10/11/2022 17:00:00
Toronto @ 1:00PM - 2:30PM ET Online Event

CMA ESG 2022: Presented by Kaiser & Partners

Members: $0

Non-Members: $49


Colleen Babenko

Director, Marketing

Let's Talk Science


Kim Rapagna

General Manager, Corporate Sustainability & ESG

Canada Post


Lisa Everett, CSR-P

International Community Engagement Lead

Microsoft Philanthropies


Maggie Hall

Senior Director, Financial and Tech Practice Lead

Kaiser & Partners, Inc.


Mary de Guzman

Director, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

Sleep Country Canada


An insightful analysis of ESG communications past, present and future including a case study on Sleep Country and how their approach has evolved.

This panel discussion will cover how organizations can integrate the various components of ESG into their corporate and brand strategies. The conversation will cover:

  • How organizations can shape and manage their ESG planning and profile
  • The general view of societal impact when considering the ESG journey
  • Digital equity and employability in the digital workforce

Panel Moderator: Colleen Babenko, Director, Marketing, Let's Talk Science

Colleen has more than a decade of Marketing leadership experience and a proven track record in delivering strategic, results-oriented campaigns across multiple platforms in industries ranging from financial services to health care to private business prior to joining Let's Talk Science in 2021. Through effective cross-corporate collaboration she leads the marketing team in creating integrated programs and campaigns to reach new and existing audiences, increase program registration conversion, and strengthen Let's Talk Science's brand position and national awareness. Colleen has been recognized for her work by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). 

Lisa Everett, CSR-P, International Community Engagement Lead, Microsoft Philanthropies

Microsoft Philanthropies helps fulfill Microsoft’s mission to empower every person and every organization on the plant to achieve more by providing the benefits of technology, access to the skills required to use and create it, to those who need them most. Lisa represents Microsoft Philanthropies in Canada and leads the digital inclusion & equity grant investment strategy and collaborations with non-profits. Lisa collaborates with workforce development non-profits to help jobseekers thrive in the digital economy. 

A graduate of Mercyhurst University (Erie, PA) Lisa is an alumna of the women’s varsity rowing team, 2004 NCAA Champions and Athletic Hall of Fame inductee.

Major Sponsors

  • BMO-800x450
  • canada-post_2022
  • CIBC-800x450
  • Environics Analytics
  • Microsoft
  • TD-800x450

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