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Are you an education company using business as a force for good? Interested in exploring B Corp Certification? Join B Lab and VIF International Education for a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of becoming a Certified B Corp, including the new standards developed specifically for education companies, and how and why to get certified. This webinar will feature the David Young, CEO of VIF International Education. We will be available during the presentation to answer your questions live via chat.

Hosted by:

Jessica Friesen, Senior Community Development Strategist at B Lab

Jessica develops strategies to grow the community of Certified B Corps through technology and marketing solutions. With a background in nonprofit consulting, business development, and social entrepreneurship, Jessica spends her time at B Lab developing pathways for businesses to measure what matters and join an amazing movement of B Corps changing the world through business. Based out of B Lab's San Francisco office, Jessica lives in Oakland with her wife and adorable dog, Miri.

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B Corp Certification for Education Companies
Recorded on October 11th, 2016


David Young,
CEO at VIF International Education

David Young has dedicated his career to VIF's mission to transform lives through international education. David led the organization's growth from family project, to small business, to today - being one of the largest global education providers in the U.S. David currently serves on the Board for P21 and co-chairs P21's International Education Committee. He is a native of Burlington, North Carolina and has lived and traveled abroad extensively, including in Costa Rica, Spain, and London.

Dan Osusky,
Standards Development Manager at B Lab

Dan oversees the B Impact Assessment, the exclusive tool used to certify B Corporations and issue GIIRS Ratings. The B Impact Assessment is currently used by over 40,000 businesses to measure and manage their impact on stakeholders, including workers, community, customers, and the environment.