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Relativity

5/20 Live Chat: "Engagement to Impact: Harnessing the Power of Community"

On Wednesday, May 20th, 2020, join us for a live chat with a member of the Relativity team! We are excited to hear from Colleen Costello, Head of Social Impact at Relativity, during the chat entitled, "Engagement to Impact: Harnessing the Power of Community". Click here to register and also to hear the post-event recording, and we hope to see you there virtually!

Here is more information about this live chat with Colleen:

When I transitioned from the non-profit space to the tech sector four years ago, I thought I had a solid definition and understanding of community. In fact, my first title at my current company was Community Engagement Specialist! Through my work at Relativity, I now have a more expansive view of community that, when harnessed, can help us achieve common goals.

You will walk away from this chat with:

  • A better understanding of what community means and how to define community for your organization
  • How to leverage your community to tackle company-wide objectives
  • How to ensure that you're creating value for both internal and external communities

MEET THE SPEAKER

Colleen Costello

Colleen Costello is the Head of Social Impact at Relativity, a Chicago-based software company. In this role, Colleen is responsible for the strategic design and implementation of Relativity's corporate social responsibility programming. Prior to Relativity, Colleen was the Director of Development at Teach For America – St. Louis. She began her career as a middle and high school teacher and is passionate about education, technology, and workforce development.

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