Blog Posts by Peter Lupoff

  • Nothing About Us Without Us Redux

    Nothing About Us Without Us Redux | Net Impact

    Almost a year to the day, deep into my first month as Net Impact’s CEO, I wrote a piece entitled, “Nothing About Us Without Us.” It was mainly about recognizing the broad constituencies impacted by decisions made by the privileged few - a more significant concept I breezed through. ...Read More »

  • Reimagining Capitalism: Visualizing the World We Want

    Reimagining Capitalism with Net Impact 2020

    Net Impact is excited to announce a new digital event series around Reimagining Capitalism. Our ambition is to make this more about the journey than a ‘distribution of disparate content.’ Over the next few months, we’re taking on this critical theme. We’ll explore the topic through a variety of formats, bringing in a range of voices to engage with our global community. Join us! ...Read More »

  • COVID - Civic Engagement, Power, Inequity and Reimagining Capitalism

    Reimagining Capitalism - Net Impact

    COVID-19 has pulled back the curtain on capitalism and government’s challenges, displaying a stark failure to truly care for people. ...Read More »

  • What Does It Mean to Reimagine Capitalism?

    "Change" neon sign

    The world faces persistent challenges, problems of which few feel directly accountable, yet are roadblocks to a just and sustainable world. ...Read More »

  • When We Activate Engagement, We Build the Whole Person

    This piece is part of a periodical series where Net Impact CEO Peter Lupoff shares his insights on upcoming strategies and reflections of the organization’s work, with both our internal staff as well as our larger network. This is the first in the series, from our January 2020 team meeting.    ...Read More »

  • If Not Us, Who? If Not Now, When?

    I am a believer in the original tenets of Net Impact: that business can be a force for good and that people entering the workforce shouldn’t have to sacrifice principals or purpose for a paycheck. Fresh back from our annual Net Impact Conference: NI19 – Widening the Lens, I am lifted by our communities’ depth, breadth, and passion. 1500+ strong, our attendees are collectively on the front half of the curve and I was excited to see our corporate-partners’ advocacy of sustainable practices and encouragement to our largely NexGen network. But, how do we take the vibrancy of a three-day conference and spread it throughout the year? How do we encourage more corporate advocates to join our work? ...Read More »

  • Net Impact Supports the Climate Strike Movement

    Net Impact is not a political organization, nor do we believe that climate change is political but rather supported science. The climate strike movement, inspired by Greta Thunberg, has spread rapidly across the world in the last 12 months, and rightfully so. Strikers are demanding that governments step up to take urgent action to prevent catastrophic climate breakdown by phasing out fossil fuels, accelerating the urgent transition to a 100% renewable energy powered world with climate justice and equity at its core. ...Read More »

  • The Business Roundtable Statement on the Purpose of the Corporation Widening the Lens, a New Social Contract

    On August 19th, Business Roundtable, an association of Chief Executive Officers of America’s leading companies, released its latest Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation. The Statement was signed by 181 CEO’s and is transformational. ...Read More »

  • Nothing About Us Without Us

    Here at Net Impact, as we look to engage the next generation around social and environmental sustainability, we continue to challenge our network, ourselves, and our initiatives to be more inclusive and more empathic to the changing world around us.   ...Read More »


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