Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals to Host its 2019 Conference March 3-6 in Atlanta
January 30, 2019 /3BL Media/ – From March 3-6, Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (ACCP) will host The Corporate Citizenship Conference at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead. ACCP’s conference is the only conference exclusively for CSR professionals, and as such, boasts more than 250 attendees who are CSR leaders in their respective organizations.
“The Corporate Citizenship Conference is a great opportunity for CSR professionals—some of whom work on small or one-person teams—to network, create connections across sectors, and learn tangible skills and tactics that they can immediately apply to their work,” says Carolyn Berkowitz, CEO of ACCP. “The conference is designed to be customizable, so attendees can choose which sessions to attend based on current events within their organization.”
The 2019 Corporate Citizenship Conference will feature a keynote address from Wes Moore—bestselling author, Army combat veteran, social entrepreneur, and the Chief Executive Officer of Robin Hood, one of the largest anti-poverty forces in the nation, along with three days of keynotes and learning labs. Among the topics to be explored, include:
- Trends on Social Issues in Corporate America, Julie Hootkin, Co-Lead, GSG Corporate Impact Practice
- Marketing in an Era of Division: New Rules for a New Reality, Peter Horst, founder, CMO Inc.
- Getting the Budget You Want and Need: Lessons from the Business ROI of Social Investments, Steve Rochlin, CEO, IMPACT ROI
“The ACCP Conference is the preeminent corporate citizenship event, bringing together leaders and practitioners across industries and geographies to exchange and generate best practices in our field,” says Laura Coy, Vice President of the William Blair & Company Foundation. “Every year I am impressed by the unique mix of well-known, dynamic speakers who inspire us with their big ideas; as well as the intimate sessions where colleagues connect and collaborate on real obstacles, successes, and strategies for their work. I always leave with renewed energy and practical applications that can be put to work right away to make our citizenship efforts at William Blair more impactful.”
Registration is open for the 2019 Conference. Registration is $2,300 for ACCP Members and $3,000 for Non-ACCP Members. Click here to see which companies will be represented at The 2019 Corporate Citizenship Conference.
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