Join us on Wednesday, March 23, at 12pm PT / 3 pm ET for Corporate Impact & Regeneration: Building Partnerships for Impact, to explore the critical role companies can play in building partnerships to drive investment and innovation in support of a regenerative economy. Use this tool to find the start time in your time zone.
This fifth event in our Regenerative Economy series will spotlight corporate influencers supporting social enterprise, such as Cox Enterprises, as well as entrepreneurs working at the intersection of business and impact. The event will delve into the ways in which corporate investment and support of social enterprise can lead to positive societal changes, including building social capital, sparking innovation, promoting equitable and regenerative economic growth, and benefiting local communities.
Our speakers will cover trends in social enterprise, including experiences leading accelerator programs, launching tech startups, and participating in mentorship programs. Attendees will engage with entrepreneurs who have gone through the process of building their own social enterprises and gain career insight and advice.
This event will give you an opportunity to:
- Learn how companies can scale corporate impact through supporting social enterprises that promote equitable, sustainable, and regenerative business models.
- Discuss tools and methods for engaging social entrepreneurs through accelerator and mentorship programs.
- Explore innovative ways companies are working to have a positive impact in business and society.
- Learn more about how to pursue a career in social enterprise, with concrete examples of how our speakers leveraged their experience, skillset, and network to help others and build their own impact-focused careers.
- Connect with our speakers and other participants to expand your own professional network.
More on our Speakers:
AVP, Corporate Responsibility and Public Affairs at Cox Enterprises
Maury Wolfe is the assistant vice president of corporate social responsibility for Cox Enterprises, a private, family-held company with a longstanding commitment to communities and the environment.
Wolfe is responsible for leading ESG reporting and strategy along with community and employee-action programs that support Cox’s ambitious goals to empower 34 million people to lead more prosperous lives by 2034 and to support Cox Conserves, the company's signature sustainability program. She also is responsible for corporate giving, public private partnerships, and community relations. In addition, Wolfe partners with Cox's operating divisions to lead the company's national corporate partnerships, focused on fostering diversity, protecting the environment and empowering communities.
Previously, Wolfe worked for InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) where she served as director, global corporate responsibility and drove sustainability across IHG's 5,000+ hotels. Prior to joining IHG, Maury served as director, policy and sustainability for Coca-Cola Refreshments and as manager, corporate responsibility and sustainability for Coca-Cola Enterprises. She began her career with the U.S. Green Building Council in Washington, DC as manager, LEED for retail national accounts.
Maury earned a bachelor's degree in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University and a masters of business administration degree from Georgetown University.
Founder and CEO of Inclusivv
An activist, designer and social entrepreneur, Jenn Graham is the Founder and CEO of Inclusivv, bringing diverse voices together for conversations that matter. Inclusivv is a certified women-owned business and certified B-Corp with the purpose of designing a more inclusive and sustainable world by using the art of conversation to drive real and lasting change.
Since founding Inclusivv in Atlanta, Jenn has built a digital platform that has enabled tens of thousands of people to gather for conversations around the world—both in person and online on the most important issues of our time. Inclusivv clients range from Coca-Cola to Mayo Clinic, Emory University, Siemens, and Mailchimp including beloved organizations such as The King Center and the National Center for Civil & Human Rights.
Inclusivv is a graduate of the Techstars Social Impact program, City of Atlanta Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative, Center for Civic Innovation Fellowship and Blackbaud Social Good Program. As a social entrepreneur, Jenn has been featured as a “2020 World-Changing Woman in Conscious Business” by Conscious Media Company, and recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle as “Small Business Person of the Year – Rising Star” in 2019.
Philip L. McKenzie
Cultural Anthropologist + Strategist
Host, "The Deep Dive"
Philip L. McKenzie is a Cultural Anthropologist + Strategist with a focus on humanity-centered design. Philip uses his expertise in culture to advise organizations on how best to thrive in an increasingly challenging and uncertain environment. Philip uses his quantitative background and Wall Street experience in combination with a qualitative understanding of social, economic, and cultural movements to unmask complex opportunities and identify significant trends that impact and uncover viable futures. He is the creator and host of The Deep Dive, a leading culture and insights podcast with over 5000 subscribers. Philip has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Howard University and an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. Philip is born and bred in what he terms "Real Brooklyn" but travels extensively. He is completing his first book titled No Shortcuts! The Revolutionaries Guide to The Future.
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