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The Corporate Civic Playbook with Steven Levine

Did your workplace offer paid time off for the first time on election day in 2020 so that you could be free to navigate the polls without worry? Then you have today’s guest to thank.

Stephen Levine is co-founder of Meteorite, a social impact firm that builds coalitions and campaigns that drive social transformation. Among those coalitions is the Civic Alliance, which together with its 1,200-plus member companies, rallied to champion civic participation leading to historic engagement in the 2020 elections.

Steven is a bona fide expert in social impact and corporate communications. He’s held prominent positions at the White House where he as the White House Associate Director of Communications under President George W. Bush, where he was responsible for executing every single presidential media event held on White House grounds. 

This week, Steven introduces us to his work, and how he channels his experience in media toward driving participation, access, and pride in every American’s access to free and fair elections at every level. Their efforts have brougt about the Civic Alliance and the Corporate Civic Playbook, and tool to help every company and organization empower employees and customers to be active and engaged in civic life. 

Thank you Steven, for joining us on the show and sharing your work with our community. Connect with Steven on LinkedIn to learn more.

  • (00:00) – First: A request…
  • (00:32) – Welcome to Mission Forward
  • (01:07) – Introducing Steven Levine
  • (03:21) – The Founder’s Journey
  • (16:27) – The correlation between engagement and retention
This season, we are taking you on a journey to meet ten people influencing and shaping how we communicate at scale for social change. From advertising executives to coalition directors, news editors, campaign managers, and authors, they’re all people who are shaping and challenging the deep power of communication. If you’re working to become a more inclusive and thoughtful communicator, there’s nothing holding you back—except you.
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