June 15, 2017 | Washington, DC | Presented by Phone2Action


The New Enterprise: How Companies are Fostering Cultures of Change


Did you know that:


  • Patagonia gave away all their 2016 Black Friday sales?
  • Lyft donated $1 million to the ACLU after the first immigration ban?
  • JPMorgan Chase pulled their ads from NBC on the eve of their Alex Jones interview?

For these three companies, this is how they’re making a difference in the world through corporate responsibility, following their values and the values of their customers, employees, and stakeholders.

At the Good Tech Summit, Gabe Klein, CityFi Co-Founder and city transportation guru, moderated a panel that addressed the issue of how companies are finding new and creative ways to be socially responsible and foster cultures of change in their communities. Panelists included:


  • Katie Kincaid, Director of Political Partnerships and Engagement, Lyft
  • John Goodwin, Brand Creative Director, Patagonia
  • Eileen Braden, Executive Director & Head of Civic Engagement, JPMorgan Chase

To hear their stories and the lessons they learned, fill out the form below and watch their full session from the Good Tech Summit.

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