About this panel discussion:

Senior executives and other stakeholders want you to put hard numbers on the outcomes of your social impact investments, but philanthropy isn't a business. 

You know your team is doing important work, but translating that value into reportable data is a struggle for many corporate philanthropy leaders. Still, If you can't prove your impact, then the credibility of your program could be in trouble.

Download our panel discussion with some of the foremost ESG & CSR leaders to get their insights on:

  • Communicating limitations and setting realistic expectations with stakeholders
  • Leveraging third parties and innovative techniques to help you measure impact
  • Working with your community partners to build reporting capacity and relieve burdens
  • Supporting the fiscal requirements of reporting 
  • Exploring trust-based philanthropy principles vs. traditional models

Meet the panelists who led the conversation:

Amy Mart

Amy Mart, Social Impact Measurement, Evaluation, and Thought Leadership
The Allstate Foundation

Dennis Duquette

Dennis Duquette, Head of Community Responsibility, President and CEO of the MassMutual Foundation

Meredith Shull

Meredith Shull, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Manager
PepsiCo Foundation

Meet our moderator

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Elizabeth Moore, Senior Product Marketing Manager

ESG & CSR Board Members who are part of these conversations:

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