Pro Bono Work

At Artemis Connection, we are committed to giving back back by donating our time and our resources. Our intentional philanthropic approach devotes 4.5% of Artemis staff time to changing lives, communities, and organizations, by leveraging learnings from our own diverse teams.

Pro bono work is an important part of living up to our vision and values to discover strengths, build communities and inspire positive impact. We launched the 4.5% Promise, because we believe that is is the responsibility of every one of us to make the world a better place, and that that responsibility extends to companies and corporations of all sizes, ours included.

Organizations/initiatives we’ve helped this year through the 4.5% Promise:

  • Smithsonian
    • Created a strategic marketing plan so they can continue to focus on what they do best, creating curriculum that has been proven to be systemically transforming science education
  • Superintendent Roundtable
    • Surveyed and interviewed current and former members to understand their needs and what they value from being a part of the organization.
    • Conducted a competitive analysis to better understand the landscape
    • Crafted a strategic plan that would allow the Roundtable to reach their goal of financial viability, addressed the future role of schools, and recommend strategic partners to explore.
  • 100% Talent
  • Women’s Funding Alliance
  • Outside In / Virginia Woof / Columbia River Pet Partners
  • Public Schools
  • Pilot Light
  • iUrbanTeen
  • Camps teaching social-emotional skills to preschoolers
  • Subsidized work in the healthcare space for public health clinics
  • NYC Cares (working with an NYC non-profit to help low-income households in the Bronx with tax preparation and financial literacy)
  • Spring Forward with Women Leaders
  • "The Future of Work: Educating Today's Students for Tomorrow's Leadership Roles"
    • Talk focused on helping educators prepare students for the shifting labor landscape they'll encounter in the future
    • Students will need to acquire a suite of essential skills in response to technological innovations that will dramatically reshape work, workplaces, and entire industries.
    • Due to the rise of automation and machine learning, leaders in the new economy will marshall both STEM skills and people skills
    • Teaching students creativity, a love of learning, emotional intelligence, teamwork, and how to delegate between people and technology will position them for success.
  • Moderated panels on diversity and inclusion
  • Participation on panels or keynoted
  • Built tools/resources that can help improve diversity and inclusion