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Toby Usnik: Thriving in the Caring and Creative Economies

Toby Usnik

Toby Usnik: Thriving in the Caring and Creative Economies
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Toby Usnik has made Corporate Social Responsibility the focus of his career. Most recently, he was Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer and International Director at Christie’s, where he created core philosophies and implemented philanthropic programs around shared organizational causes.  Today he works with organizations and individuals to catalyze movement along the spectrum of caring and impact.  His book, The Caring Economy: How to Win With Corporate Social Responsibility, shares his learnings from three decades in this unique field.
Usnik believes that we are living in the most connected and creative time in history. In this podcast, he explains how we have the tools to produce the best thinking and collaborations, no matter who you are or where you are, to create social change in a meaningful way. 

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Grace Cho

Grace Cho is the Founder and CEO of Artrepreneur by Orangenius. She has an artist heart and business mind. With over 25 years of experience in the financial services, media, entertainment, and private equity industries, she has transformed global business units at GE Capital, NBCU, and Nielsen.

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