2014 Texas Corporate Responsibility Summit


The Council for Corporate Responsibility is excited to bring you the 2nd Annual Texas Corporate Responsibility Summit on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.

The Summit will be held to focus on Texas business efforts to promote corporate citizenship. The goal is to bring the sharpest CSR professionals from companies, corporations, and organizations together to share best practices on the Seven Pillars of Corporate Social Responsibility.

  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Governance
  • Global Enrichment
  • Organizational Health
  • Philanthropy
  • Supply Chain Integrity

Through the theme, “Corporate Social Responsibility: Making it Reality,” we will be focusing on shifting corporate cultures to emphasize responsible decision making and what it takes to bring these objectives to fruition.

For additional information about the Summit, please contact the Event Coordinator, Jane Tran, at jane.tran@uscorporateresponsibility.org.

 

Date:

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

 

Time:

8:30 a.m. — 3:00 p.m.

 

Location:

UHY, LLP.
2929 Allen Parkway, 20th Floor
Houston, Texas 77019

 

Theme

“Corporate Social Responsibility: Making it a Reality”

 

Agenda

View in PDF

 

Register

 

Speakers

Dennis Kennedy
Founder and CEO
National Diversity Council
Council for Corporate Responsibility
David O. Russell
Vice President – External Affairs
Verizon Communications
Elise Hough
Chief Executive Officer
Easter Seals of Greater Houston, Inc.
Sara Speer Selber
Founder
The Project Management Team

 

Moderator

Yvonne Harris
Director of Human Resources Department
UHY LLP, Certified Public Accountants

 

Panelists

Pamela Lovett
Director – Business Development and Community Affairs
Comerica Bank
Melanie Brooke-Lander
Director of HSE Programs and Corporate Social Responsibility
Baker Hughes
Dr. Jim Lester
President and CEO
Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC)
Kyra Randall
Development Manager
Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC)
Clive Hess
President
CompuCycle Inc.
Dr. Nicole McZeal Walters
Associate Dean of Graduate Programs
School of Education, University of St. Thomas
Tajana Mesic
Founder and President
Green Grove Group Sustainability Solutions
Amber Baker
Senior Vice President of Houston/Gulf Coast, Field Operations/Development
American Heart Association

 

Who Should Attend

Human Resources, Communications, Public Affairs and CSR professionals who have a commitment to

  • Making diversity and inclusion a golden standard for dynamic business
  • Promoting responsibility in environmental sustainability
  • Finding ways to better enrich local and global communities through good business
  • Developing effective governance to keep CSR integral to success
  • Building organizational health internally and externally
  • Giving back to their communities through charity and philanthropy
  • Maintaining supply chain integrity to ensure products are safely and fairly made

 

Sponsored By

 

Sponsorship Levels




Corporate Trailblazer – $15,500

  • The official Title Sponsor of the Corporate Responsibility Summit will be named after your
    organization, ie. AT&T Texas Corporate Responsibility Summit
  • Title Sponsor recognition in all advertising (Corporate logo included in all ads)
  • Organization’s logo/name on all summit event promotional materials and attendee badges.
  • Recognition as Title Sponsor in official summit program (logo on front cover)
  • Organization’s banners/signage prominently displayed (provided by sponsor).
  • Full-page color advertisement (8.5X11) inside front cover of the official summit program
    (sponsor provided).
  • Organization’s logo on Council for Corporate Responsibility website linked to your homepage
  • Receive Title Sponsor Plaque
  • Opportunity to have a representative make remarks in the morning
  • Opportunity to have a representative be one of our speakers
  • 6 full summit registrations

Corporate Leader – $10,500

  • Recognition in all statewide advertisements
  • Organization’s logo/name on all summit event promotional materials including summit signage
  • Organization’s logo/name on official summit program (back cover)
  • Organization’s banner/signage prominently displayed (provided by sponsor)
  • Full-page color advertisement (8.5X11) in all summit programs (sponsor provided)
  • Organization’s logo on Council for Corporate Responsibility website linked to your homepage
  • Receive a recognition Plaque
  • Opportunity to have a representative make remarks in the morning
  • Opportunity to have a representative be one of our speakers
  • 5 full summit registrations

Corporate Best Practices – $7,500

  • Recognition in statewide advertisements
  • Organization’s logo/name on all summit event promotional material including summit signage
  • Organization’s logo on official summit program (back cover)
  • Organization’s banner/signage prominently displayed
  • Half-page color advertisement (8.5X11) in summit programs (sponsor provide)
  • Organization’s logo on Council for Corporate Responsibility website linked to your homepage
  • 4 registrations

Corporate Initiative – $5,500

  • Recognition in all statewide advertisements
  • Organization’s logo/name on all summit event promotional material including summit signage
  • Organization’s logo/name on official summit program (back cover)
  • Organization’s banner/signage prominently displayed
  • Quarter-page ad in program
  • Organization’s logo on Council for Corporate Responsibility website linked to your homepage
  • 3 registrations

Corporate Endorsement – $3,500

  • Organization’s logo/name on all summit event promotional material including summit signage
  • Organization’s name on official summit program (back cover)
  • Organization’s logo on Council for Corporate Responsibility website linked to your homepage
  • 2 registrations

Corporate Partner – $1,250

  • Organization’s name on official summit program (back cover)
  • Organization’s logo on Council for Corporate Responsibility website linked to your homepage
  • 2 registrations

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, please contact Jane Tran, at jane.tran@uscorporateresponsibility.org.