Through the above narrative, we have answered the following questions…
- The ways in which the benefit corporation pursued general public benefit during the year and the extent to which general public benefit was created. See above
- The ways in which the benefit corporation pursued a specific public benefit that the articles state it is the purpose of the benefit corporation to create. See above
- Any circumstances that have hindered the creation by the benefit corporation of general public benefit or specific public benefit. None
- The process and rationale for selecting or changing the third-party standard used to prepare the benefit report. If applicable, a statement of any connection between the organization that established the third-party standard, or its directors, officers or material owners, and the benefit corporation or its directors, officers or material shareholders, including any financial or governance relationship which might materially affect the credibility of the use of the third-party standard. See above – Social Good Intelligence (HSGI)
- A statement from the benefit director as to whether the benefit corporation acted in accordance with its general, and any named specific, public benefit purpose, and whether directors complied with their duty to consider the impact of decisions on stakeholders, and if in the opinion of the benefit director they did not, a description of the ways in which they did not comply. See above
Other Benefit Corporation Reporting Requirement – Additional Information
Felena Hanson is the Director of Hera Hub, Inc.
All correspondence can be sent to:
4010 Sorrento Valley Blvd, Suite 400
San Diego, CA 92121
Felena does not currently receive any compensation from the benefit corporation.
Dr. Silvia Mah in an investor in Hera Hub, Inc.