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Why “Doing Good” is a Smart Business Investment During and After COVID-19 [Webinar Replay Available]

May 26, 2020 at 3:00pm4:00pm (PDT)
Karina B. Sterman, Benjamin E. Helfman, Emily Kane Miller, Nathan Miller
Webinar

Join Greenberg Glusker LLP, Ethos Giving, and Miller Ink to discuss how businesses can “do good” in the current COVID-19 environment and beyond.

We’ll be discussing:

  • Why businesses and business leaders are needed right now
  • What does it look like for businesses to “do good” in light of COVID-19?
  • If businesses implement efforts to “do good” now, what is the value post-COVID?
  • How should leaders use their business altruism in their internal and external communications during COVID and after?
  • How should companies plan ahead for the shift in the business communications environment following the COVID crisis?

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Moderator:

  • Karina Sterman, Partner, Greenberg Glusker LLP

A partner in both the Litigation and Employment Law Departments, Karina counsels her clients on wage and hour and other employment law compliance, drafts employment-related documents, and strategizes business-minded employment approaches to minimize the risks of litigation and costly long-term mistakes. She regularly provides employment law training, performs HR legal audits, and builds trade secret protection plans to maximize the value of her clients’ investment in their intellectual property. Read more about Karina >>

Speakers:

  • Emily Kane Miller, Founder and CEO, Ethos Giving

Equal parts head and heart, Emily has spent her career working for social change. With deep experience in government, advocacy, nonprofit, corporate, and philanthropic work, Emily has a unique ability to envision and steward philanthropic contributions that maximize benefit and value for all. Previously, she served as Vice President of Philanthropy & Community Affairs at The Wonderful Company, and led the organization’s award-winning philanthropic efforts. She also serves as a Scholar in Residence at The Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. She holds a BA from the University of California Los Angeles, and a JD from the University of Arizona School of Law. Read more about Emily >>

  • Nathan Miller, Founder and CEO, Miller Ink

Nathan is a communications strategist sought out by executives at the highest levels of business, government, and the non-profit world, who has helped dozens of organizations tell their stories better – and navigate complex issues and crises spanning the globe. Before founding Miller Ink in 2013, Nathan was the Director of Speechwriting for Israel’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations. Nathan was named by OC Metro as one of Southern California’s “40 most inspiring entrepreneurs under 40.” Read more about Nathan >>

  • Benjamin Helfman, Attorney, Greenberg Glusker LLP

Ben is a member of the firm’s Corporate, Finance and Securities group. Ben represents clients in an array of corporate and transactional matters, including entity formation and structuring, equity financings and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining Greenberg Glusker, Ben was a corporate associate at an international law firm, where he primarily worked on mergers and acquisitions and venture financings. Read more about Ben >>