Empowering women across the workforce

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Featured this week: Jennifer S. Tribush and Jeanet Ladino-Otero, State Street; Brian Miller, Adobe; Dionne Wallace Oakley, Freddie Mac; Leslie Patterson, EY; Brian Gingrich, USAA; Gina Coleman, PNC Bank; Terry Pierce, Fidelity Investments; Helena Haynes-Carter, KeyCorp; Apple; AvalonBay; Crowe; Desert Financial Credit Union, Kyndryl; Lam Research; Loomis Sayles; Moody’s; Onsemi; Palo Alto Networks; Prudential; RGA Reinsurance Company; Tanger Outlets; TELUS; Verizon; Western Digital; Zendesk; Bank of America; General Motors; Mastercard; PTC; Charles Schwab; Novant Health; Qurate Retail Group

The member community convened by the 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!

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WAR IN UKRAINE: We are updating the blog post How Companies Are Responding to the War in Ukraine: A Roundup with the latest responses from our member companies.

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

Spotlight on You

Jennifer S. Tribush and Jeanet Ladino-Otero of State Street were featured by the company as global co-chairs of its Professional Women’s Network. "We have learned from the pandemic that the needs of our workforce have evolved over the past two years and the PWN is no different. Virtual work environments allow for even better cross-regional collaboration," says Tribush, who is senior vice president and global head of alternatives product solutions. "We are working on creating an International Women’s Day signature event that will be recognized globally. This will include executives from our organization and we hope to eventually expand and include other organizations," says Ladino-Otero, vice president, who has also led initiatives with State Street’s Latin American Professionals Group.

Several BCCCC members were featured by Willard Powell on LinkedIn among 20 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Executives Making Strides in 2022. Featured on the list were:

  • Gina Coleman, Chief Diversity Officer, PNC Bank
  • Brian Gingrich, Vice President Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, USAA
  • Helena Haynes-Carter, Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, KeyCorp
  • Brian Miller, Chief Talent, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Adobe
  • Leslie Patterson, EY Americas and U.S. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness Leader, EY
  • Terry Pierce, Director Diversity and Inclusion, Fidelity Investments
  • Dionne Wallace Oakley, Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Diversity Officer, Freddie Mac

Member Job Postings

Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), CA
Community Investment Grants Manager

AvalonBay Communities
Arlington, VA
Diversity Recruiting Director

Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
Chestnut Hill, MA
Assistant Director, Member Recruitment
Fiscal Specialist

Various Locations
ESG Internal Audit Manager

Desert Financial Credit Union (JUST ADDED!)
Phoenix, AZ
Community Development Events Program Manager

Multiple Locations
Various CSR Roles

Lam Research Corporation
Oregon / Remote
Senior Manager, ESG

Loomis Sayles
Boston, MA
Community Investments Manager

Various Locations
Manager, Volunteer Programs
Assistant Vice President - Corporate Social Responsibility, Asia Pacific

Phoenix, AZ / Remote
Senior Director, Sustainability, Environmental Social and Governance
Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility

Palo Alto Networks (JUST ADDED!)
Santa Clara, CA
Social Impact Program Manager

Various Locations
Communications Director
Director, Portfolio Management (Inclusive Solutions)
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Metric Reporting Manager
Project Director, Work and Wealth

RGA Reinsurance Company
Chesterfield, MO
ESG Specialist – Charitable Giving
ESG Specialist – Sustainability

Tanger Outlets
Fully Remote or Hybrid
Director, Energy & Sustainability

Various Locations
Manager, Community Investment

Basking Ridge, NJ
Social Innovation Manager- Climate Equity

Western Digital
San Jose, CA
Corporate Sustainability Analyst

United States (Remote)
Sustainability Director

Member Companies in the News

COMPANIES TAKE ACTION ON UKRAINE: We are updating the blog post How Companies Are Responding to the War in Ukraine: A Roundup with the latest responses from our member companies. Here’s more of the latest member news:

Bank of America announced an expansion of the Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell, in recognition of Women’s History Month. Due to the program’s success, Bank of America will add 50,000 seats—bringing the total enrollment of small business owners to 100,000—enabling women entrepreneurs, specifically women entrepreneurs of color, to gain critical business acumen to drive their businesses forward. This expansion is just one way the company is delivering on its commitment to advance racial equality and economic opportunity.

EY has announced a fully accredited Masters in Sustainability dedicated exclusively to the company’s 312,000 employees, in association with Hult International Business School. The new qualification is being launched alongside a recent survey of EY people across the globe that found nearly three-quarters (74%) want to participate in activities that have a positive impact on communities and the environment. All learning will be provided entirely online and candidates will be able to study from anywhere in the world, at a pace that works for them.

Fidelity Investments was featured in Fortune's CFO Daily newsletter for its new 2022 Money Moves Study. To mark the start of Women’s History Month and celebrate financial wins, the study reveals that women aged 18-35 now start investing nearly one decade earlier than women over 36. The findings further outline three saving and investing behaviors that stand out among younger women, ages 18-35 years old, as this next generation makes strides in breaking down financial boundaries.

General Motors has provided an additional $210,000 in funding for the Moving Flint Forward grant program. Organized by the Flint & Genesee Economic Alliance, the joint grant program is now in its third round, which will provide 15 grants of up to $10,000 to small businesses in Flint during this grant cycle. To qualify, businesses must operate within the city of Flint, have 20 or fewer employees, and not have a franchise business or be a recipient of other Moving Flint Forward grants. Priority will be given to diverse-owned businesses.

Members on the Move

This week, we proudly welcome new members Mastercard and PTC! Learn more about joining them, along with more than 10,000 professionals in the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship member community: Member Benefits

Members from Charles Schwab, Novant Health, Qurate Retail Group, and more registered this week to attend the International Corporate Citizenship Conference 2022—taking place virtually NEXT WEEK on March 15-17, and in-person in Boston on April 24-25. You can join them—virtually, in-person, or both—to learn and network with hundreds of professionals in the CSR field: There’s still time to register.