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Creating Shared Value and Corporate Social Responsibility
Grand Illusion Cinema
Seattle, WA
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Creating Shared Value and Corporate Social Responsibility
Come join us to hear a discussion on Creating Shared Value and Corporate Social Responsibility with Fay Hanleybrown, Managing Director of FSG and Henk Campher, Senior Vice President, CSR & Sustainability at Edelman.

FSG states that creating shared value(CSV) involves value creation for business that simultaneously yields more profit and greater social impact, resulting in powerful transformations and opportunities for growth and innovation in both business and society. Some say that it is the new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). However, Henk Campher says that "CSV isn't the new CSR. It is a way of practicing CSR. I would even go so far as to say that it is the ideal way of practicing CSR  finding the shared value with society (or specific stakeholder groups). But it isn't something different from CSR." Come discuss with us!

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6:45 - 7:00 Registration
7:00 Speakers begin followed by Q&A
8:15 Head to local bar for further discussion

Related articles:
http://corporatesocialreality.net/2011/02/25/the-mythmakers-the-end-of-csr-again/  
http://www.fsg.org/tabid/191/ArticleId/594/Default.aspx?srpush=true

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Fay Hanleybrown
Fay has over 16 years of experience advising foundations, corporations, and nonprofit clients across a range of issues, including strategy development, organizational alignment, and evaluation.

Fay established FSG's West coast presence when she opened the San Francisco office in 2002. She currently leads FSG's Seattle office and Collective Impact approach area. She has advised a variety of clients, including private foundations, community foundations, private corporations, and nonprofits across a range of critical issues including education, global development, community philanthropy, and corporate social responsibility. Recent clients include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Microsoft, The Ford Family Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and the Community Center for Education Results. She has also led a number of engagements focused on developing innovative management-focused evaluation systems that allow organizations to assess performance and to increase impact over time.

Prior to FSG, Fay worked for McKinsey & Company, where she consulted to both for-profit and nonprofit organizations and was a member of the Social Sector Practice. While a student at Harvard, she worked with business school professors Michael Porter and Allen Grossman on a research study entitled "Optimizing the Value of Philanthropy" that examined ways to increase foundation impact. Fay began her career at investment bank UBS Warburg in Hong Kong, where she was a Vice President and co-led the regional financial institutions equity research team. Responsible for UBS Warburg's investment strategy for Asian banks, she was ranked by Institutional Investor as one of the best equity research analysts in Asia.

Henk Campher
Challenge conventional thinking; make a difference and have fun  with over 18 years of experience, Henk is known for this approach as a challenging thought leader in the CSR & Sustainability space. He has worked closely on strategy development and execution with some of the leading CSR companies, including Starbucks, Levi's, Best Buy, Tiffany's, eBay, Abbott Labs and Timberland. He was recently named as one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior.

Before joining the agency world, Henk was at the intersection of business and development at the International Business Leaders Forum; Special Adviser to Prime Minister Blair's Commission for Africa and co-founded Business Action for Africa.

Henk is an activist by heart led the Oxfam International Coffee Campaign, Access to Medicine Campaign and Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative. In South Africa, Henk was a key leader in the trade and industry field after the 1994 elections where, amongst others, he established and led the Nelson Mandela initiated Proudly South African Campaign and was a member of the South African WTO and EU-SA trade negotiating teams.

Finally, Henk is proudly South African and a social media "junkie"  a semi regular blogger and a Twitter addict who uses social media extensively. His blog is www.corporatesocialreality.net and his Twitter handle is @AngryAfrican.

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Grand Illusion Cinema (View)
1403 NE 50th
Seattle, WA
United States


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