The State of Corporate Citizenship

BCCCC_Logo I’m very pleased to announce that I’ll be live blogging (and tweeting!) from this year’s Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship Conference April 11 - 13.

In case you’re not familiar with it, the BCCCC hosts an incredible conference each year that includes a “Who’s Who” list of CSR, sustainability, and philanthropy professionals from around the world.

The purpose, like most conferences, is to bring together respected corporate citizenship professionals and thought-leaders for idea-sharing, discussion and networking. Students like me (and basically anyone who’s not a corporate member of the BCCCC) don’t usually get to attend, but somehow the stars aligned this time around and I’ll be there. It’s a rare opportunity, for sure – and I’m very excited.

I’ve been asked by BCCCC to provide live blog content for three sessions:

  • The Business of Corporate Citizenship: Creating New Social Ventures within Your Company
  • A Seat at the UnCommon Table: Leveraging your Philanthropic Investments in Education
  • Corporate Citizenship Journey – What have we learned? What is next?

With experts from industry, government, and the nonprofit sector, the sessions promise to be thought-provoking, informative, and inspiring.

Once the conference ends and the dust settles, I’ll be reposting my write-ups on The Changebase.

Can’t wait until the Conference has finished? Check out the BCCCC blog for my posts as they're uploaded, and be sure to follow me on Twitter. I’ll be tweeting regularly so you can get all the updates.

And another tip: don’t just follow me on Twitter. Search the conference hashtag #bcccc_conf to see what everyone’s tweeting about!

To learn more about the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and this year’s conference, check out their website.

Ashley's Note: As of April 15th, all of my posts from the BC Conference are live on The Changebase. Check out: