Located right off of Gateway Rd. at Drake Street, Allhër apartments are within a short walking distance to Yaletown, the West End, and English Bay. This central location situates Ahllër close to numerous restaurants, café's, retail shops and city parks such as George Wainborn Park, David Lam Park and even Sunset Beach Park.  

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On March 16, 2020, as the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was being realized across the globe, 3BL Media began waiving fees for the use of CSRwire as business leaders stepped forward to help.

In the month that followed, more than 500 press releases were distributed to CSRwire’s global audience. These included charitable donations, innovative solutions to the lack of personal protective equipment and medical treatments for COVID-19, and pledges to address the social impact of the pandemic. The top viewed news belonged to Johnson & Johnson announcing a lead vaccine candidate for COVID-19.  

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We are pleased to have been able to assist communications professionals to drive awareness of their work during a critical time. 

Our free press release distribution program will end on April 17, 2020.  After that date, CSRwire editors will continue to monitor the inbound queue of COVID-19 press releases emailed to for content that is both global in focus and innovative in nature.  Select releases will continue to be distributed at no charge.  

On behalf of the 3BL Media team, we wish you all the best as you, your families and your companies respond to the crisis. Stay safe. 


Meet Today's Moderator and Speakers

Celia Ouellette is the founder and CEO of the Responsible Business Initiative for Justice. She is a human rights lawyer who has dedicating her career to representing and fighting for those most disadvantaged by broken criminal justice systems. 

Celia started her legal career in 2006 working in private practice in the US. In 2015, she founded The Powell Project, an organization dedicated to empowering and equipping capital defense teams with the knowledge and skills to level the playing field in death penalty cases. Prior to that Celia was a Staff Attorney at the UK human rights charity Reprieve. 

Celia’s experience, deep commitment for change and expert knowledge of justice systems has led her to be a regular key speaker at a number of conferences and events including Smart on Crime, Innovation Forum and Reuters’ Responsible Business Summit. She is an established media commentator and contributor, for both print and radio, including the BBC World Service ”Business Daily” Program, the Economist, the Financial Times, Conscious Company and Triple Pundit.

Celia was made a Meaningful Business Ambassador in March 2020, joining a global community of leaders working to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Her expertise means she is frequently called upon to advise foreign governments and agencies on human rights and justice issues.


Mary Mazzoni is a journalist and editor based in Philadelphia. She's reported on environmental and social sustainability for the past 10 years and has been the senior editor of TriplePundit since 2014. She is also the curator of TriplePundit's sponsored series and co-host of 3BL Media's Learn From Home webinars. 

You can find her work all over the Web — including on Motherboard/VICE, Conscious Company, AlterNet and Salon — and in multiple Philadelphia publications such as the Philadelphia Daily News.


Conroy Boxhill is a senior communications executive with more than 20 years of experience helping brands build and protect their reputation. 

As Managing Director of Porter Novelli-Atlanta, Conroy leads a high-performing team of communicators who work with companies to anticipate, plan and capitalize on sudden or planned shifts to business operations or reputation. Currently, Conroy serves as a senior counselor to several major brands navigating COVID-19, the global economic recession and social unrest sparked by the fight against systemic racism.

 Boxhill is a proven counselor to C-suite executives and Boards of Directors on reputation management and crisis communications activities that build reputation and engender trust. In 2019, Porter Novelli awarded Conroy the Liberate Greatness award, a global recognition for an employee who actively seeks to liberate greatness in themselves and others. Additionally, in 2015, PR Week named Conroy one of 40 under 40 brand champions for outstanding professional achievement.

Prior to joining Porter Novelli, Conroy worked for Edelman Public Relations (New York, London, Atlanta). He earned a bachelor of science in business administration from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and masters in communications management from Syracuse University.


Ashish Prashar FRSA (Ash), Sr. Director of Global Communications at Publicis Sapient and a justice reform campaigner

Ashish has led media relations and developed government affairs programs for a number of companies and advises on a variety of political and issue based campaigns across the United States. Most recently lobbying for companies to change employment practices to provide opportunities to those impacted by the justice system, campaigning for bail reform and restoration of voting rights to the formerly incarcerated – he also worked on several 2018 midterm campaigns.

 Ashish had a lengthy career in UK politics where he handled communications for the Conservative Party and was a Press Secretary to the former Mayor of London: Boris Johnson during his 2008 and 2012 election campaigns. He also worked at the Royal Society of Arts, Ipsos MORI, for former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and on Barack Obama’s 2008 US Presidential Campaign.

He is a former young offender and justice and police reform campaigner who sits on the Boards of Exodus Transitional Community, Getting Out and Staying Out , Leap Confronting Conflict and the Responsible Business Initiative for Justice. He also chaired the former Mayor London's Mentoring Initiative

He is a Fellow at the Royal Society of Arts,  graduated from the University of Westminster in London and happily resides in New York City.


Jeff Korzenik is the Chief Investment Strategist for Fifth Third Bank.  Jeff is a regular guest on CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business News, and his writings on economics and public policy have appeared in numerous national and regional publications.  He was recently elected a Member of the Council on Criminal Justice for his work on the intersection of the justice system and the labor markets.

Jeff’s forthcoming book, “UNTAPPED TALENT: How Second Chance Hiring Works for Your Business and the Community,” shares the business case and best practices for hiring people with criminal records and will be published by HarperCollins Leadership in early 2021. Jeff is a graduate of Princeton University and is a passionate supporter of cultural organizations, serving as a trustee of the Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Chicago as well as a member of the Board of Advisors of the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. 



The Road to COP26: 
What Is the Role of Business in a 1.5°C Future?

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In its first major report in nearly a decade, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) observed the climate crisis is already causing “widespread and rapid changes" and declared human activity — specifically carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels — is “unequivocally” to blame. We’re already locked into at least 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming, the IPCC warns, but we still have a chance to cap global temperature rise at 1.5 or 2 degrees — avoiding the worst impacts of the climate crisis — if we employ immediate, decisive interventions to reduce emissions.

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called the IPCC's findings a “code red for humanity,” and with the annual U.N. climate conference having been postponed a year due to COVID-19, in the fall all eyes will be on COP26. 

Running ahead of the U.N. General Assembly, Climate Week NYC and Global Goals Week, the third edition of 3BL Forum: Brands Taking Stands – LIVE! will explore the business role on the road to these pivotal negotiations. We’ll discuss how companies can cut their own emissions, engage with governments, suppliers and peers on climate-smart policies, and ensure climate justice for at-risk communities worldwide. 

Join us on September 8 at 1 p.m. ET for The Road to COP26: What Is the Role of Business in a 1.5 °C Future?


The business role on the road to COP26. 

– Thomas Lingard, global sustainability director of Unilever

Corporate net-zero targets. 

– Emma Stewart, Netflix’s first sustainability officer

– Clinton Moloney, managing director of sustainability solutions at Engie Impact

Decarbonizing the global food system. 

– Rebekah Moses, head of impact strategy for Impossible Foods

– Caroline Bushnell, vice president of corporate engagement at the Good Food Institute

The fight for climate justice. 

 Jami Lewchik, Senior Brand Manager for Tazo Tea

– Diandra Marizet, co-founder and executive director of Intersectional Environmentalist 

– Sabs Katz, co-founder and partnerships lead of Intersectional Environmentalist 




The Road to COP26: 
What Is the Role of Business in a 1.5°C Future?

The conversation continues! Join live on September 8 at 1 p.m. ET.

The conversation continues! Join live on September 8 at 1 p.m. ET.