Volunteer Spotlight: Taryn Sauthoff Uses Tech Talent for Good

By Rita Papadogiannis

Editor’s note: Viacom’s partner, Catchafireoriginally published the article below on Medium. The two organizations collaborate on the Talent for Good program, which creates opportunities for Viacom employees to put their skills to work in the community.

Viacom Brands Win Five 2018 Cynopsis Social Good Awards

by Lisa Di Venuta

Viacom won five 2018 Cynopsis Social Good Awards for its civic-minded media focused on LGBT advocacy, disaster relief, and anti-bullying action, among other issues. Read about each campaign below.

Awareness Campaign/Initiative – Children’s Sector

Nickelodeon Creative Advertising – Nick SPLAT – Truth – Trivia

Viacommunity Takes Talent for Good West

by Rita Papadogiannis

Last month, Viacommunity journeyed to Viacom’s Hollywood office, the Paramount Lot and the Nickelodeon Animation Studio in Burbank as par

Helping Immigration, Child Services, Hunger and Homelessness – Viacom, Catchafire Celebrate another Successful Year Collaborating

by Chelsea Alexander

This spring, Viacom teams collaborated with nonprofit organizations from across the country and donated their time and skills through Talent for Good, Viacom’s skills-based volunteering program.

The Impact of Skills-Based Volunteering


Guest Blog by Kimberly Dulin, Catchafire

Leaders are beginning to connect the dots between nonprofits, skilled professionals, and corporate social responsibility like never before, and skills-based volunteering is the common thread.

DesigNYC Hosts a Panel about Pro Bono Work and the Social Impact Design Movement


On Wednesday, October 22nd join desigNYC for a panel about pro bono work and the social impact design movement with experts in the field.

Pro Bono Week Event: Creatives Give Back

Catchafire enlists partners to drive creative pro bono opportunities in NYC
Press Release

September 24, 2013 /3BL Media/ - In celebration of Pro Bono Week, Catchafire partnered with General Assembly, NYC Digital and Made in NY Media Center  to host an event exploring creative pro bono opportunities in New York City.

Tomorrow's Leaders

2013 CECP Summit: Ahead, Together

How will a future leader adapt to an increasingly interdependent world? This question was the focus of “Top Talent: Key Competencies of Tomorrow’s Leaders,” a panel discussion at the 2013 CECP Summit: Ahead, Together. Panelists included: Elana Weinstein, Global Head of Diversity Inclusion and Coaching at Bloomberg; Stephen Dwight, Vice President, Talent Management at Novo Nordisk; Matthew Breitfelder, Managing Director, Global Human Resources at BlackRock; and was moderated by Anita Hoffmann, Managing Director at Executiva.

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