By Rajan Narayanan

Submitting good proposals that have great outcomes and impact alone is no longer going to win you those corporate funds (corporate social responsibility inclusive). Increasingly, many corporate CSR and HR leaders are looking for effective engagement of their employees with their CSO (NGO) partners. A large portion of the workforce in many organisations is made up of millennials, many of whom are very inclined to be active in social activities. How are we going to come up with interesting ways of engaging these employees?

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Michaela Regan

As Digital Marketing Manager, Michaela is somewhat of a geek. She ensures the Resource Alliance has a strong and consistent presence across the whole of the digital spectrum and brings a strong background in marketing, communications, events and 3D Printing. She likes to stay ahead of the curve and ensure her world is future proof, which is ironic as she also spent time working in an Anglo Saxon village. This does however, come in handy whenever we need something carved out of wood using a tree lathe*… Feel free to contact me on michaela@resource-alliance.org if you need anything! *It happens more than you think.