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From supporting the safety net and providing personal protective equipment to declaring Black Lives Matter, companies are responding to the twin pandemics of racism and covid through commitments to action, funding, leadership, bold statements, and internal dialog. Join us to hear a spectrum of views on funding approaches, long-term recovery strategies, nonprofit sustainability, how to address systemic racism, and moving beyond diversity.
What has been the role of companies in the midst of the pandemic? How have they responded through their philanthropy and myriad resources at their disposal? What strategies and approaches have they used to address the health, economic, and social impacts of a health emergency that will be with us for some time to come and how are they thinking about recovery long term. These are some of the questions and issues our panel of companies, experts, advisors, and leaders will explore in our opening session.
We’ll dig deep into the issues the pandemic created as well as those issues that it exacerbated. We’ll explore the policy landscape; opportunities to leverage recovery resources, and how we can make headway on some of the issues the pandemic laid bare.
For this session, we'll dive into the policy landscape to answer the questions: What is the policy and resource landscape? What’s the opportunity to leverage and be additive? What is the potential role for companies?
We're kicking off Day 2 with Data Dives breakout sessions! What are the tools, surveys, mapping, and benchmark sources that will drive our actions as we think about our philanthropic support, corporate investment and strategize about how we use our resources? These short Data Dives breakout sessions will provide great input as you think about where to take action and how.