Roundtable on Civil Society & Social Responsibility

Roundtable on Civil Society & Social Responsibility

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Mar 18, 201312:30 PM to 4:15 PM
1005 3rd Street, NE Washington, D.C. 20002
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Dave Stangis will provide a glimpse into Campbell Soup Company’s successful Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Strategy during his keynote address on Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategies for Success. He will describe his position at the Campbell Soup Company and the functions he oversees, and share the framework of initiatives that was created to advance Campbell’s strategic Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability 2020 Agenda. Mr. Stangis also will discuss his company’s goals for the marketplace, the workplace, the planet and the community and will share insights into how the corporate social responsibility role supports those goals and makes his company more competitive globally.


1:00 pm–2:30 pmWelcome, keynote address and Q&A with break-out group leaders

2:45 pm–4:15 pmInteractive break-out groups with leaders from the nation’s top companies and foundations focused on specific areas of interest. Program Advisors strongly encourage all students to engage with these national leaders in one of the following breakout discussion groups most aligned to their professional and personal goals. Sign up through your Program Advisor. Please note: Break out group size is capped at 25. Students will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Areas of interest include:

  • Igniting Community Grassroots Initiatives
  • Banking on Social Accountability
  • It Can Wait–Insight into AT&T’s “Dangers of Texting & Driving” Campaign
  • Winning with Integrity
  • Social Sector Solutions
  • Leadership Skills for Effective Partnerships

For more detail, please download the full program agenda.

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