Breaking into Social Impact is an event series where corporate social impact professionals talk about how they got into the profession and how they navigate in a role that’s quickly becoming an important function for companies.
Attendees will hear from a panel of high-caliber speakers cover a variety of topics including:
If you’re interested in starting a career in social impact, this event series gives you access to professionals that can give you guidance
This virtual event is sponsored by Sea Hugger, a nonprofit organization focused on protecting and healing the marine environment from plastic pollution through action and education to drive systemic change that addresses the root cause of the issue.
Jeremy Brown is the Founder of Startups Give Back, an organization that's on a mission to make philanthropy a top priority for startups, and Social Impact World, an exclusive community built for social impact leaders that's on a mission to turn the corporate world into a force for good.
Nisha Kadaba is a Social Impact leader with deep experience working across the nonprofit, social enterprise and corporate sectors. She is currently at PagerDuty, where she builds strategic programs to leverage core company assets - people, product, and funds - to accelerate the impact of mission-driven organizations. Prior to PagerDuty, she led social impact at Playmob, a tech-for-good start-up that harnesses the power of games to address global challenges and drive action. Nisha’s passionate about building cross-sector partnerships at intersections of technology, business, and social impact. She’s previously held mutli-faceted roles at Room to Read and the CAA Foundation. Nisha received her MSc degree in Environment and Development at the University of Edinburgh and her BA in Political Science and International Relations from UCLA.
Social Impact World, part of the Startups Give Back family, is an exclusive community for social impact professionals turning the corporate world into a force for good.
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