Adding Profit by Adding Purpose, shows audiences how they can make their company more profitable by doing more good. Beginning with the compelling evidence that it works, the program focuses on methods and models for both doing good and improving profitability. It will include examples from my time in Pakistan.
This program will demonstrate three different models for corporate social responsibility that will help any company find a way to do good profitably. The program will include international examples to enable anyone to learn more about how to drive a positive impact for their community and the world.
Devin is a journalist, author and educator. He calls himself a champion of social good. As a new-media journalist and founder of the Your Mark on the World Center, Devin has established himself as a champion of social good. As a Forbes contributor, with over 400 bylines and over one million unique readers, he has become a recognized name in the social impact arena. His Your Mark on the World show, featuring over 900 celebrities, CEOs, billionaires, entrepreneurs and others who are out to change the world, gives him a recognizable face as well.
Previously, Devin served as the CFO of the third largest company on the 2009 Inc. 500 list. He also founded and led an NASD-registered investment bank. After completing a degree in finance at the University of Utah, he earned an MBA from Cornell University.
Having lived on three continents and visited over 30 countries on six continents and with guests from around the world on his show, Devin brings a global perspective to international audiences–from the UN to Nepal–empowering them to do more good and make their mark on the world. These lessons also enable them to change their personal lives and to drive positive change within their organizations. His books provide roadmaps to audiences on how to use money for good. His books have been read over 1 million times!
Today, Devin channels the idealism of his youth, volunteering whenever and wherever he can, with the loving support of his wife, Gail. Their son, Dayton, works in San Francisco.
- Why corporate social responsibility can improve profitability
- How to run a profitable corporate social responsibility program
- How to scale a corporate social responsibility for optimal impact