Breaking into Social Impact
30

Wednesday, 30 October

6:30 8:30 pm PDT

GA SF

225 Bush Street, 5th Floor (East Entrance)
San Francisco, CA 94104
FREE!
Regular Ticket
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In Partnership With:

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Breaking into Social Impact | October 30

Jeremy Brown Photo


Founder, Startups Give Back

Veronica Juarez Photo


Area Vice President for Social Enterprise, Lyft

Teryll Hopper Photo


Program Manager, Oracle Volunteers, Oracle

30

Wednesday, 30 October

6:30 8:30 pm PDT

GA SF

225 Bush Street, 5th Floor (East Entrance)
San Francisco, CA 94104
FREE!
Regular Ticket
`

In Partnership With:

Startups Give Back logo

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Join Startups Give Back and social impact professionals from some of the most recognizable companies on the planet to learn about what it takes to start and grow a social impact career in a corporate setting.

Attendees will hear from a panel of high caliber speakers who will share advice and insights based on their experience as social impact practitioners. This includes:

  • How they got into the social impact profession
  • How they see the profession evolving as more companies look to scale their social impact efforts
  • Advice they would give people who are looking to launch their careers in social impact

About the Panelists

Jeremy Brown Photo

Founder,
Startups Give Back

Jeremy Brown is the Founder of Startups Give Back, the volunteering event where startups work together to help nonprofits in their communities. He's also a startup/nonprofit advisor, angel investor, and a career marketer in the tech industry.

Veronica Juarez Photo

Area Vice President for Social Enterprise,
Lyft

Veronica works as the Area Vice President for Social Enterprise for Lyft in San Francisco, committed to solving the transportation challenges of non-profit organizations and social service organizations. Veronica was the first government relations hire for Lyft and in two years worked to build the government relations team and the foundational structure for Lyft’s long term policy and regulatory success. She was then instrumental in scaling Lyft's enterprise business, which after 3 years, ended 2018 at a 1 billion dollar run rate. In 2015, she was named one of Fast Company Magazine’s Most Creative People in Business, and inducted into The Alumni Society's Class of 2017 executives to watch. Veronica serves on the board of MACLA, a contemporary Latino arts organization in Silicon Valley, and is an Advisor to VamosVentures, a venture capital fund dedicated to supporting Latinx entrepreneurs. She is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy and Stanford University and a proud native Houstonian, home of her family’s infamous taqueria, Villa Arcos.

Teryll Hopper Photo

Program Manager, Oracle Volunteers,
Oracle

Teryll Hopper leads the Oracle Volunteering program, a program that enables Oracle's 138,000 employees to design and do volunteering projects with nonprofits and public institutions like public schools. Last year, more than 33,000 volunteers gave close 125,000 hours around the world.

About Our Partners

Startups Give Back

Startups Give Back is the volunteering event where startups get out of their offices and work together to help nonprofits in their communities.

Refund Policy

We understand that, sometimes, plans change. If you can no longer make it to a class or workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given to cancellations made within a week of the class or workshop.

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