Net Impact

Welcome back to Net Impact, the premier group for graduate students interested in sustainable business, corporate responsibility and in using their business skills for social good. We've got a lot planned for this semester, including our first ever Film Series. Find out all about it at the: KICKOFF MEETING, Thurs, 2/23 5:30-7pm, Grainger Hall (Check Today in Grainger) Join us to re-acquaint yourselves, meet the new board, and enjoy some subs and intellegent conversation. In addition to the film series, we'd also like some input in bringing some top-caliber speakers to campus. Our ongoing film series will kick off the evening of 2/27 with "The Corporation " in Grainger Hall. After spring break we will be co-sponsoring an film at Union South with the Union Directorate. "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room" (Time/Loc TBA) Also, FYI, check out this great FT article about Wal-Mart's 'embrace' of social responsiblity http://proquest.umi.com.ezproxy.library.wisc.edu/pqdlink?did=982651411&sid=3&Fmt=3&clientId=3751&RQT=309&VName=PQD Any questions: Contact Tom Godfrey, Net Impact Chapter President at togodfre@wisc.edu www.netimpact.org == About Net Impact Net Impact is a network of more than 10,000 new-generation leaders committed to using the power of business to improve the world. It is also one of the most innovative and influential networks of MBAs, graduate students and young professionals in existence today. Our members believe that business can both earn a profit and create positive social change. Through a central office in San Francisco and more than 115 chapters in cities and graduate schools around the globe, Net Impact offers a portfolio of programs that enable members to transform this ideal into measurable results. Mission To improve the world by growing and strengthening a network of leaders who use the power of business to make a positive net social, environmental, and economic impact. Who Our Members Are Our global network of MBAs, graduate students and professionals includes a diverse group of individuals who are: Thought-Leaders for the future of business CSR Leaders Social Entrepreneurs Environmental & Renewable Energy Experts Nonprofit Directors International Development Specialists Socially-Responsible Investors

Submitted by UW Law School Newsletter Admin on February 24, 2006

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