Movers, Shakers & Impact Makers: Corporate Citizenship Jobs, Reports, and Recognition


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!

COVID-19 RESPONSE: We are providing daily coverage on how member companies are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in our blog at Corporate Citizenship Responses to COVID-19. Check often for updates—and let us know if you would like us to share your company’s response at

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

Spotlight on You

Victoria Hay, director of corporate social responsibility at AIGgave BCCCC a shout-out on LinkedIn. "While virtual, the insights from the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship are as valuable as ever!" she said of our Executive Director Katherine V. Smith's participation in a live meeting with the Corporate Community Relations Council. "Great discussion on thoughtfully pivoting corporate citizenship toward COVID-19 relief efforts." Thanks, Victoria!

Jeff Bellows, vice president corporate citizenship and public affairs at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, shared his company’s list of Massachusetts companies rising to the challenge of COVID-19. “Massachusetts companies are bringing energy, compassion and innovation to the fight versus the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Bellows. Among those on the list is Boston-based New Balance, which has begun producing general-use facemasks for health care workers. 

Edward White Jr., executive director at National Grid Foundation, expressed excitement over his organization's response to COVID-19. On LinkedIn, White said, "Excited to announce National Grid U.S. Foundation is working with more than 45 local organizations across MA, RI, and NY to help support hunger relief and human services for those in need and struggling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic."

Job Postings

Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is hiring a Corporate Social Responsibility Intern in Boston, MA, to provide CSR communications support and contribute to its CSR strategy development.

Apple Inc. is hiring an Environmental Program Manager and Environment, Health and Safety Lead in Cupertino, CA, to provide support at Apple Park, Apple's corporate headquarters.

Aramark is hiring a Sustainability Director in Lexington, KY, to implement standard operating sustainability procedures and practices in the areas of responsible sourcing, local and Kentucky Proud purchasing, efficient operations, and waste minimization.

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.

Ball Corporation is expanding its diversity and inclusion team by hiring a Manager, Diversity & Inclusion Operations and Coordinator, Diversity & Inclusion, both located in Broomfield, CO.

CommScope is looking for a Product Sustainability Manager in Horsham, PA, to minimize the environmental impacts of its products while leveraging product sustainability concepts to deliver benefit for the company and its customers.

Guidehouse is hiring an Inclusion & Diversity Program Associate in McLean, VA, support program and management activities of the firm’s Inclusion & Diversity strategy. The company is also seeking an Associate Director Energy Sustainability & Infrastructure in Washington, DC, to coordinate research and development of new modeling platforms for analyzing and forecasting market behavior.

Humana is hiring a Diversity and Inclusion Lead in Louisville, KY, to develop, implement, and evaluate diversity/equal employment opportunity (EEO) and affirmative action programs. 

ICF is looking for a Climate Change and Sustainability Researcher in Washington, DC, to support the company's climate, energy efficiency, and transportation lines of business.

John Hancock is looking for a Director, Diversity and Inclusion, US in Boston to operationalize the company's global D&I strategy for their US Division.

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

Raytheon Technologies is looking for an Environmental and Sustainability Manager in Andover, MA, to be responsible for multi-media environmental compliance and reporting, permitting, and sustainability.

Takeda is looking for a Head of Diversity and Inclusion in Boston to be responsible for guiding and enabling the company’s diversity, inclusion, and equity journey.

Target is looking for a Senior Manager Sustainability Impact Profit & Loss in Minneapolis, MN, to create routines, policies, and tools that will quantify the social and environmental impact of product decisions and product creation.

Member Companies in the News

DiversityInc recently published its 2020 Top 50 Companies for Diversity, a long-running annual assessment of diversity management in corporate America. The list included the following Center members: Accenture, AIG, Allstate Insurance Company, Aramark, AstraZeneca, Capital One Financial Corporation, Cigna, Cox Communications, Dow, Exelon Corporation, General Motors Company, Hilton Worldwide, Humana, KPMG, Nielsen, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Sanofi, Target, TD Bank, Toyota, U.S. Bank, and Wells Fargo. 

Campbell Soup Company has released its 2020 Corporate Responsibility Report, which reaffirms its commitment to real food that matters for life’s moments. "This past year, we introduced a new strategic plan that we are confident will create value for all of our stakeholders," said President and CEO Mark Clouse. "One of the key pillars of our new strategy is to 'Deliver on the promise of our purpose.' To do this, we are advancing our commitment to real food, transparency and sustainability, and to fostering deep community connections where we have operations."

Jacobs has launched a Climate Action Plan committing to achieve and maintain 100% renewable energy, net zero carbon for the company's operations and business travel in 2020, and carbon negativity for its operations and business travel by 2030. "Today, we reveal a plan that sets us apart – capturing the shared passion, pride, and drive of our people as we work to preserve our planet for future generations," said Jacobs Chair and CEO Steve Demetriou. "From the way we operate our business, to the work we perform with clients and other organizations, Jacobs' Climate Action Plan details how we will continue to make a positive environmental, societal, and economic difference for businesses, governments, and communities around the world."


Members on the Move

Welcome to our newest members, AvidXchange and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, which join the thousands of CSR professionals we serve at more than 500 companies from around the globe each year.

A discussion about Postponing Community Day/Week in our Online Member Community, kicked off by Stantec, has benefited from responses from First West Credit Union, Manulife, and TELUS. Members can join in on the discussion: Join the Online Member Community.