Neil Britto

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service

Neil Britto is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service of NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. He also holds leadership roles in research and advisory initiatives focused on government, business and non-profit sector partnerships.

He is the Executive Director of The Intersector Support, a non-profit organization focused on cross-sector collaboration in the United States. He also serves on Concordia’s Public-Private Partnership Index Task Force and is a member of the World Economic Forum’s New York City community as a Global Shaper. Previously, Neil has examined the role of public-private partnerships in financial services, public health, and the mining industry through various research and consulting initiatives.

Neil studied finance and philosophy at York University and graduated with an Honors Bachelor in Administrative Studies and a Certificate in Practical Ethics.

Corporate social innovation is an evolving practice of organizations of varying size and purpose to integrate business activities with models that produce social and environmental outcomes. The course will rigorously explore the evolution and modalities of corporate social responsibility, with particular attention to cross-sector collaboration, the utility of social finance and financial institutions relationship with corporate responsibility, impact measurement, and other relevant emergent trends. This course looks specifically at how corporate innovation is practiced today with particular attention to how models of cross-sector partnerships have advanced the field.
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Corporate social innovation is an evolving practice of organizations of varying size and purpose to integrate business activities with models that produce social and environmental outcomes. The course will rigorously explore the evolution and modalities of corporate social responsibility, with particular attention to cross-sector collaboration, the utility of social finance and financial institutions relationship with corporate responsibility, impact measurement, and other relevant emergent trends. This course looks specifically at how corporate innovation is practiced today with particular attention to how models of cross-sector partnerships have advanced the field.
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Corporate social innovation is an evolving practice of organizations of varying size and purpose to integrate business activities with models that produce social and environmental outcomes. The course will rigorously explore the evolution and modalities of corporate social responsibility, with particular attention to cross-sector collaboration, the utility of social finance and financial institutions relationship with corporate responsibility, impact measurement, and other relevant emergent trends. This course looks specifically at how corporate innovation is practiced today with particular attention to how models of cross-sector partnerships have advanced the field.
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Corporate social innovation is an evolving practice of organizations of varying size and purpose to integrate business activities with models that produce social and environmental outcomes. The course will rigorously explore the evolution and modalities of corporate social responsibility, with particular attention to cross-sector collaboration, the utility of social finance and financial institutions relationship with corporate responsibility, impact measurement, and other relevant emergent trends. This course looks specifically at how corporate innovation is practiced today with particular attention to how models of cross-sector partnerships have advanced the field.
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