Explicit contentThis week we are talking to Danielle Holly about the non-profit Common Impact. In 2017 was the costliest year for disasters on record for the United States. With climate change and weather events impacting every sector of the community, Common Impact leverages skill-based volunteerism to help communities recover from and prepare for the next event. Guest BioDanielle Holly is dedicated to creating previously unseen pathways for individuals to meaningfully contribute to making their communities thrive. She envisions a world where every person is able to bring their values and personal mission to their day jobs, integrate healthy and sustainable personal lives and, as a result, have the drive and energy to make our communities more equitable and vibrant. She is currently the CEO of Common Impact, an organization that designs programs that direct companies' most strategic philanthropic asset – their people – to the seemingly intractable social challenges they’re best positioned to address. Danielle has supported hundreds of nonprofit organizations on positioning and branding strategies to more effectively scale their models of social impact. In addition, Danielle has helped numerous corporations navigate the new era in corporate social responsibility and skills-based volunteering, including global powerhouses JPMorgan Chase, Charles Schwab, Marriott International, and Fidelity Investments.She is a contributing writer for Nonprofit Quarterly on strategic corporate engagement. She is a member of the NationSwell Council, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and Net Impact NYC. Links LinkedIn: https://twitter.com/commonimpactFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CommonImpact1/Twitter: https://twitter.com/commonimpactWebsite: https://commonimpact.org/initiatives/about/disaster-response-relief-to-resiliencyAdvertisersTitan HST www.titanhst.comSitch Radio www.sitchradio.com
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