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Advisory Board on ESG Reporting

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What is the Advisory Board on ESG Reporting?

As an experienced sustainability professional, you already know solid ESG reporting is essential. But that doesn’t make it any easier to execute. You and your peers are ranked and rated on standards that are still evolving. That's why BCCCC assembled the Advisory Board on ESG Reporting...

This advisory board, comprised of sustainability, social impact, and ESG reporting veterans like you, form a supportive community of practice that takes an active, engaged approach to both informing and getting counsel on questions like:


  • How might we influence the reporting standards to harmonize the indicators they emphasize? 
  • How do we ensure that ESG reporting is used as a management and performance improvement tool that gets us closer to meaningful goals?
  • What are the benefits of adopting various reporting standards or frameworks? 
  • What is coming down the pike in terms of regulation?  How might we prepare?
  • Where should we advocate positions on reporting standards or requirements? 

If you’re working on all or part of your company’s ESG reporting, this is an opportunity you won’t want to miss. 

What can you do as an ESG Advisory Board Member?

Stay abreast of pertinent frameworks/models, unpack material issues, explore global trends in reporting requirements, and more... Learn More


What Do Board Members Do?

Each year the board will work as a group to set the advisory agenda to be explored.  Advisory Board members will have the opportunity to present their own work and to recommend guest topics and/or speakers.  Members will help to shape one or more advisory bulletin publications focused on emerging themes and best practices in ESG reporting.  Advisory board members are invited (but not required) to be named co-authors of the advisory bulletin publications. 

Meet the Members of the Advisory Board on ESG Reporting

Board Chair

Board Chair

Francis Hyatt

Executive Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer, Liberty Mutual Insurance

NOW ACTIVELY RECRUITING!Interested in joining this board? Let us know.

List updated as of December 2023

Barjouth AguilarHead of Global Sustainability Program & Foundation Officer


Xiaoyan AndersonESG Specialist

The Allstate Corporation

Daniel AntonuccioVP ESG Research & Measurement

Liberty Mutual Insurance Company

Matt BlakelyVice President, Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability

RGA Reinsurance Company

Melanie ChernoffDirector of ESG Reporting & Risk


Dorothea DuenowSenior Manager, Global ESG Program

UL Solutions

Theresa DuganCorporate Responsibility Program Analyst


Esra ElshafeyAssociate Manager, Global Corporate Citizenship & Philanthropy

Pitney Bowes

Jenna Feldman Director, Corporate Citizenship

OpenText Corporation

Katie FlemingDirector of Sustainability & ESG

Black Hills Energy

Maria GardunaSustainability and Climate Manager

Black Hills Energy

Witt HarlinSustainability Strategy and Reporting Senior Advisor


Alec HaveySenior Associate, Global ESG Reporting


Logan HutchinsonESG Reporting and Sustainability Disclosure Lead

ATB Financial

Francis HyattExecutive Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer

Liberty Mutual Insurance

Niki KingVice President, Head of Sustainability

The Clorox Company

Renee LeeSr. Program Manager ESG Stakeholder Engagement & Impact


Jill MagruderESG Senior Advisor


Julie Millard Vice President, Corporate Citizenship

OpenText Corporation

Afiba NyamekyeDirector, Data & Innovation

ATB Financial

Suzanne QuigleyDirector, Global Corporate Responisbility

QVC Inc.

Stephanie ReganDirector, Corporate Citizenship

AAON, Inc.

Kristin TalaricoSr. Project Manager, Diversity & Community Development

Erie Insurance

Amy WendelSenior Director, Head of Corporate Responsibility & ESG



Download the 2023 Bulletin


This report highlights lessons from the ESG Reporting Advisory Board hosted by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship. Click on the cover image or the link below to download this report. 


Who Can Join?

Participants should have a level of decision-making responsibility for their company’s ESG reporting. The primary member can bring a colleague of any level to participate. BCCCC membership required.

What can you do as an ESG Advisory Board Member?

Stay abreast of pertinent frameworks/models, unpack material issues, explore global trends in reporting requirements, and more... Learn More