Many entrepreneurs start their companies because of a calling to create a positive impact.
Join us on August 21 as we highlight these mission-driven entrepreneurs who are prioritizing social impact, helping people in need, & solving the biggest global challenges.
We'll hear what makes developing a mission-driven startup different from other startups, & how mission is incorporated at a practical, daily level.
We're excited to discuss this and
Measuring impact effectiveness
Developing a social impact model, & strategy for impact
Succeeding as a for-profit, non-profit or B-corp business
Formalizing a mission within your company
Marketing for social impact startups
About the panelists
Maggie Hureau, Head of Social Impact at Harry's -Maggie Hureau leads Social Impact at Harry's, working in deep partnership with nonprofit organizations to ensure that 500,000 more men get access to mental health care by 2021. Prior to joining Harry's, Maggie spent 15 years working with City Year, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support to the most underserved schools in America. Her direct service work in schools & communities across New York City led her into the development & partnership space, specializing in increasing organizational impact & reach. Maggie is a graduate of Eugene Lang College at The New School, with a degree in Urban Studies. She currently lives in Queens & is a certified reiki practitioner.
Kendra Peavy, VP of Global Communications at S'well -A passionate strategic communications specialist, Kendra Peavy boasts nearly two decades of integrated marketing experience with emphasis in public relations, content development & team building. Kendra is the Vice President of Global Communications at S'well, overseeing global communications strategy & execution. As part of the senior management team, she guides external positioning, brandvisibility, content creation & corporate social responsibility. Kendra approaches every facet of her rolethrough the lens of building business & culture. Prior to S'well, Kendra was General Manager, Director of Development at Digennaro Communications (DGC), a business-to-business communications agency.
6:30 - 6:50: Drinks & Networking6:50 - 7:50: Panel7:50 - 8:15: Audience Q&A8:15 - 9:00: More Drinks & Networking
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