Bright Minds: Unconscious Bias

Week number two and another thought-provoking Bright Minds. This week’s meeting centered around the concept of unconscious bias and its impact on decision-making, business innovation, and philanthropy. What’s unconscious bias you ask? Well let me tell you. Unconscious bias refers to a bias that we are unaware of, and which happens outside of our control….

Triple Bottom Line Fruit

Every two weeks, Bright Funds receives a cardboard box, filled with apples, oranges, pears, occasional vegetables, and, when lucky, mangoes, watermelons, and avocados. To be frank the fruit is…odd. Tennis ball-sized grapefruits, crooked carrots, scarred mandarins, and giant apples are staples. All of these foods are sourced and delivered by a company known for sourcing…

CHRO Summit: How Do Companies Embrace Millennials’ Passions?

  The millennial workforce has high expectations. One thing that this group has become insistent on is for employers to focus more on corporate philanthropy, especially since the presidential election. So how does a company empower and support employees to do what they feel passionate about while remaining true to their company values? Over 300…