Where should you invest? Assessing and Meeting Community Needs
- Dec 4, 2013 12:00 PM ET
There are three major parts of Hitatchi's Community Engagement Tool. First, they recommend you identify your company's assets, strengths, and historical interests. Next, define the needs of the community you hope to impact. Finally, discover your employees' passion. Once you have those three steps complete, the areas of crossover will jump off the page and you'll know where to invest.
Join us this month to walk through HOW to find the sweet spot that will provide ROI for your investment of time and treasure and create the most impact for the community you care about.
Carol Kale, Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Board of Directors Office, Hitachi America, Ltd.
Carol has a B.S. in Operations Management from The Pennsylvania State University where she was recruited for the two-year General Electric Aerospace Division Information Systems Management Program and then joined the Aerospace Audit Operations Staff for another three years with GE.
She is currently the sole member of the CSR department at Hitachi America, Ltd. and is responsible for the Social, Compliance and Governance areas. This includes Hitachi Community Action Partnership Leadership Team for the Community Action Committees across North America, Americas Disaster Relief and Recovery efforts, Diversity & Inclusion initiatives including the Women’s Leadership Network, Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Educational Curriculum Development including the Universal Design Program, Human Rights training and Supply Chain issues. She has been with HAL for over 8 years including her original time with Hitachi Consulting.
In addition, she manages the Board of Directors activities, meetings and communications for the Group Chairman, Mr. Takashi Hatchoji.
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