Bard MBA


The State of NYC Net Impact

Sustainable Business Series - Spring 2013

Monday, February 25, 2013

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Join Bard MBA in Sustainability as we bring together sustainable business experts for our weekly conversation series. Each evening will begin with a conversation amongst our panelists on the topic of the night, followed by questions from the audience. This is a unique opportunity to engage in conversation with some of the most well known experts in the field of sustainability. Prospective students will also have a change to learn more about the Bard MBA program from Director Goodstein and admissions representatives.

Our February 25th Sustainable Business Series conversation will bring together leaders of New York-area Net Impact Chapters to discuss the state of Net Impact efforts in New York City. Net Impact is a community of more than 30,000 changemakers using their jobs to tackle the world’s toughest problems, demonstrating that it’s possible to make a net impact that benefits not just the bottom line – but people and planet, too. We will be joined by representatives from the following Net Impact chapters: National, New York City,  Bard, BaruchColumbia, Fordham*, and NYU

Seating is limited. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for each event.

Small bites and refreshments provided. 

An event flyer is available for download below. 

Spring 2013 Sustainable Business Series

February 25 - Register HERE
The State of NYC Net Impact
National, NYC, Bard, Columbia, Fordham* and NYC Net Impact Chapter Leaders - Public welcome!
36 W. 44th St, Suite 1011, NYC

March 4 - Register HERE
Getting Investors Engaged in Sustainability
Cary Krosinsky, Network for Sustainable Financial Markets
641 6th Ave, 8th Floor, NYC

March 13 - Register HERE
Creating Citizen Brands
Robin Raj & George PerlovCitizen Group
641 6th Ave, 8th Floor, NYC

March 26 - Register HERE
The State of Clean Tech in New York
Michael Simazu*, NYSERDA 
NYC Location TBD

April 1 - Register HERE
Lovins/Winston: Frontiers of Sustainable Business
Hunter Lovins & Andrew Winston
NYC Location TBD

April 8 - Register HERE
Show Me the Money! Social Capital Access for Sustainability
Diana Ayton-Shenker, Global Momenta and Fast Forward Fund

641 6th Ave, 8th Floor, NYC


Download: SBS Event Poster - Spring 2013.pdf

Time: 6:45 pm – 8:30 pm
Location: New York City
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