With a strong background in Purpose, CSR and social impact issues, Whitney positions the agency for growth while furthering its legacy as a pioneer in Purpose communications.
For nearly nine years, Whitney has led the development of the agency’s award-winning research, such as the 2019 Porter Novelli/Cone Purpose Biometrics Study (named Top 14 Research Insights by Institute for Public Relations) and 2019 Porter Novelli/Cone Gen Z Purpose Study.
Whitney has her finger on the pulse of all that’s trending within the world of Purpose, which makes her a sought-after after expert in the space from the podium and in client engagements. She has provided her insights from the stage at Sustainable Brands (2017, 2018, 2019), Sundance’s ChefDance (2020), 3BL Forum (2018, 2019), Benevity Goodness Matters (2019, 2020), From Day One Conference (2019), Cause Marketing Summit (2018), among other events.
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Last week, over 2,000 representatives from our global community of sustainability practitioners, brand strategists, product and service innovators, thought leaders and other change-makers convened at SB’18 Vancouver. Attendees shared their latest insights on a multitude of themes pertinent to improving business around the world. Here, we dig into brand and organizational efforts to get consumers to deliver their part of the sustainability equation, by putting their money where their mouths are. - 2 years ago
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Only 17 percent of Americans say they have read a CSR report in the past 12 months, according to Cone Communications global researchAlthough 82 percent of Americans expect companies to report on the progress of their social and environmental efforts, only 17 percent of Americans say they have read a corporate social responsibility (CSR) report in the past 12 months, according to the newly released 2015 Cone Communications/Ebiquity Global CSR Study. This gap presents a need for companies to innovate the ways they inform and engage consumers and other stakeholders of their progress against goals. - 5 years ago
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BOSTON (May 27, 2015) – Global consumers feel a personal accountability to address social and environmental issues and look to companies as partners in progress, according to findings from the 2015 Cone Communications/Ebiquity Global CSR Study, released today. Near universal in their demands for companies to act responsibly, nine-in-10 consumers expect companies to do more than make a profit, but also operate responsibly to address social and environmental issues. Global consumers echo that high standard in their own lives and shopping behavior. - 5 years ago