Global Pro Bono Summit Day 2

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Global Pro Bono Summit Day 2

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.@aaron_hurst, @jcopulsky, @megarling & @johncary kickoff day 2 of #GPBS14 Check out full recap! @bmwfoundation

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 4:50pm

The BMW Foundation’s 17th Transatlantic Forum opened today on day 2 of the Global Pro Bono Summit. Responsible business leaders from Germany, Canada, and the US across the human resources, design, and IT sectors joined the Global Fellows in a full day of discussions focused on the question of how pro bono services can not only benefit nonprofit organizations but the providing companies as well.

The creative and inspiring work-space of the Impact HUB in San Francisco set the tone for a lively expert panel featuring Aaron Hurst, Taproot Founder; Jonathan Copulsky, Principal of Deloitte Consulting; Meg Garlinghouse, Head of LinkedIn for Good; and John Cary, Curator of Autodesk Foundation. Fellows and leaders together with the panelists dissected the issue of how to get both recipients and providers to truly understand pro bono and what that pro bono service means across the cultural divide.


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