Movers, Shakers & Impact Makers: Supporting the LGBTQ+ community with Pride


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: Mandell Crawley, Morgan Stanley; Adobe; Aramark; Carrier; ESPN; JP Morgan Chase; Loomis, Sayles & Company; TransUnion; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts; Cigna; National Grid; Target; Kelli Palmer, CFA Institute; Todd Bowers, Wayfair; Dewey Norwood, Wells Fargo; Mike Rizer, Ally Financial

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


Spotlight on You

Morgan Stanley's Chief Human Resources Officer Mandell Crawley’s career story was featured on the company's LinkedIn page, which started with an internship 27 years ago. "I was working in an environment where no one looked the way I looked, but the level of emotional intelligence, warmth, and inclusiveness played a huge role in my ability to operate in an industry like ours with confidence," said Crawley in a video. "My story is not unique—there are plenty of colleagues here who have not come from privilege but have gone on to serve in roles of great influence across the business."

Job Postings

Adobe (Just added!)
San Francisco, CA
Sustainability and Social Impact Lead

Philadelphia, PA
Manager, Enterprise Sustainability – Climate
Manager, Enterprise Sustainability – ESG Reporting

Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (Just added!)
Chestnut Hill, MA
Manager, Digital Communications

Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Senior Manager, Carrier Foundation

Bristol, CT
Senior Manager, Grants Administration

JPMorgan Chase (Just added!)
Washington D.C.
Corporate Responsibility- Grants Associate

JPMorgan Chase (Just added!)
San Fransisco, CA
Corporate Responsibility, Global Philanthropy- Senior Program Associate

Loomis, Sayles & Company
Boston, MA
Community Investments Manager

Chicago, IL
Senior Consultant, Social Impact Communications

Member Companies in the News

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts has unveiled 100 Bluebikes wrapped in a rainbow pride-themed design in celebration of Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of Boston Pride. As part of the month-long initiative and to reflect its continued support of LGBTQ+ pride, Blue Cross will donate $1 for every ride taken on pride-themed Bluebikes through the month of June to Fenway Health in Boston.

Cigna is donating $250,000 to Wake Forest School of Medicine to establish an endowed scholarship intended to help support diversity and inclusion among students embarking on a career in medicine. The scholarship aligns with Cigna’s Building Equity & Equality Program, established to accelerate the company's work to improve diversity, inclusion equity and equality for communities of color.

National Grid will honor Juneteenth as a company holiday for all U.S. employees starting this June. “Combatting systemic racism and standing with our Black colleagues and communities in solidarity have always been part of National Grid’s commitment to inclusion, equity, and diversity,” said Natalie Edwards, Chief Diversity Officer of National Grid. “Declaring Juneteenth a company holiday is a symbol of our dedication to honoring Black Americans who have suffered the impacts of racism throughout US history.”

Target is making a $100,000 donation to GLSEN, supporting its mission to create affirming, accessible, and antiracist spaces for LGBTQIA+ students in celebration of Pride Month—marking nearly $2 million in donations over its 10-year partnership. Target also continues to support local, regional, and national LGBTQIA+ organizations throughout the year including the Human Rights Campaign and Out & Equal with donations and volunteer hours from its team members. Also the Pride+ Business Council, Target’s team member resource group, creates opportunities for team members including virtual events and experiences, and resources for education and allyship.

Members on the Move

In this week’s webinar, “Linking Corporate Citizenship with Inclusion & Diversity,” Kelli Palmer of CFA Institute moderated a fruitful discussion with Todd Bowers of Wayfair, Dewey Norwood of Wells Fargo, and Mike Rizer of Ally Financial. View the Event Calendar to register for upcoming chances to learn and connect with the BCCCC member community.