CSBM is extremely proud to be a Certified B Corp and held to higher social and environmental standards!
WHAT IS A B CORP?
“B Corps use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.” A B Corp considers the well-being of all stakeholders when executing business decisions, from employees to clients, from suppliers to community members. B Corporations consider creating social value as an essential component of their core mission, even more so than creating profit.
WHAT MAKES US A B CORP?
Our services enable the charter sector’s focus to remain on what is most important: improving student achievement, which benefits all community members.
We treat our teammates like family. Beyond the usual benefits, we offer generous compensation and bonuses, paid maternity/paternity leave, fun social events, and fitness incentives for a happy and healthy work force.
Recently, we launched an initiative to give monetary sponsorship to employees so that they could pursue a goal or project. Employees used the gift to do everything from sky-diving to vacationing in Greece!
We are a minority owned and operated organization where women compose more than 75% of our team and 50% of our senior leaders. We believe in giving back to our local community and do so by regularly donating time and resources.
We strive to reduce our environmental impact with an office-wide recycling program, and a commitment to using sustainably-produced office supplies. Employees are also incentivized to use public transportation or carpool.
CSBM NEWS & UPDATES
CSBM and a variety of Charter School Leaders had a wonderful evening sharing conversations about the charter sector at our Wine Networking event. We even
Raj Thakkar’s fiscally seCURE: Leveraging Technology to Save Time & Money at the TechEmpowerED K-12 Technology Summit
CSBM Founder Raj Thakkar presented fiscally seCURE: Leveraging Technology to Save Time & Money at the TechEmpowerED K-12 Technology Summit! Grateful for the opportunity to
Karen Daniels, CSBM President & COO, was a featured panelist at the Women in Business Winter Panel in January in New York City. The event