Youth Violence Prevention: Roles for the Business Community
While Boston has seen some kinds of crime decrease, youth in our city continue to experience a high level of violence that affects their development and success. The business community has begun to recognize its stake in the well-being of Boston’s youth, and many organizations are looking for meaningful ways to make a difference. This program will overview the issues of youth violence in our city, and highlight approaches that provide meaningful support for youth and return on companies’ investment.
The BCCJ Business Network convenes these leadership strategy sessions to share best practices, seed new ideas, and connect a range of local businesses concerned with social responsibility.
Superintendent Paul Joyce, Boston Police Department
Robert Lewis, Jr., Vice President, The Boston Foundation/StreetSafe Boston
Celina Miranda, Assistant Vice President and Manager of Charitable Giving, BNYMellon
Casey Recupero (LB '07), Executive Director, Year Up Boston
Youth from BCCJ’s InIt program will participate at each table
7:30 Registration and Breakfast
8:00 Welcome and Introductions at tables
Youth Violence Overview and Police Responses, Paul Joyce
Youth Development and the Business Community, Celina Miranda
Building Opportunity for Urban Youth: Year Up, Casey Recupero
Engaging Young Impact Players: StreetSafe Boston, Robert Lewis, Jr.
The Youth Violence Prevention Funder Learning Collaborative: Sheila Cody
9:00 BCCJ Youth Perspectives at Tables
Discussion at Tables and with Panel
Beaver CountryDay School
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Goodwin Procter LLP
The Heller School of Social Policy and Management at BrandeisUniversity
Holland + Knight LLP
Shawmut Design and Construction
Boston Business Journal
Boston Architectural College
Boston Language Institute
Burns & Levinson LLP
Howland Capital Management
Natixis Global Asset Management
Silver Bridge Advisors
Stewart International Travel
The Boston Foundation
Trinity CommunicationsRead more »
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