Net Impact

CESR Fellows
  

Our Mission

CESR Fellows, a Net Impact affiliated club, is a student group designed for all CU undergraduates who have a passion for values-driven business and using business to make a positive social and environmental impact. In becoming a CESR Fellow, you join a community of like-minded peers, faculty and corporate executives who share your passion and who look forward to networking with you to explore the ways you too can do business differently.

Our purpose is to connect students with the resources and organizations that relate to CESR’s four core pillars in order to showcase how businesses are dealing with these issues and create visibility for socially and environmentally conscious business. We facilitate professional development through networking, consulting skills workshops, and other programming to promote student success within this field. Through everything we do, we work to build a strong community of those who are passionate about bettering local and global communities. 

What we do
  • Speaker events

  • Service and outreach events

  • Committee projects that include skills training and community outreach

  • Case studies and competitions

  • Attend events as a community


Fellow Requirements

To be a CESR Fellow and receive the Fellows graduation cord and pin, you must meet l the following membership requirements for two academic semesters:

  • Attend every monthly meeting (Fall 2019 TBA)

  • Attend at least three events throughout the semester OR be involved in a committee

Get Involved

Interested in CESR Fellows? Fill out the interest form to receive important updates.

Questions? Send us an email at cesrfellows@colorado.edu.

Join us for our monthly meetings

5:30-6:30 PM | KOBL 203

  • January 28, 2019 - Info Session
  • February 18, 2019
  • March 18, 2019
  • April 22, 2019

Fall 2019 Meeting Dates TBA

Connect

 

Check out our event calendar!

 

Anna Bergstrom

President

Anna is a junior majoring in Accounting and Information Management. She got involved with CESR Fellows transferring to CU Boulder from Red Rocks Community College in 2017. As an Accounting and Information Management major, Anna is interested in how social responsibility impacts every part of a business. In addition to her involvement in CESR Fellows, she is a sister in Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi and Director of Reporting in Beta Alpha Psi. In her free time, she enjoys bullet journaling and kickboxing.

Maggie Grout

Director of Operations

Maggie is a sophomore majoring in Management with an emphasis in Strategy & Entrepreneurship. She hopes to make a positive impact in the world through her nonprofit, Thinking Huts, which seeks to make a quality education accessible via 3D manufacturing. Maggie currently works for the Boulder Faculty Assembly as their Budget & Finance Coordinator. Outside of school, she is passionate about cinematography/photography and a fun fact is she has traveled to over 12 countries across four continents!

Christian DiSalvo

Director of Finance

Christian is a Senior at Leeds School of Business, studying Finance and pursuing a Certificate in Social Responsibility and Ethics. He spent six months studying and working in Perugia, Italy; learning international business and Italian culture. Christian hopes to pursue a career in Financial Consulting for international companies on projects concerning social responsibility and environmental sustainability. CESR Fellows has given him a platform to pursue his passion for sustainable business and a network of people to make those passions a reality.

Molly MacEachen

Director of Professional Development

Molly MacEachen is a Colorado native pursuing a double major in business and sociology. With an emphasis in leadership and certificates in Social Responsibility & Ethics and Social Innovation, she hopes to use business as a vehicle to make a positive impact on society. Molly currently works as a student assistant in the Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility (CESR) where she is contributing to a major research project. Additionally, she holds positions as Director of Professional Development for CESR Fellows where she coordinates events regarding sustainability and corporate social responsibility for the student organization throughout year and oversee various committees in order to optimize their experience and ensure they have the resources and connections they need. Molly is also Director of Communications for Leeds Ambassadors where she leads tours of the business school. When she isn’t getting involved in the Leeds School of Business, Molly coaches a local baton twirling team, loves spending time in the mountains, and jumps at any opportunity to travel.

Carlea Kiddoo

Director of Marketing

Carlea is a junior at Leeds School of Business, majoring in Marketing and pursuing a certificate in Technology, Arts & Media. Thanks to various classes and events put on by the Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility (CESR) department within Leeds, she developed an interest in ethical business. CESR Fellows has allowed her to further explore this passion, and she now hopes to build a career in the natural foods industry. Outside CESR Fellows, Carlea is involved in Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity and University of Colorado Boulder’s annual Conference on World Affairs.