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Is Corporate Social Responsibility actually Responsible?
There is increasing trend towards corporations adopting missions for good in order to bolster their external and internal marketing initiiatives. We examine all aspects of Corporate Social Responsibility with special guest Brian Reich.
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RAFFA does not aggressively practice philanthropy because it is a $40 million firm. In fact, exactly the opposite is true. Tom believes that RAFFA has become a $40 million firm because it has always practiced philanthropy. Tom Raffa also believes that philanthropy is contagious, and he is determined to meet and partner with other “like minded” CEO’s that control their for-profit firms so as to cure the social issues of the day by bringing communities (nonprofits, for-profits, foundations and local governments) together while inspiring even more private companies toward social responsibility.
To help champion a culture of corporate giving and address pressing issues in our region, RAFFA and a cohort of community minded CEOs are taking on a new role as ambassadors for Corporate Social Responsibility. They are concerned about growing needs and shrinking resources, as well as the lack of cross sector collaboration and strategic approach to solving pressing problems in our community.
They have launched COMPANIES FOR CAUSES to help stir and expand the philanthropic pot and they are proposing a new solution to help stimulate, harness, and leverage the business sectors’ collective passion, talents, and resources for the benefit of the region!
Annette Richardson is a Senior Advisor and Acting Chief of Office of the United Nations Office for Partnerships (UNOP).
In that capacity, Ms. Richardson focuses on building strategic activities and facilitates the establishment of linkages and development of long-term relationships with private sector partners, high net-worth individuals, social investors and foundations. Responsible for public affairs and external relations, Ms. Richardson implements global multi-stakeholder advocacy and outreach campaigns in support of the UN Secretary General global development priorities and the Millennium Development Goals, toward 2015 and beyond.
In 2005, Ms. Richardson founded Richardson Rogers and Associates LLC, a New York and Washington, DC based consulting firm which counsels clients on public-private partnerships, cause marketing campaigns and resource mobilization. Prior to launching her venture, Ms. Richardson was Director of International Relations for the New York City 2012 Olympic Bid Committee. She also served as Chief of Staff to the Chairman and CEO of Vivendi Universal (1999-2002).
Ms. Richardson is an Honorary Ambassador of the University for Peace (UPeace). She was awarded the 2010 Global Citizen Award and the 2010 Professional Woman of the Year Award by the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW).
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Join host Robert Fisher for a stimulating chat with Maurice Bretzfield, whose forty year international career has included business management, business systems, business strategies for clients as diverse as Sony Music, MTV, and Microsoft.
His latest venture is belongto.it- a social platform for corporate social responsibilty geared to and refined by specific locales.
On this episode of Gossip Village Radio, Yara Kaleemah and Crystal Alexis will be discussing how social media plays a role in the idealogy of today's youth. Nowadays, people are consumed in the latest technology and it has become a necessity. Can we predict what the future might hold for our youth?
Sue Stephenson, a hotel executive with twenty-five years experience in the hospitality industry, relocated from England to the United States in 1991 to join The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, LLC. The company, which is headquartered in Chevy Chase, Maryland, currently manages eighty-five hotels and resorts and forty-two clubs and residences across the United States, Caribbean, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
From 2001 to 2006, Sue was the Senior Vice President, Human Resources. In this role, she worked closely with the Corporate Executive Committee as the company undertook a global expansion. Sue provided leadership and strategic direction to a human resources organization that is committed to the delivery of service excellence through innovative and sustainable human resources approaches.
In 2006, Sue assumed the leadership of The Ritz-Carlton social responsibility program, Community Footprints®. Reporting to the President & Chief Operations Officer, Hervé Humler, Sue is charged with expanding the company’s global efforts through a series of multi-faceted initiatives focused on child well-being, hunger and poverty relief, and environmental responsibility. Sue spearheaded the development and launch of Succeed Through Service®, a skills-based volunteer program designed to engage and inspire at-risk students in underserved communities. To date, Succeed Through Service has impacted the lives of over 15,000 children around the world.
JOIN US TONIGHT AS WE TALK TO ALL THE LOCAL ARTISTS THAT CAME TOGETHER TO HELP "ISAIAH" .
SOCIAL REHAB IS A RADIO SHOW/MOVEMENT THAT'S INTENDED TO BRING MUSIC, ARTS, CULTURE AND EDUTAINMENT TO THE MASSES AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE PROGRAMMING THAT GOES ON IN TODAYS MAINSTREAM RADIO AND T.V. PROGRAMS. WITH A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT ARTIST INTERVIEWS, MUSIC AND INFORMATION WE WOULD HOPE TO BROADEN ONES HORIZONS AS TO THE OTHER OPTIONS THAT EXIST... IN OFF THE GRID STYLE..EVENTS SUCH AS ....SOCIAL REHAB RADIO!!!!!!! ENJOY!!!!
On Wednesday, August 20th, Deb Evans and Jack Monson will be joined by Brian Iredell, Franchise and Agency Sales Manager, Signpost. Signpost is a cloud-based marketing software that gives local and small businesses the power to effortlessly build and manage customer relatonships. Brian will discuss the importance of reviews and digital word of mouth after online presence is standardized.
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Social media sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, and Twitter can build brand awareness, generate interest, and ultimately drive more traffic to convert more product and/or service sales. The dilemma is that most people and organizations do not know how to profitably maximize their social media assertions and interactions. If you are unsure about how to make the most of your social media efforts, I encourage you to participate in this unique edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Our guest this week is Ángel (pronounced as ahn-hel) Michael Rojas, a Holistic Social Entrepreneur, who supports socially conscious individuals and businesses in the discovery process of cultivating their desires. Through the manifestation process, he leads them into the realization of their passion and gifts, which can develop into products and services. Centered in Spiritual and Business principles and practices, he is a life & business coach, supporting business development and marketing.
Also featuring the Philantrepreneur Tips and we are starting a series on Intentional Leadership. Must have info.
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for Autistic Woman on Wednesday. Maria Iliou read the stories of Amazing Women with Autism: Temple Grandin ...viedo, Henriett Seth, Jessica Appledgate, Lucy Blackman, Amanda Baggs, Donna Williams, Liane Holiday Willey, Susan Boyle, Leo Gregory, Pjillip Margaret Brown "LadyHawke", Lizzy Clark, Heather Kuzmich, Dawn Prince Hughes, Valerie Paradiz, Daryl Hannah, Temple Grandin
Maria Iliou is Ambassador,
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