Net Impact’s Business Ethics Panel Podcast

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By Naomi Arnold, Net Impact Co-president

Last Tuesday, four MIIS students attended a CSR speaker panel at San Francisco State University. The guest speakers represented both Gap, Inc. and Starbucks Coffee Company. The event’s announcement was extended through invitation from adjunct professor Bruce Paton, who as part of the Sustainability Academy has co-taught numerous MIIS workshops including one on CSR.

The theme of the panel aligned directly with the raison d’être of Net Impact, a global network of more than 10,000 graduate students and professional members committed to using business to improve the world. As one of the many offerings of the Net Impact MIIS chapter, the SFSU event was made open to the MIIS student body with covered travel expenses. Stay tuned for upcoming podcasts from the NI National Conference, to be held at the Wharton Business School as these will also be publicly shared on The Foghorn.

Net Impact will be hosting a local MIIS alum speaker panel this Friday, November 7th, from 4-6 pm in Irvine Auditorium. An informal time of Q&A will follow at East Village, in the reserved extension room. This event has an open invitation to the MIIS community. See you there!


One Response

  1. Glad to see all the great work going on at SFState. Had the pleasure of speaking at your school about 10 years ago. Long time. Hope to see lots of you at Net Impact’s conference at Wharton next week. I’ll be doing 3 sessions. Come to the first one on Friday morning after the plenary.

    in service, mark albion
    co-founder, Net Impact
    HBS student/prof for nearly 20 years

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