Dora Lutz took her very first job out of college based simply on the following note in the job description, “This job has the ability to make a difference in the lives of others.” Sold.
Over the next 18 years with multiple organizations marketing, Dora honed her skills in management, operations, marketing and sales for nonprofits, small businesses and Fortune 500 companies alike. Her expertise includes understanding organizational goals and building strategies that yield cross-functional impact.
Dora is one of a handful of certified Shared Value Consultants in the country, and serves as Regional Voice Lead and Chair of the Global Strategy Council for Impact 2030, a United Nation's initiate designed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals through volunteerism and service.
Currently, Dora works with organizations such as the National FFA Organization, the Indiana Economic Development Association, teaches entrepreneurship at Purdue University, and advises multiple social entrepreneurs on building effective social enterprises.
Dora's experiences and M.B.A. with a focus in Organizational Leadership provide insight into the ways a well-planned corporate social responsibility program can improve business and support multiple stakeholders, and is able to deftly explain how the most recent research can apply to real business scenarios.
“CSR is the tool in the management tool box that’s typically not broken out until the others have been used. But in reality, Corporate Social Responsibility is a tool that any organization can use to support its other efforts or identify when initiatives are out of alignment.” - Dora Lutz
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