SOURCE: Common ImpactDESCRIPTION:
Controversy over the tech sector’s role in society, democracy, and philanthropy has been making headlines for years. Recently, some tech companies have leaned into these areas even further while others have made statements that they are specifically staying out of political and social issues. In this episode, get a frontline perspective from Platypus Advisors Founder Caroline Barlerin, a leader in CSR and skills-based volunteering with experience at companies like Twitter, Eventbrite, and HP.
Caroline and host and Common Impact CEO Danielle Holly discuss the changing nature of tech CSR through the lens of systemic inequity, diversity, and evolving approaches to philanthropy, especially amongst billionaires. Hear their thoughts on how skills-based volunteering and “platypus professionals,” those who span both business and social impact, will be some of the biggest drivers of meaningful social change in the years to come.
Visit platypusadvisors.com to learn more about Caroline and her work.
Tweet me: What should the highly influential #tech sector's role be in our society, democracy, and #philanthropy? Platypus Advisors' @CBarlerin & @CommonImpact's @dholly8 discuss in a new episode of #ProBono Perspectives. Listen now at bit.ly/3hvtpRZ! #CSR #ESG #skilledvolunteering
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