Principal and Chief Strategy Officer, Nikki Korn, recognized as a 2015 Superstar by Corporate Responsibility Magazine.
Entrepreneurship and innovation have driven the U.S. economy for generations. Numerous case studies support this claim including the invention of modern medicine, the World Wide Web, and today's communication technologies.
Sparking dialogue among Boston City Officials and urban teens around education issues – watch short video
As students head back to school, it’s a perfect time for companies to initiate new programs and engage employees in providing educational opportunities for youth to get them real world learning experiences outside of the classroom.
Catch up on what the Cause Consulting team has been up to this Fall: launching music + technology education programs, facilitating health + wellness community stakeholder meetings, connecting the dots of local-global impact and how social innovation + education are transforming Masai villages.
On a recent trip to Africa, Amy Green witnessed first hand how mobile technology, education, and communal stewardship are transforming local communities in the developing world.
Discover 5 approaches to successfully navigate the local-global tightrope that corporate citizenship professionals tread everyday.
It is increasingly clear that global health, education, poverty and environmental challenges are profoundly interconnected. Getting to the root of the problems and driving toward new solutions is complex. Here are five ways that companies can better connect the pieces to drive toward increased societal impact.
(BOSTON,MA) The intersection of healthy eating, active lifestyles and healthy environments become focus of BCBSMA corporate citizenship strategy.
High school education has been traditionally tethered to a single room, with one teacher and a group of students. However, in the modern age, there is no reason for such traditional learning. Education should go far beyond classrooms, both physically and conceptually, and in a resource filled city like Boston there is no excuse to keep learning trapped within four walls. This idea was the driving message behind my poster design for Youth Designers Take Action Competition (YDTA) 2015.