Graeme presented at numerous conferences and events on the topics of social business, fundraising, sustainability, collaboration, and stakeholder and millennial engagement. His commitment is to empower the audience to take action by making an impact at work and in their community.
Graeme has presented at numerous conferences and events on the topics of social business, fundraising, sustainability, collaboration, and stakeholder and millennial engagement. His commitment is to empower the audience to take action by making an impact at work and in their community.
Net Impact Conference | 2015, 2011, 2010
Weaving Work, Life, and Impact: Having it All, and Then Some (2015)
Candid and insightful conversation about the tightrope act required when striving for a life that is fulfilling both personally and professionally. As more families find themselves in dual impact-career homes, this session shares that there are endless ways to strike a balance. Panel included three unique couples in the impact space talking about the triumphs and challenges of balancing work, life, and impact every day. Panel moderated by Hilary Kilgour (Hootsuite) and speakers included: Gifford Pinchot (Pinchot University) and Libba Pinchot (Pinchot University), Jeanette Honermann (REI) and Jen Martinez (Nationwide Insurance), & Stacey Roen (lululemon athletica) and Graeme Byrd (Hootsuite).
Portland Impact (2011)
Led human-centred design thinking workshop to help 5 businesses and nonprofits address challenges facing their sustainable growth. (First “local impact” session at any Net Impact Conference.)
Got 2020 Vision? Two Companies’ March Toward Zero Impact (2010)
Using the Natural Step Framework to empower businesses in building 2020 vision and action plans that incorporate DNA-level sustainability commitments, featuring Nike and FMYI examples.
Willamette Valley Development Officers Conference | 2012, 2013
Speaking Millennial: Effective Communications to Reach the Next Generation of Philanthropists (2013)
A deeper dive into the language, behaviours and tendencies of millennial to help nonprofits understand the complexities of engaging this generation.
The Future of Millennial Giving: Wheels of Engagement (2012)
Sharing key attributes of the new the largest generation along with technology and tools being used to engage and build millennial philanthropists.
Portland State University, Masters in Nonprofit Management | Guest Lecturer | 2012
(connectivity + relationships + engagement) / generations
A lecture on how the combination of technology, relationships and traditional engagement methods affect fundraising and philanthropy with different generations.
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) | 2012
Generations + Sustainability: America’s largest generations + their impact on the future
Comparison of the two largest generations in America and their impact on the future of the workforce, energy and sustainability.
Green Professionals Conference | 2012
Driving Sustainable Business + Change
About using collaboration software to drive change in employee engagement and build sustainable businesses.
Young Invincibles | 2012
Millennials in Business
Led and organized a roundtable discussion as part of Young Invisibles bus tour discussing Millennials in business to gather prospectives from young leaders on how to build vibrant business communities.
Special Libraries Association Professional Development Days | 2011
Powered by Human Energy
Session on empowering employees and stakeholders to facilitate collaboration and relationships as a critical component of building our knowledge economy.
Blog post for SLA regarding presentation.
Sustainable Business Oregon | 2011
Led discussion at networking events around techniques to engage employees in sustainability.