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 Innovations in Corporate Service
A Celebration of
Skills-Based and Pro Bono Volunteerism

Thursday, November 29, 2012, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Afternoon sessions: 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
1661 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304

Featuring
 
Deborah Alvarez-Rodriguez, CEO, Goodwill
Jennifer Anastasoff, Founding CEO, Fuse Corps 
Caroline Barlerin, Director, Communications and Global Community Involvement, HP
Cathy Benko, Vice Chairman, Deloitte LLP
David Bruscino, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Hewlett-Packard
Erin Dieterich, Manager, Global Employee Engagement, NetSuite
Pete Furman, Chief of Staff to Mayor Chuck Reed
Marilee Jennings, Executive Director, Children’s Discovery Museum
Jenny Lawson, Executive Director, A Billion + Change
Julia Love, Senior Program Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Adobe
Stephanie Martin, Director, Community Relations, PG&E
Jackie Norris, Executive Director, Points of Light Corporate Institute
Jennifer Scanlon, Managing Director, Community and Government Relations ,
Kaiser Permanente - Northern California Region
Diane Solinger, Manager, Googler Social Responsibility, Google
 

A Billion + Change, Hewlett-Packard and the Taproot Foundation invite you to a special celebration of skills-based and pro bono volunteerism, which will recognize Bay Area leaders in corporate service and social innovation. Join us as A Billion + Change pledge companies gather at this thought leader summit to learn about emerging service trends, such as public-private collaborations, the growing role of the millennial generation, and new innovations the tech community is introducing to the field of corporate service.

Share your successes and challenges with experts in corporate service in a "What Works in SBV" set of Roundtable Discussions in the afternoon, where you can learn about success stories in pro bono implementation, and strategies for overcoming common challenges.

We also hope you will use this opportunity to consider how your company can take the A Billion + Change pledge as part of our national effort to mobilize skills-based and pro bono service in corporate America. With more than 250 companies having taken our pledge since November, we are seeking to inspire the largest commitment of pro bono service in history.  

Space is limited, so please RSVP on this website as soon as possible! For more information about how your organization can join A Billion + Change (at no cost), please visit www.abillionpluschange.org.