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Career Chat Event – Dan Bowermaste​r – March 24th

On March 17, 2014, in Uncategorized, by netimpact_admin
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Career Chat – Dan Bowermaster
Monday, March 24th at 4:00pm
101 Howard, Room 527
USF School of Management Career Services and the Net Impact Club are pleased to welcome Dan Bowermaster, Program Manager for Electric Transportation at the Electric Power Research Institute. Dan is an expert on electric vehicles and manages a nationwide deployment project for hybrid vehicles and electric vehicle driver behavior changing projects. Dan was previously Manager of PG&E’s Electric and Natural Gas Vehicles and Emerging Technologies team. He holds an MBA and a Masters in International Studies from Wharton.
Dan will share his career path, discuss the future of the alternative energy industry and will highlight career opportunities in the energy industry, with a focus on alternative energy.
Students: Please RSVP on the SOM Career Management Portal (Symplicity).
 

Net Impact Bay Area Mixer!

On March 12, 2014, in Uncategorized, by netimpact_admin
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Date: Friday, March 21, 2014
Location: Cafe Royale, 800 Post St., San Francisco
Time: 6:00-8:30pm
Cost: $10 (includes 1 drink)
RSVP: Eventbrite

 

Join other Net Impact chapters Friday, March 21st, 6:00-8:30pm at Cafe Royale for a Net Impact Bay Area Mixer! With graduate and professional members from all over the Bay Area, enjoy an evening of drinks, music and the opportunity to meet like-minded people focused on creating a socially and environmentally sustainable world!  Reconnect, make new friends, and broaden your network with the people at this spring Mixer event.

 

Net Impact VP of Programs, Naomi Baer speaking engagement

On February 19, 2014, in Uncategorized, by netimpact_admin
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The Net Impact Club and the Micro Finance Club are happy to welcome guest speaker Naomi Baer on Tuesday, February 25th at 4:00 PM in room 529 at the downtown campus. Naomi is the VP of Programs for the Net Impact National Chapter and has served as Senior Director of Global Partner Operations at Kiva.org, where she led the groups providing program development and capacity building for Kiva Field Partners in over 70 countries.

 

Discover how in 7 years Naomi helped to grow Kiva from a 10-person, $500,000 501(c)(3) into the 120-person and $115 million micro finance operation that it is today. She will discuss the factors that contribute toward managing an effective non-profit organization, including procurement, scale, sustainability, and growth.

 

Find out what the 10,000 member, 300+ chapter Net Impact network actually does, and why corporate social responsibility and sustainable business are not just empty buzzwords, but rather very real concepts that will drive healthy business management for generations to come. The event is expected to last until 5PM and light refreshments will be provided.