Movers, Shakers & Impact Makers: New CSR Job Listings, Promotions, and Programs


The member community convened by Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is one of a kind. The 500+ companies we serve each year around the globe are leaders in environmental, social, and governance action, and the thousands of individuals who make up this network are some of the best in the field!

Here is how our members have been working to build better business and a better world:

Spotlight on You

Ramona Hood of FedEx was featured by Commercial Appeal for her history-making promotion to president and CEO of FedEx Custom Critical as the first African American woman to lead a FedEx operating company. “That is something we can be really, really proud of,” said Shannon Brown, FedEx Express chief diversity officer and senior vice president of Eastern Division U.S. operations. Hood started as a receptionist for Roberts Express, which later became FedEx Custom Critical, which became a long-term pursuit of leadership that has culminated in her latest promotion.

Joanna Geraghty, president and COO of JetBlue Airways, was featured in The Points Guy for her efforts to celebrate how far the aviation has come on gender parity and how she has set an example for future generations of women in aviation. “This industry is obviously very challenged because you don’t have a lot of senior women at higher levels within the industry,” said Geraghty. “It starts from the bottom up. It starts from children. It starts at all levels of the organization to create a path for women and create a safe place for women and other candidates where they feel comfortable to express their opinions because there’s somebody that’s similar to you in a room.”

Crystal Barnes has been named senior vice president, corporate social responsibility, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy & reporting at ViacomCBS. She will oversee the companywide initiatives that extend ViacomCBS’ deep legacy and expertise in social impact, philanthropy, and community and employee engagement. Crystal and her team will also be responsible for partnering across the company to develop ViacomCBS’ sustainability strategy, goals, and reporting practices.

Carol Tomé has been appointed as CEO of UPS, starting on June 1. Including women currently in CEO roles and those whose appointments have been announced, her promotion makes 38 woman CEOs in the Fortune 500, says Fortune. “I look forward to working with and further developing the talented management team and the company’s 495,000 employees to deliver for our customers and shareowners,” Tomé said of her new role. 


Job Postings

Altria is seeking a Senior Specialist of Corporate Citizenship to focus on environmental sustainability and responsibility communications and reporting in its Richmond, VA office.

Axxess is looking for a Corporate Citizenship Coordinator in Dallas, TX to assist in the company’s efforts to be a model of a socially responsible member of its community.

Bank of the West is looking for a Head of Corporate Social Responsibility in San Francisco, who will be responsible for developing, directing, monitoring, and implementing community affairs programs.

Blackbaud has an openings for a Sales Executive, Corporate Social Responsibility in Washington, DC and Plano, TX.

Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is seeking to fill four positions in Chestnut Hill, MA:

Deloitte is seeking a Global Internal Sustainability Manager in New York City, NY to drive sustainability strategy and solutions with Deloitte colleagues around the world.

Estée Lauder Companies is seeking an Executive Director, Sustainability in New York, and a Technical Business Analyst, Global Sustainability and Citizenship in Long Island City, NY.

Gallagher is looking for a Director, Global Social Impact in Rolling Hills, IL, to lead the development and execution Gallagher’s first Global Social Impact Program.

Lockheed Martin is hiring a Manager, Social Impact Programs in Bethesda, MD, to develop stakeholder engagements and partnerships.

Major League Baseball is hiring a Coordinator, Community Affairs in New York to support the MLB’s mission to strengthen and enhance communities in which it operates.

PSEG is seeking a Director of Corporate Social Responsibility in Newark, NJ, to develop the strategy for PSEG’s corporate social responsibility and philanthropy.

Samsung Electronics America is seeking a Senior Manager of Corporate Citizenship to lead signature CSR programming in its Ridgefield Park, NJ office.

TJX is hiring a Community Relations Program Manager in Marlborough, MA, to lead the development and management of a comprehensive community relations volunteerism program and communication plan.

Verizon is hiring a Corporate Social Responsibility Lead in New York to assist with the implementation and management of Verizon’s education initiatives that engage and positively impact underserved and underrepresented youth across the U.S.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. is seeking a Director, Corporate Responsibility in Burbank, CA to support WarnerMedia Entertainment’s CSR brand and platform, including corporate contributions, social outreach initiatives, film festivals, cause marketing, and employee engagement initiatives.


Member Companies in the News

Hilton has created a virtual reality training designed to teach empathy to new hires, many of whom don't have hands-on experience working in hotels. "We want them to understand the physicality and complexity of hotel operations so they can better feel what it's like to be in the shoes of a room service attendant," said Blaire Bhojwani, senior director of learning innovation at Hilton.

National Grid companies in New York are the first utilities in the country to incorporate fully electric backhoe loaders in their fleets. The new zero-emission equipment, built by CASE Construction Equipment, supports its efforts to reduce emissions and create more sustainable communities. “National Grid has been at the forefront of incorporating battery-powered construction equipment into our business, and CASE’s new backhoe loader directly supports our corporate goal to eliminate companywide greenhouse gas emissions by 2050,” said John Bruckner, National Grid’s New York president.

Wells Fargo announced it is donating $6.25 million to aid in coronavirus response and providing philanthropic support to help with quickly emerging needs in U.S. and globally, while also encouraging customers facing hardships can reach out to the company. “We recognize and appreciate the role of front-line health care providers as they apply their expertise on this fast-moving issue and care for the well-being of our communities,” said Bill Daley, vice chairman of public affairs at Wells Fargo and chairman of the board of the Wells Fargo Foundation. “We also continue to monitor this situation closely for our employees, customers, and the communities we serve and are prepared to adapt as needed.”


Members on the Move

Welcome to our newest member, Benevity, which joins the thousands of CSR professionals we serve at more than 500 companies from around the globe each year.