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Tech for Good and for Women


“When you’re in a movement, you don't hold your finger to the wind,” Gloria Steinem told the rapt audience. “You become the wind.” Or, put another way, “If you feel you’re pushing a rock uphill, throw it.”

VMware Hosts Second Annual Women Transforming Technology Conference


How can women navigate—and break—organizational barriers to advance in tech companies? This was just one of the many topics discussed at the second annual Women Transforming Technology (WT2) Conference, which took place at VMware’s Palo Alto headquarters on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017. The event brought together more than 300 attendees, from students to executives, to discuss how women can advance in the tech industry and inspire the next generation of female leaders.

Duke Energy Florida Invests $1 Million in St. Petersburg’s Campbell Park Community

  • Duke Energy Foundation’s financial commitment is in partnership with United Way Suncoast
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  • Duke Energy Foundation’s financial commitment is in partnership with United Way Suncoast

U.S. Chamber Foundation Joins Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility

Partnership Aims to Foster Development Opportunities for CSR Professionals
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WASHINGTON, D.C., October 18, 2016 /3BL Media/ —The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today announced that it will join the Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as an active marketing and thought partner to help expand the reach of the program and position the Institute as a national leader in the CSR professional development space.

Voice from the Field: Cassie Scarano, CEO and Co-Founder, Commongood Careers

A nonprofit recruiter’s take on how to recruit, develop and retain mission-driven talent

by Cassie Scarano and Common Impact

1. Do you think that there’s a “talent gap” in the nonprofit sector?  If so, what’s the nature of it?  If not, why do you think there’s a misconception in the field? 

Eastman and ETSU Announce Speaker Line-up for IDEAcademy 2016

Free leadership development event featuring keynote speaker Randi Zuckerberg
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KINGSPORT, Tenn., August 18, 2016 /3BL Media/ Eastman and East Tennessee State University’s College of Business and Technology announce IDEAcademy, a free, multi-day event featuring thought leaders in the world of innovation and leadership on September 13-14. The event, focused on the theme “Leading Innovation and Change,” will feature regional speakers and a keynote by entrepreneur and author Randi Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, a boutique marketing firm and production company.

Timberland Welcomes African Entrepreneurs as a Part of Mandela Washington Fellowship

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Last week, outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland hosted 25 of Africa’s most talented, emerging leaders at its Stratham, NH headquarters to share the company’s values-driven approach to business. Each of the entrepreneurs is a recipient of the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship, the flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) that empowers young people through academic coursework, leadership training and networking.

Reflections from the Aspen Institute Business & Society Leaders Forum


I recently attended the Aspen Institute Business & Society Leaders Forum June 5-8 in Aspen, Colorado. The Forum which meets multiple times a year is part of a policy program at the Aspen Institute designed to bring together business leaders to reflect and strategize on global issues, risks and opportunities at the intersection of business and society. The group’s primary focus is on sustainability.

FOX Sports University Gives College Students Immersive Experience in Sports Marketing


In spring 2015, FOX Sports partnered with Seton Hall University for the FOX Sports University program, a unique initiative that gives college students the chance to gain hands-on experience in the sports industry. The program pairs teams of students with FOX Sports executives to work on a real-world challenge facing the business.

Students in Seton Hall's Stillman School of Business were tasked with creating marketing materials as part of the Big East Conference's "Big East Way" campaign.


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