Telling Stories to Create Corporate Citizenship Impact

Who Attended

Matt Oquist, Luther Automotive Group
Angie Swanson, Open Arms of Minnesota
Anna Bosak, H.B. Fuller
Diana Dalsin, Bridging
Chelsea Lowman, Minnesota Timberwolves & Lynx
Susan Schuster, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of MN
Jessy Annoni, C.H. Robinson
Mary Smith, Greater Twin Cities United Way
Stewart Rassier, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
Gina DiMaggio, Medica Foundation

We hear you! But how many people are listening, engaged, and following you? A good story paints a vision for the future, encourages collective impact, and makes things “stick.” In this interactive workshop facilitated by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, we’ll explore the components of a good corporate responsibility story and apply these ideas to craft a strategic vision, facilitate collaboration, and create change in the Twin Cities.

Presenter Bio:

Stewart Rassier
Director, Executive Education & Advisory Products
Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship

Stewart is the Director of Executive Education at the Center; he has more than 11 years of corporate citizenship education, communications, and advisory experience working with leading companies across the globe.  Prior to the Center, Stewart was the regional head of North America at AccountAbility, a sustainability advisory, research, and standards organization, and was a director at Saatchi & Saatchi Sustainability, a sustainability strategy consultancy. Stewart has worked with apparel, consulting, consumer goods, finance, oil and gas, real estate, renewable energy, and retail companies in North America, Europe, and the Middle East.

 

 

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Event Details

Start
7:45am on Thursday, August 23, 2018
End
9:30am on Thursday, August 23, 2018
Schedule


Agenda:

7:45am - Registration, Networking and Breakfast
8:15am - Program Start
9:15am - Question & Answers
9:30am - Depart

Location
Faegre Baker Daniels
Wells Fargo Center 22nd Floor 90 South 7th Street
55402 Minneapolis , MN


 


Below are driving directions to the Faegre Baker Daniels office:

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From the East (I-94):
Take 94 West to 7th Street exit
Right on to Hennepin Avenue
Right onto South 6th Street
Wells Fargo Center is on the
right side of South 6th Street

From the North (35W):
Take 35W South to Washington Avenue exit
Right on Washington Avenue
Left on Hennepin Avenue
Left on South 6th Street
Wells Fargo Center is on the
right side of South 6th Street

From the South (35W):
Take 35W North to 5th Avenue exit
Take 5th Avenue to 7th Street
Left on South 7th Street
Right onto Hennepin Avenue
Right onto South 6th Street
Wells Fargo Center is on the
right side of South 6th Street

From the West (I-394):
Take 394 East to North 6th Street exit
Wells Fargo Center is on the
right side of South 6th Street

GAVIIDAE PARKING RAMP:



651 Nicollet Mall,
Minneapolis, MN 55402
(Enter on South 6th Street)

IDS CENTER PARKING RAMP:

80 S 8th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402
(Entrance is between 7th Street and 8th Street off of Marquette Avenue)

 

Register by
11:59pm on Sunday, August 19, 2018
Registration
Registration for this event has closed.