Ending the Year With Goals That Look to the Future


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!

Featured this week: Danielle McCoy, Fannie Mae; Joe Ruiz, UPS; Capital One; Delta Dental; Kilpatrick Townshend; ON Semiconductor; TJX Companies; AvalonBay Communities, Inc.; The Walt Disney Company; Wells Fargo; Edelman; The Hartford; Hilton Worldwide

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


Spotlight on You

Danielle McCoy, vice president and fair lending officer at Fannie Mae, was recently named one of Diversity Journal’s first-ever Black Leaders Worth Watching. Congratulations, Danielle!

Joe Ruiz has been promoted to vice president of social impact and The UPS Foundation at UPS. Congratulations, Joe!


Job Postings

Capital One
McLean, Virginia
Grants Manager, Community Impact and Investing, Greater Washington

Delta Dental
San Francisco, CA
Foundation and CSR Program Manager

Kilpatrick Townsend
Atlanta, GA
Corporate Citizenship Manager

TJX Companies
Framingham, MA
Senior Manager, Inclusion and Diversity


Member Companies in the News

OneTen, a coalition of leading executives who are coming together to upskill, hire, and advance one million Black Americans over the next 10 years into family-AvalonBay Communities, Inc. announced a partnership with the National Urban League and new company goals to increase diversity in leadership by 2025. AvalonBay will make a $150,000 commitment in 2021 to the National Urban League, a historic civil rights organization dedicated to economic empowerment, equality, and social justice. AvalonBay also set goals to increase the diversity of its leadership team, and will seek to meet these goals not by quotas or mandatory preferences, but by broadening recruiting methods and recruiting sources, by training ourselves to understand and address everyday biases, and by continuing to develop a diverse group of qualified associates for potential promotion to leadership.

The Walt Disney Company announced a new set of environmental goals for 2030 focused on five main areas: Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Water, Waste, Materials, and Sustainable Design. The 2030 environmental goals outlined in the report include achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions for direct operations; purchasing or producing 100% zero carbon electricity for all direct operations; serving 100% environmentally responsible seafood at U.S. parks and resorts; among others. The company says its approach to environmental sustainability is grounded in science and an assessment of where the Company’s operations have the most significant impact on the environment, as well as the areas where it can most effectively mitigate that impact.

Wells Fargo launched its holiday campaign, “Many hearts. One community.” Beneficiaries include the American Red Cross, Feeding America, and small businesses in appreciation for being at the heart of communities. During the month of December, Wells Fargo will donate $5 to the American Red Cross for every post using the hashtag #WFGivesThanks—up to $1 million—and will deploy approximately $50 million through its Open for Business Fund to support small businesses. 

Members on the Move

A very happy 10th Member Anniversary to longtime members, Edelman, The Hartford, and Hilton Worldwide!

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