Engage with the CRB in March!
The CRB is redefining good business this month with students, professionals and faculty engaged at all levels! Join us at one of our upcoming events:
- Thurs, 3/8 – the CRB’s Omar Romero-Hernandez exposes 20 undergraduate students to corporate responsibility in a lecture at Haas focused on the importance of “materiality analysis” and how businesses can integrate environmental responsibility while maximizing shareholder and stakeholder value.
- Tues, 3/13 – the CRB’s Jo Mackness along with Haas Dean Rich Lyons addressed 60 alumns and professionals to discuss the “Future of Finance” in NYC. Download Future of Finance report.
- Tues, 3/13 – the CRB’s Tony Kingsbury addressed over 200 professionals at this year’s “Sustainability in Packaging” Conference with a lecture entitled “Are All Lifecycle-Oriented Tools to Evaluate Packaging Created Equal?”
- Fri, 3/16 – Those attending the “Beyond Yourself” Consumption Function & Fashion show will see Haas students along with the CRB’s own Professor McElhaney model water<less jeans in our first annual sustainable apparel fashion show, followed by a splash in the dunk tank… all while enjoying local, organic food, beer and wine! 6-9pm at Haas.
- Mon, 3/19 – Professor Kellie McElhaney keynotes on “Shaping Your Corporate Social Identity” at the Annual Conference on Corporate Contributions in Orlando, Florida.
- Tues, 3/20 – the CRB’s Jo Mackness leads her second in a series of four Net Impact-sponsored Issues in Depth Calls. Join the webinar to hear from executives at Intuit, with a focus on “Driving Sustainability from a Functional Role: Product Management”
- Weds, 3/21 – from 12:30-2pm, the CRB and the Blum Center for Emerging Economies hosts “Networked for Sustainability: Cisco and the City of the Future” at Blum Hall
- Weds, 3/28 – Jo Mackness leads her third of four discussions on “Driving Sustainability from a Functional Role: Supply Chain Management” – this time in conversation with Yonnie Leung, Principal of Environmental Sustainability at PG&E.