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Broke Ball Luau
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Sacramento

On Friday, May 17th, C4C Will be volunteering at the Boys & Girls Club Broke Ball Luau.

Broke Ball Luau is the Boys & Girls Club’s one special night that benefits the hundreds of young children and teens at the Boys & Girls Club. It is their only annual fundraising event, and is attended by over 300 people.

Our volunteers will be helping at the actual event rather than setting up, which means it will be tons of fun! Entertainment includes the Leataata Dancers and a special performance by the Okuba Judo Club.


Track & Field Competition
Special Olympics of Northern CA

On Saturday, May 18th, C4C will be volunteering at Special Olympics’ Track & Field Competition.  

The Special Olympics hosts several sporting events throughout the year. The kids are great, and volunteering at these events are a way to give back while still having fun.  Plus, at the Track & Field Competition, our volunteers get to hand out the awards, which is the best part!

We will be volunteering from 8 to 4pm in shifts of 4 hours. Friends and significant others are welcome to join us.


Presentation by Kartik Hosanager
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Hosanager has been recognized as one of the world’s top 40 business professors under 40. He has received several teaching awards including the MBA and Undergraduate Excellence in Teaching awards at the Wharton School. His research has received several awards including the best paper award at the Consortium on Technology Policy and Management.


Join Us for the National Net Impact Conference in Silicon Valley
October 24-26 at the San Jose Convention Center

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Net Impact UC Davis is excited to have a national conference for change makers right in our backyard.  This annual event is the premier gathering for thinkers, doers, and dreamers to exchange ideas about how businesses can solve social and environmental problems.  Students from the Graduate School of Management will be there in full force.


Presentation by Melissa F. Lewis
David Eccles School of Business, The University of Utah

Dr. Lewis primary research interest is earnings quality, with a particular interest in earnings management. She aims to conduct research that results in legitimate and consequential belief revision about the incentives that underlie managers’ decisions, and the consequences of such decisions. Her research has been published in top academic journals including the Journal of Financial Economics, the Accounting Review and the Journal of Accounting and Economics.