Category Archives: Impact At Work
Please note: this Impact at Work(shop) event has been rescheduled for a future date (TBD). We will announce the new date through all channels, stay tuned!
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The Impact at Work(shop) helps working professionals (or intrapreneurs, as they’re sometimes called) use their day jobs to make a difference in the world.
Want to start a social or environmental movement in your workplace? Every project has to start somewhere. But diving in head-first isn’t necessarily the most effective way to make change that truly lasts – taking the time to map out the direction of your project can make all the difference. Our hands-on Impact at Work(shop) gives participants the tools to implement change in any organization. Through discussion and activity-based exercises the workshop empowers participants to begin to develop projects scaled to their organization’s specific needs and challenges.
This workshop is being delivered by Net Impact Boston to members of KPMG’s Green and Community Involvement Teams. KPMG is graciously hosting this event and has extended the invitation to members of our Net Impact Community.
Date: Tuesday, May 21st
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Location: KPMG Office – Two Financial Center, 60 South Street, Boston, MA
Open to: Premium (Dues-Paying) Members Only (To sign up as a premium member, see the info at the bottom of the event registration page)
Price: Premium Members – Free (To sign up as a premium member, see the info at the bottom of the event registration page)
RSVP: Register on the Eventbrite page by May 17th
We are thrilled to announce that Asheen Phansey and Amy Green have recognized by Net Impact for their outstanding work at Dassault Systèmes/Solidworks in Waltham, MA. The Impact At Work Award is presented annually, and entries are judged by a panel of business experts with sustainability expertise.
Asheen is a past President of Net Impact Boston and a current Advisory Board member. Amy is a currently a member of our leadership team, serving on the Membership committee.
CONGRATULATIONS! Read the full story here.