Diversity and inclusion metrics, accountability for progress

diversity and inclusion metrics and accountability
Featured this week: Beth Spurgeon, Shannon Schuyler, and Kimberlee Washington Barr, PwC; AvalonBay; CBRE; Crowe; Desert Financial Credit Union, Kyndryl; Lam Research; Loomis Sayles; Moody’s; Nestlé USA; Onsemi; Palo Alto Networks; Paylocity; Prudential; RGA Reinsurance Company; Tanger Outlets; Verizon; Western Digital; Zendesk; Apple; Machias Savings Bank; U.S. Bank; Booz Allen Hamilton; MerchSource LLC; TripAdvisor
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!

Members: Would you like your company to be featured in future posts? Fill out this Member News Form.

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

Beth Spurgeon has been appointed director, ESG, at PwC. "I’ve long admired the firm’s internal Purpose and Inclusion team, and am excited to have found my purpose with it, said Spurgeon. "A sincere thank you to Shannon Schuyler, Kimberlee Washington Barr, and the entire team for the opportunity to go on this journey with you!"

Member Job Postings

AvalonBay Communities
Arlington, VA
Diversity Recruiting Director

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

Corporate Responsibility Analyst

Various Locations
ESG Internal Audit Manager

Desert Financial Credit Union
Phoenix, AZ
Community Development Events Program Manager

Multiple Locations
Various CSR Roles

Lam Research Corporation
Oregon / Remote
Senior Manager, ESG

McPherson Strategies (JUST ADDED!)
Remote USA
Account Supervisor

Various Locations
Manager, Volunteer Programs

Morgan Stanley
New York, NY
Community Affairs Operations Associate
Community Affairs Engagement Associate

Nestlé USA 
Arlington, VA
Sr. Manager, Community Affairs

Phoenix, AZ / Remote
Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility

Palo Alto Networks
Santa Clara, CA
Social Impact Program Manager

Paylocity (JUST ADDED!)
Schaumburg, IL
Corporate Citizenship and ESG Specialist

Various Locations
Communications Director

RGA Reinsurance Company
Chesterfield, MO
ESG Specialist – Sustainability

Tanger Outlets
Fully Remote or Hybrid
Director, Energy & Sustainability

Basking Ridge, NJ
Social Innovation Manager- Climate Equity

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:

Apple released its latest Inclusion and Diversity report, revealing that 59% of open U.S. leadership roles were filled by people from underrepresented communities in the past year, and 47% were filled by women. The data also showed overall growth in the number of women and underrepresented employees hired globally.

Machias Savings Bank announced the recipients of the first round of grants in its year-round “YES!” Grant program, designed to support nonprofits and charitable organizations across the state that are helping to move Maine forward. Over the course of 2022, the “YES!” Grant will distribute $100,000 across five organizations that refuse to take ”no” as an answer to helping others succeed: Women for Healthy Rural Living, Downeast Salmon Federation, Francis Malcolm Science Center, Aroostook County Action Program (ACAP), and Cobscook Institute.

U.S. Bank research finds that women are taking a more active role in managing their finances and overall financial strength has increased for all generations and genders. While the March 2020 study showed that women were less confident and less engaged with managing money than men, generally started investing later than men and tended to associate negative emotions with financial planning, the most recent survey shows that many of these gaps are shrinking. Additionally, the study demonstrates that this new generational of female investors is comprised of women who have more money saved than any other generation of women, are overwhelmingly in charge of many financial decisions, and associate financial planning with feelings of confidence, competitiveness and joy.

Members on the Move

Members from Booz Allen Hamilton, MerchSource LLC, TripAdvisor, and more registered this week to attend the IN-PERSON International Corporate Citizenship Conference 2022 taking place in Boston on April 24-25. You can join them to learn and network with hundreds of professionals in the CSR field: There’s still time to register.