Episode 32: What is CSR Hub?

Customers place more and more emphasis on publicly reported information related to environmental and social governance (“ESG”) to make purchasing decisions. Companies publish specific information or data on the world wide web, and this information is used by over 700 sources to rate a company in ESG. Company leadership needs to be informed about such […]

Episode 31: Miracle for Kids helping families with critically ill children in times of need

Robyn Williams, Community Engagement Manager for Miracles for Kids joins Traci on today’s podcast.  Miracles for Kids is an organization that helps low-income families (who earn less than $23,000 a year) in Southern CA with a critically ill child for up to two years.  Miracles for Kids provides financial assistance towards rent, provides housing through Miracle Manor for those facing […]

Episode 30: What do COVID-10 Tracing and Energy Poverty have to do with each other?

Traci is joined by Veronica Olazabal, Senior Advisor and Director of Measurement, Evaluation & Organizational Performance for the Rockefeller Foundation. The Rockefeller Foundation is the first and one of the largest philanthropies in the world which was founded by John D. Rockefeller back in 1913. Veronica discusses Rockefeller’s mission to promote the well being of […]