HMC Architects’ Director of Social Innovation and Designing Futures Foundation Adrienne Luce is presenting the benefits of social corporate responsibility at the USGBC-LA Inland Empire Branch Green Business Forum on August 17, 2017. 

The program will focus on becoming a green business and will review four of the various processes: Corporate Social Responsibility, City Green Business Program, State Green Business Certification, and B Corp Certification. The program also includes James DiCamillo, President of WLC Architects; Jo Fleming, Executive Director of the California Green Business Network; and Holly Hill, Director of Sustainability at Verdical Group. The discussion will include an overview of the USGBC and agenda, and Southern California Edison and Southern California Gas programs, financial benefits and resources.

Topics will include:

– Investing in a corporate social responsibility strategy that will build your brand, benefit the community, and show an ROI for your company despite your company’s financial scale.

– Taking both a global and local approach to putting the Inland Empire on the map in terms of sustainability efforts and leading the benefit for future generations.

– Taking small steps to be open, audacious, and collaborative in the process of becoming a green business.

The forum, which takes place at The Frontier Project in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., brings together business owners and representatives who are interested in going green and advancing their green efforts. The day will begin with networking opportunities and will conclude with lunch and a tour of the Frontier Project.

HMC Los Angeles, San Jose, and Oakland are Green Business Certified.
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017
Place: The Frontier Project – 10435 Ashford St, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730