Movers, Shakers & Impact Makers: Promotions and Recognition for Exceptional CSR Work


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!

CRISIS RESPONSE: On our blog, we are providing daily coverage on how member companies are responding to the George Floyd protests at Business Support for Protests of Racial Inequality, and the COVID-19 pandemic 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

CBRE Group, Inc. announced that Tim Dismond has been promoted to the newly created role of Chief Diversity Officer. Mr. Dismond will join CBRE’s Executive Committee, the group of 12 global executives responsible for driving the company’s business worldwide, and will report to Bob Sulentic, the company’s president and CEO. “Tim is a very impactful operating executive who has a deep understanding of our business. He will add energy, focus and sharp thinking to our diversity and inclusion efforts,” said Mr. Sulentic. “The creation of the Chief Diversity Officer role is a major step in accelerating our progress, particularly in senior leadership and brokerage positions.”


Job Postings

JUST POSTED: Alexion is seeking a Head of Belonging in Boston to define and reinforce an enterprise-wide diversity, inclusion and belonging strategy.

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.

The Coca-Cola Company is looking for an ES (Environmental Sustainability) Governance Manager at its Tokyo, JP location to promote ES governance, manage environmental performance data, and develop and implement environment programs for the entire Coca-Cola operation.

Fannie Mae is looking for a Senior Vice President of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) & Mission in Washington, DC to set the company’s ESG and mission agenda in concert with critical enterprise stakeholders.

Honeywell is seeking a Health, Safety, and Environmental Coordinator in Smithfield, RI, who will provide a key role in the HSE function, and support key processes and help track performance metrics.

Samsung is hiring a Corporate Social Responsibility Manager in San Jose, CA, to work with leaders and colleagues to develop messaging and programming for key CSR campaigns and programs.

JUST POSTED: Western Digital is seeking a Program Manager, Sustainability in Milpitas, CA, to help develop and manage global sustainability strategy and initiatives.


Member Companies in the News

Bank of America and the Rockefeller Foundation recently provided funding and support for the launch of UC School of Medicine and UNC Health's "Heroes Health" Mental Wellness App. For individual health care workers, the Heroes Health app delivers short mental health self-assessments each week. The app also provides links to immediate support and mental health resources, emphasizing free and low-cost services. “As a community and country, it is important to come together to support those on the frontline taking care of our citizens with the coronavirus,” said Bank of America North Carolina market president Charles Bowman. “It was an easy decision to partner with The Rockefeller Foundation to fund an application of this type that will be valuable now and in the future to ensure health care workers can self-monitor and have access to the support and services they need and deserve.”

SAIC has released its inaugural 2020 Sustainability and Social Responsibility Report, SAIC's first year and initial submission referencing the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework. As a FORTUNE 500® company and one of the largest digital transformation providers to the U.S. government, SAIC's values and reputation matter not only to SAIC but also to its customers, partners, suppliers, and investors. And together with its employees, SAIC is committed to making a real difference inside and outside the workplace. "Corporate social responsibility is a continuous journey, and we are committed to achieving our goals," said Nazzic Keene, CEO of SAIC. "At SAIC, we are driven by our mission to make a difference and deliver value to all who depend on us."

Here are some recognitions we are celebrating in our member community this week:

  • Disability:IN and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) released this year's Disability Equality Index (DEI), in which many member companies scored a perfect 100: Accenture, Adobe Inc., Allstate Insurance Company, American Electric Power, Aramark, Bank of America, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Blue Shield of California, BNY Mellon, Booz Allen Hamilton, Capital One, CenturyLink, Cigna, Deloitte, Dow, DuPont, DXC Technology, EY, Fidelity Investments, Florida Blue, Freddie Mac, General Motors, Health Care Service Corporation, Humana, Huntington Bank, KPMG LLP,  Lincoln Financial Group, Lockheed Martin, Lowe's, ManpowerGroup, MassMutual, Merck, MetLife, Microsoft, Motorola Solutions, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Old National Bank, PwC, Raytheon Company, Royal Caribbean, S&P Global, Southwest Airlines, State Street, TD Bank, The Hartford, The Travelers Companies, The Walt Disney Company, Tufts Health Plan, U.S. Bank, Unum, UPS, Verizon, Walgreens 
  • Newsweek partnered with global data research firm Statista Inc. to publish its first ranking of America's Most Responsible Companies. Members who made the top 50 include: Baxter Healthcare Corporation, BD, Clorox Company, Comerica Bank, General Mills, General Motors, Huntington Bancshares, Lam Research Corporation, Merck & Co, MetLife, Microsoft Corporation, ON Semiconductor Corporation, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, State Street Corporation, Target Corporation, United Technologies Corporation

Members on the Move

This week’s Member Meetup on Corporate Action against Racial Inequality benefited from generous share-outs from Tony Moraga of BBVA, and Jennifer Jones of Ameriprise on how their companies are actively promoting racial justice. Join us for the next round on Thurs, July 23 to listen, learn, and share how your and other companies are taking action in support of employees and communities—from immediate steps being taken now, to long-term plans for the future: Register now.

An ongoing discussion on Diversity Council Design in our Online Member Community kicked off by Paylocity has benefited from responses from CITGO, CopperPoint, FLIR Systems, and others. Members can join in on the discussion: Join the Online Member Community