One for One: Building Communities One Step at a Time

One for One: Building Communities One Step at a Time

Featuring TOMS Chief Strategy and Mission Officer Candice Kislack
Monday, November 28th, 2011 from 4:30-6:00pm
Cooley Ballroom
Campus: Polytechnic           
Cost: Free

Doors open at 4:00 p.m.
Come hear about the one-for-one movement and how students can advance creative ideas to grow our communities.
RSVP for a chance to win a pair of TOMS; wear a pair of TOMS to the event and enter to win other cool prizes.
First 10 to RSVP and first 10 attendees receive a FREE copy of Start Something that Matters by TOMS CEO/Founder Blake Mycoskie, featuring ASU student Tyler Eltringham
RSVP by November 21, 2011 to
**Visit and tour CTI Startup Labs, the College's newly revamped prototyping facilities, during its Open House any time between 3-4 pm.
Candice Kislack is Chief Strategy and Mission Officer of TOMS, the for-profit shoe (and now eyewear) company known for launching the conscious capitalism model of One for One. She holds a B.A. in International Relations and Business Marketing from Pine Manor College in Boston. Prior to joining TOMS, Candice worked for the Waitt Family Foundation and has been part of her family's real estate and philanthropic efforts for as long as she can remember. Candice is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, sits on UNICEF's Next Generation Steering Committee, is a board member of both a national and international non-profit, and mentors start-ups and social entrepreneurs on conscious capitalism and responsible giving.  Candice lives in the Los Angeles area with her husband, Chip, an ASU alumnus.
TOMS was founded in 2006 by Blake Mycoskie, inspired by a trip to Argentina, where he saw extreme poverty and health conditions, as well as children walking without shoes. So, he quickly set out to reinvent the alpargata shoe design for the U.S. market to create a better tomorrow and is committed to matching every pair of TOMS purchased with a new pair of shoes given to a child in need. One for One. 
Opening remarks by ASU student Tyler Eltringham, the CEO/Founder of OneShot, an organization dedicated to providing meningococcal meningitis vaccinations to college students living in dormitories and university housing; in one-for-one fashion, for every vaccine administered stateside, one will be donated to the meningitis belt of Africa.

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