Region: North America

The latest on our work, approach, partnerships—and more.

Closing the Gap in Economic Equity with Global Pro Bono

In response to the social justice movement, we partnered with SAP on their Pro Bono for Economic Equity project. The goal was to address the disproportionately negative impact of COVID-19 on people of color. For six weeks, teams of SAP employees worked virtually with Black entrepreneurs worldwide with remarkable success.

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Reimagining Community Health Systems

COVID-19 pushed education, health care, transportation, and society’s patience past their limits. Pyxera Global saw this situation as an opportunity to develop breakthrough solutions for multiple challenges. Working with other corporate and nonprofit leaders, the Reimagine Series’ first challenge addressed the accessibility of telehealth within community health systems.

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Circular Cleveland: Creating a Baseline for a New Economy

Pyxera Global’s work is founded on the belief that inclusion and the voice of the historically marginalized communities should be front and center for any circular city. Equitable Circular Cleveland showcases the effectiveness of that method by blending Pyxera Global’s multi-sector approach and community-driven ethos with Metabolic’s science-based philosophy.

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Rhetoric to Action

Through the Rhetoric to Action series, we amplify voices from the private, social, and public sectors to address structural racism and social injustice. These conversations assist organizations in understanding their role in dismantling racism and ending injustice by fostering the move from talking to taking measurable and meaningful actions.

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DBC: Supporting a Black-Owned Business is an Opportunity for All-Around Growth

DBC applied to Pro Bono for Economic Equity (PBEE), an SAP volunteering program to foster economic equity for black-owned businesses and social enterprises in order to work on the “chaos” the company was experiencing with its daily operations. Williams found the involvement to be very thorough and was able to discuss his company beyond “the website version of DBC” with his three SAP consultants.

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