Social Responsibility & Company Community Impact
“Making an income while making an impact is a top priority for me which is why The CEO Co was founded on creating a community impact with financial donations being made to a variety of organizations that impact the black community, POC, and women to bridge the divide and create systemic change that allows all of us to move forward to creating thriving excellence inside and outside of our workplaces.”
— Kristina, CEO & Founder
Below is The CEO Co's official social responsibility and community impact plan for the calendar year 2020 and the list of organizations we are supporting as outlined in our plan.
This section is currently under construction
Code 2040 is a nonprofit that works to dismantle the structural barriers that prevent the full participation and leadership of Black and Latinx technologists in the innovation economy. Code2040 equips Black and Latinx technologists and their allies with the tools, connections, and care they need to advocate for and achieve racial equity in the tech industry.
Learn more about Code 2040 on their webpage.
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline is an integral organization to suicide prevention. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources, and best practices for professionals.
Learn more about the Lifeline on their webpage.
Dress for Success
Dress for Success has different programs to aid women in getting professional attire for their interviews and new jobs as well as providing career training for these women.
“WE ECONOMICALLY EMPOWER WOMEN ACROSS THE GLOBE “
Learn more about Dress for Success by visiting their webpage.
National Association of Black Journalists
NABJ is a non-profit for black journalists set on “Support[ing] journalists, media professionals and journalism educators who may have been laid off or experiencing hardships because of job loss; Offer[ing] programming and training that helps to promote media diversity, parity in newsrooms and media companies, and empowers journalists with the tools they need to succeed; Provid[ing] career advancement and hiring opportunities for journalists and media professionals of color; Provid[ing] scholarships and training to college and high school students.”
Learn more about the NABJ on their webpage.
Women Employed is a non-profit located in Chicago, which pursues equity for women in the workforce by effecting policy change, expanding access to education, & advocating for fair, inclusive workplaces. Women Employed has spent 45+ years leading change for women.
Learn more about Women Employed on their webpage.