Corporate giving that supports equity for all

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Featured this week: Madison Luther, Deloitte; Chelsea Racelis, Cisco; EY; Joan Christel, State Street; Gary Levante, Berkshire Bank; Melissa MacDonnell, Liberty Mutual; Ebony Thomas, Bank of America; Crowe; Erie Insurance; Fannie Mae; Kyndryl; Onsemi; Prudential; Regeneron; Tanger Outlets; Vanguard; National Grid; Point32Health; PSEG; Qurate Retail Group; Wells Fargo; Edgewell Personal Care;  CSC Serviceworks

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

Madison Luther is starting a new position as an audit and assurance senior on the Sustainability and ESG Services team at Deloitte. "After spending 4.5 years on our internal Office Experience team, I'm excited to begin a new chapter in my sustainability career," announced Luther on LinkedIn.

Chelsea Racelis has joined Cisco as inclusion and collaboration development specialist, supporting Cisco’s work to power an inclusive future for all by equipping leaders in the organization to foster a culture of belonging. "I can’t wait to dive deeper into work that is aligned with my purpose," said Racelis on LinkedIn. "For anyone in the DEI/social justice space—I’d love to hear your words of wisdom or advice!" Racelis joins Cisco from EY.

The International Corporate Citizenship Conference 2022 was featured in Boston College's Carroll School News, in an article titled Bolder and Better, featuring comments made by BCCCC members from the stage at the Boston event in April:

  • Joan Christel, Senior Vice President – Head of Corporate Citizenship and Global Inclusion, State Street
  • Gary Levante, Senior Vice President, Corporate Responsibility and Culture, Berkshire Bank
  • Melissa MacDonnell, President, Liberty Mutual Foundation, and Vice President, Community Investments, Liberty Mutual
  • Ebony Thomas, Senior Vice President, ESG, and Racial Equality and Economic Opportunity Executive, Bank of America


Member Job Postings

Various Locations
ESG Internal Audit Manager

Erie Insurance
Erie, PA
Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Fannie Mae (JUST ADDED!)
Washington, DC / remote work optional
ESG Reporting Senior Associate

New York, NY
ESG Business Development Project Manager

Phoenix, AZ or Remote
Energy and Sustainability, Senior Manager

Various Locations
Director, Sustainability, External Affairs

Regeneron (JUST ADDED!)
Tarrytown, NY
Associate Director, Corporate Responsibility - ESG Reporting and Engagement

Tanger Outlets
Fully Remote or Hybrid
Director, Energy & Sustainability

Vanguard (JUST ADDED!)
Malvern, PA / hybrid
Program Officer, Community Stewardship



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:

National Grid announced the launch of a scholarship program aimed at increasing diversity in engineering across Massachusetts and New York. The company will select six candidates for the 2022-2023 academic year to each receive a $10,000 scholarship and a paid summer internship in National Grid's Massachusetts or New York business. Scholarship and internship recipients who continue to meet the program's criteria may continue receiving these benefits for up to four years.

Point32Health has released its first-ever Corporate Citizenship Report: Creating a Shared Future. The report highlights stories covering philanthropic grants, community engagement, volunteering, how the company supports colleagues in their giving, and taking the lead on issues that matter to its communities, members and colleagues. It features business practices focusing on equity and inclusion; products and services addressing health disparities; and relevant and responsive community engagement.

The PSEG Foundation has launched its 2022 request for proposals for the Neighborhood Partners Program, which awards grants ranging from $500 to $15,000. Applications from eligible nonprofit organizations will be evaluated and grants awarded based on demonstrated program effectiveness, depth, breadth, and overall alignment with the PSEG Foundation strategic pillars, which are environmental sustainability, social justice and equity, and economic empowerment. The PSEG Foundation funds grants to more than 200 nonprofit organizations that have an impact in communities in New Jersey and Long Island, NY.

Qurate Retail Group is celebrating the two-year anniversary of its Small Business Spotlight, which gives entrepreneurs from underrepresented groups national exposure on QVC®, HSN® and Zulily®. Since its launch in May 2020, Small Business Spotlight has provided over $7 million in donated airtime, digital support and other pro-bono, in-kind services to more than 200 featured entrepreneurs. On average, these entrepreneurs experienced a 78% increase in web traffic, a 41% increase in number of customers, and a 26% increase in email subscribers.

The Wells Fargo Foundation has awarded $1.3 million in grants to Rebuilding Together to provide critical home repairs to nearly 100 homes in 45 communities across the U.S. As part of the Wells Fargo Builds program, residents in need will receive essential home repairs at no cost. Additionally, to kick‑off this year’s nationwide effort during National Homeownership Month, approximately 80 volunteers from Wells Fargo, Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, and the community came out to repair eight homes on the 3300 block of Kip Street in North Philadelphia.


Members on the Move

Welcome to new member, Edgewell Personal Care! They will join more than 10,000 professionals in the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship member community. This month are also celebrating CSC Serviceworks and PSEG’s 5-year member anniversaries. Congratulations and thank you for your continued engagement with BCCCC!

Learn more about joining these members, along with more than 500 companies we serve each year in the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship member community: Member Benefits.