Net Impact

The Darden School of Business hosts the local chapter of Net Impact. Net Impact is a global organization that is dedicated to using the power of business to positively impact social, environmental, and economic concerns across the world. With over 120 chapters at top business schools, Net Impact seeks to spread knowledge of social and environmental sustainability, ethics, and values-based leadership to graduate students and professionals.

For more information, please contact Julia Abell at

Check out their websiteblog or press release to learn about their events, join, or check out their initiatives.

Their Annual Event is from January 31st -February 2nd.  See their events page for more information.

People + Planet = Profit: Rewriting the Business Equation

The Net Impact and Energy Clubs at Darden will be hosting their annual meeting from January 31 – February 2.  The theme of this year’s event is People + Planet = Profit: Rewriting the Business Equation.  This two day event will include speakers and networking opportunities with over 25 leading experts in their fields.

Speakers include: John Reid, Executive VP of Sustainability for Coca Cola; Tom Farrell, Chairman & CEO of Dominion Resources; Larry Schweiger, President & CEO of the National Wildlife Federation.

Panel discussion topics include: Corporate Social Responsibility, Energy Management, International Development, Public Private Partnerships, Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Financing, and Social Entrepreneurship.

This is one of Darden’s biggest conferences of the year, so we hope to see you there!

For more a more detailed schedule and registration information, please visit:

To see even more about the event, check out the People Planet Profit Flyer

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