Social Capital 2012 Highlights
Industry leaders in charitable and corporate partnerships, including Procter & Gamble, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Walmart, Feeding America, U.S. Fund for UNICEF, The Nature Conservancy and United Way Worldwide, gathered at the Westin Alexandria in Alexandria, VA, for the Social Capital 2012 conference February 28 and 29. Conference themes focused on strategic partnerships between charities and the corporate sector: What works and what is next.
At the sold-out conference, participants heard from leading, cutting edge charities that are ahead of the curve on building sustainable partnerships and revenue, Additionally, several major corporations and foundations spoke on why they partner with charities and how their expectations and needs are evolving in this growing field. Over the two days, thought leaders selected from both corporations and nonprofits shared their insights and held a candid dialogue on today’s successful strategic partnerships and how they are paving the way for the future.
Social Capital Insights: Paula Berezin, founder and chief strategist of Social Capital Partnerships
Interview with Caryl Stern, President & CEO, U.S. Fund for UNICEF on creating a partnership culture and building high-performance teams.
Game Changers: Janet Fletcher, Associate Global Marketing Director, Procter & Gamble; Lori George Billingsley, Vice President for Community Affairs, Coca-Cola Refreshments; Dannielle Campos, Senior Vice President, National Philanthropy Manager, Bank of America Charitable Foundation; and Jay Livingston, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing, Bank of America.
Keynote: M. A. Sanjayan, Lead Scientist, The Nature Conservancy
New Fluencies: Impact, Marketing & Employees: Peter Beard, Senior Vice President of Impact Priorities, United Way Worldwide; Johanna Vetter, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Feeding America; Henry Jordan, Senior Divisional Vice President, Walmart & Shirley Rogers, Chief Hospital Relations Officer, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
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“Social Capital 2011 was a great opportunity to network with leading people in the industry working on today’s most innovative corporate-nonprofit partnerships.”Maura Daly, Chief Communication and Programs Officer, Feeding America