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Join Us: CSR Measurement and Reporting Workshop

Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 2 – 4:15pm ET We’re excited to join the Public Affairs Council for a workshop on February 13 to discuss the latest standards and trends for CSR reporting. VOX Global CSR and reporting experts Jessica Abensour and Jen Anderson will share their insights during this event featuring CSR professionals from corporations ...

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Join Us: CSR Measurement and Reporting Workshop

Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 2 – 4:15pm ET

We’re excited to join the Public Affairs Council for a workshop on February 13 to discuss the latest standards and trends for CSR reporting. VOX Global CSR and reporting experts Jessica Abensour and Jen Anderson will share their insights during this event featuring CSR professionals from corporations and associations.

You can register for the workshop in-person or virtually on the Public Affairs Council website.

About the Event

With dozens of standards and reporting metrics for CSR and sustainability efforts, it’s easy for organizations to suffer analysis paralysis. What metrics will resonate with senior leadership? What data needs to be collected and what is already available? How do we turn these data points into a cohesive narrative and strategy? Our workshop will show you how to determine an appropriate measurement and reporting framework to help your organization move beyond measuring outputs to determining whether your CSR programs are generating impactful outcomes.

In this program, you’ll learn:

  • The fundamentals of the measurement and reporting CSR frameworks
  • How to determine which reporting framework is best for your organization
  • Strategies to get buy-in for CSR reporting efforts

Featured Speakers:

  • Jessica Abensour, Partner and Senior Vice President, VOX Global
  • Jen Anderson, Senior Vice President, VOX Global
  • Katharine Eaton, Manager – Communications, American Forest & Paper Association
  • Holly Emerson, Senior Sustainability Analyst – Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Ingersoll-Rand Company
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Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 2 – 4:15pm ET We’re excited to join the Public Affairs Council for a workshop on February 13 to discuss the latest standards and trends for CSR reporting. VOX Global CSR and reporting experts Jessica Abensour and Jen Anderson will share their insights during this event featuring CSR professionals from corporations ...

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