Panel on the topic of "Candid Conversation: The Impact of Racism on Employee Engagement" hosted by Charities@Work Employee Engagement Summit

Panelists included the following;

  • Kevin Clayton, Vice President Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement at Cleveland Cavalier Operating Company

  • Jerome Tennille, Manager of Social Impact & Volunteerism at Marriott International

  • Gary Levante, SVP, Corporate Responsibility & Culture at Berkshire Bank

  • Patricia Harris, Social Impact Manager at Best Buy


Featured on the YouTube Channel "Dana's Priceless Advice with Leaders of Volunteers"

As Dana describes it we have a cool conversation and chat about the pandemic and crisis-induced weird working conditions for #LeadersOfVolunteers, and how I've beens continuing my mission to be "Responsible AF" (my blog) and build a better world during uncertain times of mass furloughs and unemployment.


We also share our passion for sustainability and environmentalism, and hope that the lessons learned during COVID-19 usher in a new era of social responsibility and positive work/life, environmental change. 


Featured on the YouTube Channel "Dana's Priceless Advice with Leaders of Volunteers" the "Tuesday Tip" edition.

In a short snippet from my May 26th interview from "Dana's Priceless Advice" I share my thoughts on what non-profit volunteer engagement professionals should put into practice when engaging companies in volunteerism.


The bottom line is to do your research to understand how their business model may influence their engagement. It'll often expose limitations and capabilities of their programming based on their structure. The short of it is you need to understand your corporate partners up front to know how you'll best align.


Featured on Carlyn Kelley's YouTube Channel for the series episode "How Occupiers Can Create a More Environmentally and Socially Responsible Workplace"

Carlyn's has conversations with tenants and landlords that goes much further than square feet and net rent. She talks to them about brand, culture, experience, etc. And of course, there is a lot of that which is currently being re-imagined for a post-quarantine world. 
These tips and insights I share about sustainable living and operating in a COVID-19 era apply regardless of where or how you're working in the future, and is focused on a "footprint" instead of square feet. 


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