This video continues my look at corporate social responsibility by analyzing more closely the one-for-one business model. In the form of a public service announcement , this video encourages consumers who buy one-for-one products to consider the social and economic ramifications of their actions. The video discusses one-for-one products from their purchase to their donation and points to the economic disturbances and unfair production methods caused by profit-seeking one-for-one companies. Please comment with your take on the one-for-one’s corporate social responsibility plan and if you think they are doing good or causing harm.
As a graduate of George Washington University, Tracey majored in Political Science with a Public Policy Focus and minors in Peace Studies and Economics. Tracey has years of experience working with local nonprofits in her D.C. community. She is most passionate about her work for youth in improving their educational opportunities and believes that in both a national and international context, education provides the best pathway to economic development and conflict resolution. Her time studying abroad and volunteering in South Africa allowed her to apply her past academic and professional experience in a new international framework and has furthered her interest in developing nations. Tracey is most proud of her curiosity to learn more about her world and her determination to make a difference. During her time with the SISGI Group, Tracey researched global education, economic development, and environmental sustainability.
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