The Center for Social Sector Leadership Speaker Series brings thought leaders and practitioners from across our social impact community with Haas students, alumni, and the larger community in a year-long speaker series that explores emergent and critical social impact topics and promising practices in the field. Events are free, open to the public, and cover timely and relevant topics while exploring emerging and promising social impact practices.
Social Impact Consulting Panel – Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 6:00-7:30pm Chou Hall N644 Spieker Forum
2022-2023 S3 General Info Session – Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 12:30-1:30pm C220
Your Impact Belongs Here | 9.15.22 12:00PM -1:00PM
Your Impact Belongs Here, the first in a series of lunches with CSSL on the courtyard. We will provide light snacks while we listen to your goals and you connect with new friends who also want a world where business is a positive force for good.
Ft. Anthony Chavez, Eric Cortez, & Cristy Johnston Limon
Our speaker series offers opportunities for dialog, learning and networking as students and practitioners alike connect. This year’s speaker series is “Voices for Change,” as we highlight varying levels of leadership across industry and generation. We’re excited to host this intergenerational panel featuring Anthony Chavez—Education advocate and grandson of the renowned social impact leader, Cesar Chavez—and Eric Cortes—youth voices advocate and UC Berkeley student, with CSSL’s Executive Director, and arts education leader Cristy Johnston Limon.
Interested in Social Impact consulting? Watch this 1 hour, 11 minute panel moderated by Bridgespan Partner and Haas MBA Meera Chary, and a panel of social impact consultants from Camber Collective, Dalberg Advisors and Public Equity Group discuss everything from their own personal career journeys to how they’re advancing racial equity through their respective approaches and perspectives.
IS THE CHASE FOR ADVERTISING DOLLARS KILLING THE INTERNET?
ft. Matt Rivitz | April 18, 6-7PM PST Wells Fargo Room (C420)
In recent years, the competition for online ad dollars has hit a fever pitch. Consumers have grown increasingly wary of tech platforms and targeted advertising, and Congress is considering numerous bills to regulate the industry. Who is responsible for the growing discontent? Is it the platforms? Is it the advertisers? Should government regulation have a role or do free speech laws necessitate a free market solution? Matt Rivitz, founder of Sleeping Giants—an international campaign for media and social media responsibility—will explore this issue, along with panelists from the industry