Will CSR be CPR for communities in need?

360BayArea asked Joan Scott of Dolby Laboratories and Ray Seriguchi, Jr. of Urban Ed Academy for tips on how to spread corporate resources to those in need.

Guest Profiles

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Joan Scott counts herself as downright lucky to have established an accomplished 28 year career in community relations and corporate social responsibility. Since her days roaming the beautiful beachside campus of UC Santa Barbara, Joan started at the Volunteer Exchange for Santa Clara County, did two decades at National Semiconductor, a couple years at Texas Instrument and is now leading the community relations team for Dolby Laboratories. Building the department from scratch, Joan is leading the development of a global community relations program that engages employees, supports business objectives and demonstrates Dolby’s company vision and purpose. And when not managing a multi-million dollar charitable fund, STEM education initiative and employee volunteerism program, she is also a mom to two teenage boys.

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Randy Seriguchi Jr. believes education is the civil rights issue of our times. As the Executive Director of Urban Ed Academy in San Francisco, Randy’s team helps 3rd-5th grade students succeed academically and become productive citizens with the support of their parents, families, schools and communities. Randy is a graduate of American University’s Washington School of Law as well as the University of Michigan. Go Blue!

Show Notes

Also, props to ThinkThank who, along with ZenDesk, hosted “Corporate Culture & Community Impact - How do we bridge the gap?” which featured panelists Tiffany Apczynski, Erika M Balbuena, Leah L. Laxamana, Diane Solinger, moderator Nick Aster and this episode’s featured guest Joan Scott.

Sponsor message donated to Downtown Streets Team by The Ambassadors Circle

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Drake ft Future “Grammys”
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