Tech Stands Up
Tech Stands Up
Dec 4, 2020
Mark Horoszowski: MovingWorlds, a model for how you can use your skills for social impact
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Mark Horoszowski is the co-founder and CEO at MovingWorlds, a social enterprise that helps companies achieve sustainability, equity, and other social impact targets by educating and engaging their employees. Mark is also the co-founder of the MovingWorlds Institute, which helps professionals find more purpose in their work and make a bigger impact in their careers. This past year, MovingWorlds teamed up with cross-sector partners to also launch S-GRID, which helps social-good businesses grow by building partnerships with the corporate sector. Mark is an RSA Fellow and is a founding adjunct faculty member and lecturer on Corporate Social Responsibility at the University of Washington Tacoma's Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility.

Show Notes:

  1. MovingWorlds Institute
  2. Operation Asha: Decentralizing tuberculosis diagnosis and care through a community-based model that closes the delivery gap experienced by low-income patients in India
  3. Tech spending more with social businesses, like SAP's commitment to spending 5% with social enterprises and 5% with diverse-owned businesses, called 5' and 5' by '25
  4. Microsoft investing in building the skills of new engineers and startups around the world with a social impact focus through its MySkills and Global Social
  5. Paul Polman blog post and video - really recommend watching the full video at the bottom. 
  6. PayPal blog post about responsible leadership
  7. S-GRID: Accelerating a Post-COVID Recovery
  8. Building back a new normal
  9. 15+ trillion in negative bonds
  10. The Economist Hour
  11. Doughnut Economics
  12. MovingWorlds Corporate Programs

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