Recently, I spoke with Jim Corcoran, President & CEO, Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce on the future of corporate citizenship and small businesses.
The United States is facing an acute talent shortage in the Computer Science (CS) field that must be addressed in order to remain at the forefront of innovation. According to the National Science Foundation, only 2.4% of U.S.
This year alone more than 55,000 children from Central America have reached our southern border, fleeing extreme violence and poverty in their home countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
Earlier this week at the US Chamber Foundation’s Corporate Citizenship Conference, CEO’s from diverse organizations gathered for a Plenary Panel titled “Lessons From the Top”.
The organization I work for, Global Communities, is an NGO which focuses on the community-based approach as a proven way to achieve sustainability in improving the lives and livelihoods of the vulnerable worldwide.
Businesses Recognized for Positive Community Impacts
Every day, businesses serve as a powerful force for good around the world.
Hyundai is an international auto company with deep roots in the U.S. market that span almost three decades. Our investment in facilities and in people here is extensive.
When a devastating tornado struck Henryville, Indiana, the town’s only school was destroyed along with many homes and businesses. While many community members were unsure about what to do next, the children, teachers, and parents were asking when they could return to school.