The world’s largest companies are often quick to disclose the number of hours that their employees volunteer as part of their annual corporate social responsibility reporting. Indeed, the millions of hours these employees log are impressive, and can fill the gaps on economic, environmental and social challenges where other institutions fall short. By Leon Kaye.
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Amanda MacArthur is the Vice President of Global Pro Bono and Engagement at PYXERA Global where she leads the organization’s Global Pro Bono and MBAs Without Borders programs, as well as the Center for Citizen Diplomacy. In this capacity, Amanda designs and implements corporate social responsibility programs for the public and private sector focused on skills-based volunteerism in emerging markets, leadership development, and sustainable economic impact. Most recently, Amanda played a key role in designing IBM’s Corporate Service Corps, while overseeing Global Pro Bono programs for PepsiCo, Pfizer, FedEx, and several others.