Movers, Shakers & Impact Makers: Rebuilding our economy with purpose


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

Catherine McGlown, corporate social responsibility lead at Humana, shared her company’s new CSR report on LinkedIn, which details Human’s economic, social, and environmental impacts, and how the company is leveraging them to inspire health and well-being. “Sharing stories of our impact on communities across the country never gets old!” said McGlown.

Roger Crandall, chairman, president, and CEO of MassMutual, discussed ways of rebuilding our economy with purpose in the wake of the global pandemic as part of Moral Money’s LinkedIn Live Series. Mr. Crandall spoke to MassMutual’s commitment to ESG, purpose, and long-term vision after COVID-19 and success through crisis.


Job Postings

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.

General Mills is looking for a Health, Safety, and Environmental Manager in Buffalo, NY to act as an advisor and to implement standards and procedures that protect human safety and the environment.

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.

Merck is looking for a Director, Corporate Responsibility, based in Kenilworth, NJ, to  lead non-financial reporting efforts and be a powerful change agent to help achieve greater environmental, social, and governance (ESG) transparency and disclosure.

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.


Member Companies in the News

Sysco Corporation recently donated 30 million meals in a global effort to support vulnerable, food-insecure citizens. These donations were valued at more than $100 million and included nearly 16 million pounds of fresh produce and approximately six million pounds of fresh dairy products. With millions more people around the world seeking food assistance, Sysco worked closely with suppliers, customers, and government entities, along with key nonprofit partners.

T. Rowe Price recommended in a recent press release that families talk to their kids about finances amid global economic uncertainty. The firm’s research shows that kids are astute observers of family financial dynamics, and in the absence of guidance are left to form their own conclusions about the drivers of financial stress. “We know that many parents are reluctant to discuss money matters with their kids," stated Roger Young, vice president and senior financial planner at T. Rowe Price. "But we also know that kids are better positioned for financial responsibility if their parents do discuss money with them. It may be particularly difficult to have these conversations now amid the economic fallout of the coronavirus, but it’s more important than ever to be transparent with kids.”

Congratulations to our members who recently released sustainability and CSR reports. Please join us in celebrating their ESG milestones:

  • Alliance Data has released its 2019 Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Performance Report. The report details the efforts to update the company's performance metrics in its sustainability strategy. The company details an approach rooted in the understanding that to growth of business and ability to prosper over time, requires evolving to meet the needs and expectations of a broad range of stakeholders.
  • ON Semiconductor released its 2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Report, detailing the company's commitment to diversity, social and human rights, ethics, and sustainability. In 2019, the company launched its ON Semiconductor Foundation, a nonprofit program that aligns with the company's purpose, brand and culture, and focuses on extending the impact of its giving programs in the communities where employees work and where it does business.


Members on the Move

Members, join us for the Member Meetup: Corporate Action against Racial Inequality to listen, learn, and share how your and other companies are taking action to fight racial inequality and to promote social justice in support of employees and communities—from immediate steps being taken now, to long-term plans for the future. This event will be taking place twice, on July 15 and 23: Register now.

A recent discussion on Disaster Response Volunteer Trips in our Online Member Community kicked off by Amica Insurance has benefited from responses from adidas, Farmers Insurance, and Dow Chemical Company. Members can join in on the discussion: Join the Online Member Community