Andrea Newell has more than ten years of experience designing, developing and writing ERP e-learning materials for large corporations in several industries. She was a consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers and a contract consultant for companies like IBM, BP, Marathon Oil, Pfizer, and Steelcase, among others. She is a writer and former editor at TriplePundit. She has contributed to In Good Company (Vault's CSR blog), Evolved Employer, The Glass Hammer, EcoLocalizer and CSRwire. You can reach her at andrea.g.newell@gmail.com and @anewell3p on Twitter.

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Women in CSR: Jennifer Silberman, Hilton Worldwide

Jennifer Silberman, Vice President of Corporate Responsibility, Hilton Worldwide, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series.

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Women in CSR: Cathy Benko, Deloitte LLP

Cathy Benko, Vice Chairman and Managing Principal, Deloitte LLP, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series.

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Women in CSR: Kathy Mulvany, Cisco

Kathy Mulvany, Senior Director, Corporate Affairs, Cisco, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series.

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20 Inspiring Quotes from SXSWeco 2013

SXSWeco 2013 had business leaders, nonprofit leaders and some people who were both. Benefit corporations, municipalities, the media, disruptors and even a celebrity or two. Here are 20 inspiring quotes.

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Why International Paper Says It’s OK to Print Your Emails

International Paper’s James McDonald reminds us that countering deforestation isn’t print out their emails, that the true destruction of forests comes from other use, and above all, it is most important to practice responsible, sustainable forestry.

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Women in CSR: Paige Goff, Domtar

Paige Goff, Vice President, Sustainability and Business Communications, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series.

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Business is Crucial to Effect Large-Scale Change

Businesses in all industries have the power to effect change, from Walmart to B Lab to Zipcar, each with its own approach. Some companies are showing huge numbers conserving energy, water and natural resources, while others are investing in their workers by treating them well. The more innovative ways businesses think to reach out to and motivate people, the more we will see change.

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Two Years Later, Attitudes Toward Green are Looking Up

During the first SXSWEco in 2011, there was frustration over not being able to convince people outside the “green” community to embrace green products or philosophies. Two years and the rise of the sharing economy later, the third SXSWEco conference is more upbeat and positive.