Net Impact

Speaking the Same Language

The Intersection of Business and Sustainability

A few weeks ago, I attended the 2013 Net Impact Conference in San Jose, Calif., a three-day immersion into the conference theme of, “Change Starts Here.” As mentioned in the blog posted before the conference kicked off, we are strong believers in the power of collaboration and creativity to affect meaningful change.

Net Impact Lays the Foundation for Collaborative and Constructive Global Transformation Through Business

Our World Needs Renaissance Over Revolution

By Jailan Adly

As an Egyptian-American, my friends and family were surprised when I did not enthusiastically celebrate the revolution in Egypt three years ago. My answer was (and still is) simple: I prefer renaissance over revolution.

Visit us at Net Impact!

By Jaime Barclay, Principal Corporate Philanthropy Specialist, Symantec

The Net Impact Conference starts today in San Jose, Calif., and we look forward to engaging with many of those in attendance – from executives who drive sustainability at Fortune 500 companies to college students who are the next generation of leaders in sustainability. If you’re among the 3,000 expected attendees, we invite you to come to a panel at noon on Saturday, Oct. 26, moderated by Symantec’s Senior Director of Corporate Responsibility, Cecily Joseph.

Adobe at Net Impact – Change Starts with Creativity

By Michelle Yates, Director of Corporate Responsibility

Today kicks of the first day of the Net Impact 2013 Conference, taking place down the street from Adobe at the San Jose Convention Center. For three days, a few thousand thinkers and doers will arrive in Silicon Valley to participate in workshops, panels, discussions and social events, all focused on using resources and new information to influence positive change in the workplace and the world. The theme of this year’s conference is “Change Starts Here,” which is a sentiment we share at Adobe.

Darden Digest: My Net Impact Journey


Seven years ago, I began my Net Impact journey. Funny thing is I went at it backwards. Most Net Impact members join during their grueling MBA programs and then stay engaged as professionals. They may later become sponsors and engage their HR or R&D groups to involve the brightest and most ambitious minds.

Net Impact Programming Supports Pro Bono Week Oct. 20-26, Alongside Other Leading Nonprofits

Projects for Good, Service Corps, and other Net Impact programs inspire a new generation of leaders to change the world through the work they do.
Press Release

San Francisco, CA, Sept. 19, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Net Impact, the global nonprofit mobilizing a generation of leaders to change the world through their careers, is participating in Pro Bono Week Oct. 20-26 alongside leading nonprofits including the Taproot Foundation, Ashoka, and others. Net Impact offers a variety of programs aimed at developing leadership skills among its community of 40,000+ student and professional members, maximizing their social and environmental impact, and building capacity in the social sector.

Students Make Big Impact in Intercollegiate Volunteering Challenge


A competition to promote social and environmental responsibility on college campuses is launching on Monday, Jan. 22.

Partnering: The New Path Forward


Originally published on November 1, 2012
Author: Brandon Tidwell


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