Tripling the Bottom Line – What Community Engagement Means for the Innovation SectorApr 4, 2016 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Society is looking to business for solutions to local problems. Investors are seeking opportunities that combine social good along with financial results. The Tech sector provides both market based solutions and rich opportunities to connect them with communities and their aspirations. Jean Case will draw from her early experience at AOL and now from her perspectives at the Case Foundation to share her view of how the Technology sector can and must triple its bottom line of financial, social and environmental impact through community engagement.
Jean Case is a philanthropist, investor and a pioneer in the world of interactive technologies. She and her husband Steve Case held top leadership positions at AOL and founded the Case Foundation in 1997. A passionate believer in all things digital and the potential of technology to change the world for the better, Jean and her team focus its efforts on addressing significant social challenges, harnessing the best impulses of entrepreneurship, innovation, technology and collaboration to drive exponential impact.
The session is co-moderated by Ilana Diamond of AlphaLab and Kathy Buechel of the Philanthropy Forum. There will be ample time for question & answers.
This event is free and open to the public, but limited seating is available. Register early to guarantee your spot.
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Program by Philanthropy Forum at GSPIA and AlphaLab Gear