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Stand for Corporate Social Responsibility

GRAPHIC: Please join the Sanford School of Public Policy and Duke's Center for International Development on Thursday, Feb. 23 at noon to discuss corporate citizenship and how two alumni whose careers exemplify this accountability in the "Stand For Corporate Social Responsibility."
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Tuesday, February 23, 2021
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Victoria Corti & Gonzalo Pertile
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'Stand For' Event Series

Please join the Sanford School of Public Policy and Duke's Center for International Development on Thursday, Feb. 23 at noon to discuss corporate citizenship and how two alumni whose careers exemplify this accountability in the 'Stand For Corporate Social Responsibility."

Register: http://bit.ly/CSRDuke

Eddy Malesky, Director of DCID, will interview Manager of Social Impact and Innovation for Almado, Victoria Corti, MIDP'13 and Madewell's Director of Corporate Social Responsibility Gonzalo Pertile, MIDP'17.

Victoria Corti, MIDP'13 is the Manager of Social Impact and Innovation for Almado, and Cofounder, Sesenta, a virtual platform that provides executive volunteers with organizations that need support. Almado is an Argentina-based consultancy and social enterprise that helps organizations develop strategies and solutions to social challenges that have high social, environmental and economic impact and return on investment.

Gonzalo Pertile, MIDP'17, is Madewell's Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, leading the environmental sustainability and social impact efforts for the brand. Previously, he worked in the international development field with organizations like the Inter-American Development Bank, United Nations and United States Agency for International Development (USAID). He also co-founded Meso Goods, a social enterprise that provides sustainable job opportunities for more than 550 artisans from Guatemala, Honduras and Peru.

Contact: Mary Lindsley