April 28: Techniques and Metrics for Measuring the Triple Bottom Line

Part of the Cleantech Dinner Discussion Series
Date: Tuesday, April 28
Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Featuring: Farron Levy, Founder & CEO, True Impact
Cost: Free for Net Impact members, $5 for non-members
Location: Redline, Harvard Square (59 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA)
http://www.redlinecambridge.com/

Farron Levy is president of True Impact (www.true-impact.com), which provides web-based tools and consulting services to help companies measure the triple-bottom-line value of their environmental, health & safety; community involvement; HR; and other corporate-citizenship-related activities. Drawing on this, and his previous experiences in a variety of social and private enterprises, Farron will lead a discussion among dinner attendees on practical approaches to measuring social, financial, and environmental value.

Previously, Farron has served as a partner and the director of cost-benefit-analysis services at SmithOBrien, a social auditing firm; an analyst with Industrial Economics, an environmental and economic consultancy; and has managed urban economic development projects for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Social Venture Network, and CitySkills. You can read his full bio at http://www.true-impact.com/about.html.

Space for the dinner is limited, so please RSVP to Asheen at asheen@netimpactboston.org to reserve a seat. Please note the nominal fee of $5 added to dinner costs for nonmembers.

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