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Nina Rauch

Senior Social Impact LeadLemonade

New York, NY

Member Since June 2022

Skills

Public Speaking
Social Media
Microsoft Office

About

At age 16, Nina founded a breast cancer charity in memory of her late mother - that sparked her passion for social impact, and making a dent in the universe. In 2018, Nina joined insuretech Lemonade to lead Social Impact. But, Lemonade isn’t a traditional insurance company. Lemonade was designed to transform insurance from a necessary evil into a social good, via their built-in giving program, the Lemonade Giveback. Lemonade partners with nonprofits that reflect both the causes that customers care about and the stands that the company has taken.

Published content

Harnessing social impact: Uniting employees for meaningful change

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In an increasingly interconnected world, the importance of social impact in uniting employees and fostering a sense of purpose cannot be overstated.

The power of micro-donations: Small change, big impact

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The incredible impact of micro-donations and why they matter more than ever.

How for-profit companies can revolutionize business through integrated philanthropy

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The examples set by innovative companies can undoubtedly inspire others to follow suit, creating a brighter and more compassionate future for all.

How to build a sustainable brand

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We're living through a dramatically changing climate. There has never been a more important time to make sustainability key to your brand.

11 tips to help companies get behind the right nonprofit 'causes' 

expert panel

Here's how employers can find a charitable organization to sponsor this holiday season and beyond. During the holidays, in particular, many company leaders often consider how their establishment can lean in to assist with funding or volunteer its time to support a charitable cause, in the spirit of giving.   But what is the best way to choose the right partnership with a reputable foundation that makes the most sense and enables your organization to do the most good? Below, 11 members from Fast Company Executive Board are sharing their tips to help you get started, whether you plan on giving back for a season or throughout the entire year. 

Why purpose is good for business: Engaging Gen Z

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If there is one thing we know about this age group, it’s that they care deeply about impact.

Company details

Lemonade

Company bio

Lemonade was designed to transform insurance from a necessary evil into a social good, via their built-in giving program, the Lemonade Giveback. Lemonade partners with nonprofits that reflect both the causes that customers care about and the stands that the company has taken.

Industry

Technology

Area of focus

Insurance
Technology
Behavioral Economics

Company size

1,001 - 5,000