .

At Moody’s Analytics, Mr. Baer serves as the leader in the Credit Assessment and Origination and Small Business Lending business lines of Enterprise Risk Solutions. Prior to that, he served as the Senior Manager Transaction Advisory Services at Ernst & Young. Mr. Baer is currently a member on the Advisory Board at Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship.

 For the past 15 years, Ms. Young has worked across public, private and nonprofit sectors to advance solutions to large-scale social and public policy challenges. At Pearson, she oversees the company's programs and partnerships for its global social impact campaigns, including  Project Literacy . She also serves on the Board of Directors of a community-based nonprofit,  SFCASA , that advocates for abused and neglected children in foster care.

For the past 15 years, Ms. Young has worked across public, private and nonprofit sectors to advance solutions to large-scale social and public policy challenges. At Pearson, she oversees the company's programs and partnerships for its global social impact campaigns, including Project Literacy. She also serves on the Board of Directors of a community-based nonprofit, SFCASA, that advocates for abused and neglected children in foster care.

 Mr. Vullaganti is the co-founder of  PeopleShores  and  RuralShores , both social enterprises focusing on job creation for unemployed youth in underserved communities. Over the last eight years, RuralShores has gone on to become the world’s largest Impact Sourcing Service Provider (ISSP). Previously, he was Managing Director of Xansa India (now Steria) and Executive member of the Group Management Board.

Mr. Vullaganti is the co-founder of PeopleShores and RuralShores, both social enterprises focusing on job creation for unemployed youth in underserved communities. Over the last eight years, RuralShores has gone on to become the world’s largest Impact Sourcing Service Provider (ISSP). Previously, he was Managing Director of Xansa India (now Steria) and Executive member of the Group Management Board.

 Ms.  Ojure  is a sustainability professional with expertise in corporate sustainability strategy, communications, stakeholder engagement, project management, and event greening. Before becoming the Senior Manager, Sustainability at  Salesforce , she worked for other big corporations, such as  Facebook  and  Mcdonalds .

Ms. Ojure is a sustainability professional with expertise in corporate sustainability strategy, communications, stakeholder engagement, project management, and event greening. Before becoming the Senior Manager, Sustainability at Salesforce, she worked for other big corporations, such as Facebook and Mcdonalds.

 Mr.  Cronin  is a partner at  The Data Guild , a venture studio that co-creates new businesses in life sciences, healthcare, demand-side energy, and other sectors that bear on social and environmental impact. Before that, he co-founded two companies based on probabilistic inference, both backed by  Founders Fund . The second, Prior Knowledge, was acquired by Salesforce in 2012.

Mr. Cronin is a partner at The Data Guild, a venture studio that co-creates new businesses in life sciences, healthcare, demand-side energy, and other sectors that bear on social and environmental impact. Before that, he co-founded two companies based on probabilistic inference, both backed by Founders Fund. The second, Prior Knowledge, was acquired by Salesforce in 2012.

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May
10
12:00 PM12:00

Bay Area Impact Summit - Spring '18

Accelerating Impact: ONE WORLD’s Bay Area Impact Summit

ONE WORLD is excited to announce its 4th Bay Area Impact Summit! 

We will highlight examples of how investors, entrepreneurs, and other professionals in the impact ecosystem are taking bold steps today to create a better world. 

This program features on-stage interviews with thought leaders in the field of impact investing, fireside chat discussions and panel of investors, a full slate of pitches from 8-10 of the best Bay Area-based social entrepreneurs, and an engaging reception to connect with local investors, entrepreneurs, and other partners sharing our interest in moving the local social entrepreneurship space forward.

REGISTER HERE to to roll up your sleeves and get inspired for action.

Space will be limited for this event to ensure high-quality idea exchange.

Alongside with many experts, investors and entrepreneurs we will dive deep into themes including:

  • Gender Lens Investing

  • Corporate Impact Investing

  • How to raise capital

--- View the previous highlight video here ---

--- Bay Area Impact Summit, May 10 event blog here ---

AGENDA

12:00 pm: Doors open / Lunch / Registration

1:00 pm: Fireside chat with Morgan Simon, Managing Director, Candide Group: Author of Real Impact and Scott Saslow, CEO & Founder, ONE WORLD Training & Investments

1:45 pm: Social Entrepreneur Presentations Round I

3:00 pm: Break & Networking

3:30 pm: Breakout Panels

Breakout Panel I - Gender Lens Investing with Kristin Hull, Founder & CEO, Nia Impact CapitalHeidi Krauel Patel, Partner, Rethink ImpactLynn Johnson, Co-founder & CEO, Spotlight: GirlsImogen Rose-Smith, Investment Fellow at University of California Office of the President

Breakout Panel II - Entrepreneur Panel: How to raise capital. Hear from successful entrepreneurs with Cameron Turner, Fund Manager, Oxford Angel FundTracey Turner, Founder & Chairman, Copia GlobalAndrew Falcon, CEO, Full Cycle Bio PlasticsMeena Sankaran, CEO, Ketos

Breakout Panel III - How to Deploy Capital to Social Venture Start-ups. Learn from investors using regional, sectoral, and structural strategies to generate financial returns and real impact: with Renata Gomez, Director of Community Programs & Services, Investors’ Circle & Social Venture Network and Pippa GawleyInvestors’ Circle & Social Venture Network and ONE WORLD Training & Investments,  Miles Lasater, founder, Purpose Built Ventures

Breakout Panel - Corporate Impact Investing: speakers TBA

4:45 pm: Social Entrepreneur Presentations Round II

6:00 - 7:30 pm: Reception & Award Ceremony

PRESENTING ENTREPRENEURS 

JUDGES

SUMMIT GOALS

  • Learn – Gain exposure to the fundamentals of the industry and learn directly from practitioners

  • Network – Build relationships with other impact professionals

  • Action – Identify opportunities to increase impact, as investor, entrepreneur, or corporate professional

WHAT'S UNIQUE

  • Structure – Roundtable and discussions, demo day presentations

  • Participants – Mix of entrepreneurs, investors, and corporate professionals

  • Focus – Bay Area based impact professionals

THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS AND SPONSORS

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May
10
10:00 AM10:00

Innovations in Corporate Social Impact Roundtable

This roundtable* connects Bay Area professionals working in the corporate social impact field who desire to learn and network in an informal, peer-to-peer environment.  There are many efforts underway in companies across all industries designed to increase the organization’s social and environmental impact, many of which go beyond traditional corporate social responsibility efforts.  The focus of this roundtable series is to explore innovative approaches to common challenges.

Roundtable Goals

  • Strengthen the professional network of each participant

  • Broaden exposure of local corporate impact programs

  • Provide opportunity for participants to share successes and lessons learned

Roundtable Topics

In addition to each participant providing an update of their organization’s impact activity, we will explore the following topics as time allows:

  1. Measuring financial Impact- Making the Case to the CFO

  2. Marketing Social Impact Wins: What Works for Suppliers, Employees, and Customers

  3. Leveraging Bay Area Resources to Drive Impact

*invite only

If you are interested in learning more, contact angie@oneoworld.training.

THANK YOU TO OUR HOST AND PARTNER

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May
2
5:30 PM17:30

Social Impact Happy Hour

Come and join ONE WORLD's growing social impact community in Silicon Valley

Get out of the office or house, unplug, and unwind with others who want to help create positive social impact. We look forward to a mix of social entrepreneurs, impact investors, and nonprofit, foundation and social impact enthusiasts of all stripes. 

If you're interested in joining, contact info@oneworld.training

 

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Mar
15
11:00 AM11:00

Innovations in Corporate Social Impact Roundtable

This roundtable* connects Bay Area professionals working in the corporate social impact field who desire to learn and network in an informal, peer-to-peer environment.  There are many efforts underway in companies across all industries designed to increase the organization’s social and environmental impact, many of which go beyond traditional corporate social responsibility efforts.  The focus of this roundtable series is to explore innovative approaches to common challenges.

Roundtable Goals

  • Strengthen the professional network of each participant

  • Broaden exposure of local corporate impact programs

  • Provide opportunity for participants to share successes and lessons learned

Roundtable Topics

In addition to each participant providing an update of their organization’s impact activity, we will explore the following topics as time allows:

  1. Measuring financial Impact- Making the Case to the CFO

  2. Marketing Social Impact Wins: What Works for Suppliers, Employees, and Customers

  3. Leveraging Bay Area Resources to Drive Impact

*invite only

If you are interested in learning more, contact angie@oneoworld.training.

THANK YOU TO OUR HOST AND PARTNER

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Nov
16
3:00 PM15:00

Reel Impact Film Festival

Join us for an extraordinary night as our community comes together to celebrate social entrepreneurs and impact organizations through filmmaking, storytelling, and networking with like-minded people.

How do social impact organizations (both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations) strategically use short videos and storytelling to share their impact? We’ll explore how film and short videos are used by mission driven organizations to spread positive messages, drive change, and achieve strategic goals.

Need some inspiration in your life? Come out to meet some amazing people and get inspired! These social impact entreprenerus are taking on some of the world's biggest problems in the most innovative ways.

For more information visit our website: Reel Impact Film Festival.

SPEAKERS / WORKSHOP HOSTS - see our growing list:

Hunter HolcombeAJ+

Katie Carey and Katrina BoratkoMama Hope

Natasha Deganello GiraudieMicro-Documentaries

Benjamin PackardRetainer Media

Gabriel DiamondSkoll Foundation

Jared Karol, Storytelling for Good

Niema JordanThe Alliance for Media Arts + Culture

Ken Fisher, Truth be Told Creative

****Watch our inspiring RIFF2016 video here, we hope to see you for RIFF2017***

Missed our event? Here is our blog.

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Nov
9
5:30 PM17:30

Social Impact Happy Hour

Come and join ONE WORLD's growing social impact community for a Film Festival + Storytelling - Social Impact Happy Hour in Palo Alto. This month we’re partnering with Storytelling for Good. This promises to be a fun, inspiring and engaging evening around Film Festivals and storytelling. And YES, it’s a great chance to connect with the community before ONE WORLD’s Reel Impact Film Festival on 11/16.

Get out of the office or house, unplug, and unwind with others who want to help create positive social impact. We look forward to a mix of storytellers, filmmakers, social entrepreneurs, impact investors, and nonprofit, foundation and social impact enthusiasts of all stripes. 

Sign up here.

 

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Nov
2
1:00 PM13:00

Innovations in Corporate Social Impact Summit

This program brings together professionals in Bay Area corporations who have direct and indirect responsibility for the social and environmental impact of their organization.  There are many efforts underway in large and mid-sized companies designed to increase social impact, many of which go well beyond traditional corporate social responsibility efforts.  This program is designed to provide practical examples of the ways in which companies are driving impact while also achieving business goals.  

What’s Unique

  • Participants - Attendees from a variety of corporate functions, including HR, product and service line leaders, Finance, Marketing & Sales, and Operations.

  • Focus - The program is focused on corporate initiatives where both financial and social goals are achieved simultaneously

  • Local - Part of the goal is to foster stronger connections among the local Bay Area ecosystem of professionals in companies

Event Topics

  • The state of Corporate Social Impact in Silicon Valley: Why is this important?  What impact on community, environment, and employees is achieved today? The “right thing to do” and/or good for the bottom line?  What does the research tell us?
  • Leveraging the entire corporate portfolio: What are CSR offices doing effectively, and what are their constraints? How are companies funding - directly and indirectly- other organizations that drive social impact? Human capital- from frontline employee to senior executive- how do companies leverage talent to drive social impact?
  • Designing & Delivering products for a diverse user base: How are companies delivering products and services for underserved populations, domestically and abroad?

Speakers - see our growing list

Joe Speicher, Executive Director, Autodesk Foundation 

Ben Anderson, Executive Director, B Lab

Bryan Breckenridge, Executive Director, Box

Jennifer Barnette, Attorney, Cooley LLP

 Ira Ehrenpreis, Managing Partner, DBL Partners

Abby Davisson, Director of Global Community Partnerships, Gap.inc

David Lehr, Faculty, Hult University

Brian Durkee, Chief Operating Officer, Numi Organic Tea

Geoff Trotter, Founder & CEO, KMpact

Jason Rissman, Managing Director, OpenIDEO

Jennifer Young, Director Global Social Impact Programs, Pearson

Kristen Saenz Toby, Founder & Chief Impact Officer, Revolution Foods

Bernadette Clavier, Executive Director, Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Graduate School of Business

June Sugiyama, Director, Vodafone Americas

 

AGENDA

1:00pm - Registration

1:30pm - Welcome by ONE WORLD and Cooley LLP

Fireside Chat: Why is Corporate Social Impact critical to every company?

Ira Ehrenpreis, Managing Partner, DBL Partners

Catherine Chen, Senior Vice President and Financial Advisor, RBC Wealth Management (moderator)

2:15pm - Panel Discussion

Jennifer Young, Director Global Social Impact Programs,Pearson

Kirsten Tobey, Founder & Chief Impact Officer, Revolution Foods

Scott Saslow, CEO and founder, ONE WORLD (moderator)

3:00pm - Four Break Out Panels - Round I

1. Leveraging Talent for Impact: From frontline employees to senior executives, how are companies putting their human capital to work to drive positive impact?

Ben Anderson, Executive Director, B Lab

Abby Davisson, Director of Global Community Partnerships,Gap.inc

Geoff Trotter, Founder & CEO, KMpact (moderator)

2. Supporting the Impact Economy: How are companies supporting the social impact ecosystem of investors and entrepreneurs?

Jennifer Barnette, Attorney, Cooley LLP

Bryan Breckenridge, Executive Director, Box.org

June Sugiyama, Director, Vodafone

Scott Saslow, CEO and founder, ONE WORLD (moderator)

3. Innovative Uses of Corporate Resources: Beyond corporate philanthropy and volunteerism, what additional ways can companies leverage financial capital and intellectual capital to make a positive impact to the environment and society

Joe Speicher, Executive Director, Autodesk Foundation

Jason Rissman, Managing Director, OpenIDEO

David Lehr, Faculty, Hult University (moderator)

4. Designing & Delivering Products for Impact: How are companies delivering products, services and opportunities for underserved populations, domestically and abroad?

Brian Durkee, Chief Operating Officer, Numi Organic Tea

Kirsten Tobey, Founder & Chief Impact Officer, Revolution Foods

Bernadette Clavier, Executive Director, Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Graduate School of Business (moderator)

4:00pm Networking Break

4:30pm - Four Break Out Panels - Round II (same topics and speakers as in Round I)

5:30pm Closing remarks ONE WORLD and TIDES

6:00pm Networking Reception

 

Participant List: 

Michael CarboyACWA POWER / Terry McGrathAdobe / Joe Speicher, Autodesk Foundation / Joe BerentsenBenetech / Adam BermanBerkeley Hass / Ben AndersonB Lab / Jayne Riemer-ChishtyBootUp Ventures / Bryan BreckenridgeBox / Christina LouieBox / Faith LinCisco Lisa AltieriClimate Solutions Net / Mike IvancieCNote / Aaron KahlowConscious Media Company / Nayelli GonzalezConveners / Jennifer BarnetteCooley LLP / Lara MouritsenCooley LLP / Martin BednarDNAnexus / Luke MertensFinancial Engines / Jonathan LevineFolia Water / Abby DavissonGap.inc / Una HrnjakGap.inc / Noah SwartzGratitude Railroad / Noopur VyasGSB Stanford / Jennifer O'ConnorGuidelight Strategies / Elaine MacDonald, Harvard Business School Community Partners / David LehrHult University / Naya AkelHult University / Jenna NicholasImpact Experience / Shannon Xue, ImpactMed Jenny WeissJoint Venture Silicon Valley / Deborah SchneiderLava Mae / Eric FrothinghamLifeLaunchr / Emily HineMeru Health / Brian DurkeeNumi Organic Tea / Geoff TrotterKMpact / Jason Rissman, IDEO / Beth SearsLJS Advance / Emily HineMeru Health / Kristian RantaMeru Health / Alfredo MathewNFTE / Michelle KliszewskiNFTE /Ella ClausenNumi Tea Angelina MertensONE WORLD / Scott SaslowONE WORLD / Joan AnwayPearl Consulting / Ana Gabriela PessoaPearson / Jennifer YoungPearson / Molly GreenePeer Health Exchange / Darcy Brown-MartinPlayworksDeb ParsonsPlayworks / Paul CollinsPlayworks / Samet GrayPlayworks / Angad Deep SinghRAD Urban / Jordan HammondRE-LAB / Priyanka ShekarReal Industry / Kristen Saenz TobeyRevolution Foods / Julie MooradSalesforce / Sunya OjureSalesforce / Dean SivaraSAP / Jama AdamsSidePorch / David HoodSonen Capital Matthew BauerSparrow Mobile /Jared KarolStorytelling For Good Virginia KlausmeierSylvatex / Kimberly BishopSymantec Paru YusufSV2 / Judy SeversonThe School Fund / Leena BarakatTIDES /Jolie BalesTechSoup / Karen CoppockTechSoup / Ken FisherTruth Be Told / Alex BreckonUC Davis Graduate School of Management / Bruno Giusti PereiraVisa / June SugiyamaVodafone / Catherine Crystal FosterWestly Foundation / Kana HammonYCore /

 

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Aug
24
2:30 PM14:30

Innovation, Education and Impact

This event brings Threshold Group and ONE WORLD members, as well as ed-tech experts together for an engaging and inspiring afternoon focussing on the future of edtech in Silicon Valley. The goals of this program are to educate, connect and to learn from each other about the latest innovations in ed-tech.

Program Highlights

3:00pm Welcome: Stephanie Cohn Rupp, Managing Director, Threshold Group

3:15pm Fireside chat: Nancy Poon Lue, Project Lead, New Schools Venture Fund / Scott Saslow, Founder and CEO, ONE WORLD (moderator)

3:45pm Panel discussion: Jennifer Carolan, Co-Founder and General Partner,  Reach Capital / Anisa Dougherty, Impact Analyst, Threshold Group / Sidharth Kakkar, Co-Founder and CEO Front Row Education  / Scott Saslow, Founder and CEO ONE WORLD (moderator)

4:45pm: Guest entrepreneurs:  Andrew Hill, founder, LiftEd / Perla Ni, founder,  GreatNonProfits / Ravi Gundlapalli, founder, MentorCloud / Caryn Voskuil, Education Studio, Ideo.org

5:00pm: Networking reception

Missed our event?

*** Read our blog and watch our video***

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Jul
13
3:00 PM15:00

Hacking Food - Silicon Valley's Food Festival

Join us for an engaging and inspiring afternoon focusing on food! Interested in the hottest topics in the food industry? Want to get to know disruptive food entrepreneurs? Curious to try new food products?

Several small, midsize and large companies from the Bay Area will showcase their products and services through live demonstrations at their booths. Social entrepreneurs, investors, venture capitalists and everyone else interested in food is welcome to this unique event.

Come out to meet some amazing people and get inspired! These impact entrepreneurs are taking on some of the world's biggest problems in the food sector in the most innovative ways

SPEAKERS and AGENDA will be announced soon

 *** Watch our 2017 event video here and read our blog***

You can get your ticket here.

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