B:CIVIC published “Planning for Resilience: Disaster Response Toolkit” in January 2021, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was developed to support businesses in their efforts to effectively respond to all types of disasters and build resiliency in our community. Nearly three years later, companies and community needs have evolved. We caught up with several of the companies featured in the Strategic Disaster Response Toolkit to learn about new features to their strategies. A common thread across all companies is growing attention to social and environmental resiliency and a proactive approach.
To demonstrate your impact, remember that ROI is not just the data; it is the storytelling and personal highlights.
To measure for impact, you must determine the why, your specific goals aligned with business objections and identify the story of your cumulative impact for your communities.
Thank you to Angie Ruddell of Lockheed Martin, Jenna McFarlane of Bellco Credit Union and Paul Kelly of Vail Resorts for sharing their insights and expertise. Thank you to Amy Moynihan for being our moderator.
B:CIVIC partnered with Denver-based Longer Tables to host a Community Dinner at Green Spaces. Our guests had the opportunity to browse the Marketplace, and we invite everyone to take a closer look at this innovative space. Read more in our interview with Green Spaces CEO Jevon Taylor below.
Whether you lead ESG, work with people who do ESG, or champion ESG, it will take all of us to democratize ESG and incorporate it across organizations. As you set goals and vision around ESG focus on what’s important to your organization and what you want it to grow into.
Thank you to Casey Stock, head of ESG and sustainability for Natera, for sharing her insights and expertise. Thank you to Erica McIntire and Bank of America for hosting us. Read More