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Brand & Reputation Management Committee - Launching Summer 2014

Co-Chair(s): Barry Coburn, Coburn & Greenbaum; Maureen Kline, Pirelli Tires North America

Member(s): Kristina Kloberdanz, IBM

If you are interested in serving on this committee, please contact Allie Williams.

 

Diversity & Inclusion Committee - Launching May 2014

The association values and seeks diverse and inclusive participation within the field of Corporate Responsibility. The CROA promotes the practice of sustainable and responsible organizational behavior as good for both society and driving organizational results regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, appearance, geographic location, or professional level. 

Co-Chair(s): Jessica McGlyn; WBCSD U.S., Inc. (a subsidiary of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development) and  – WBCSD) and Natasha A. Harrison; CommunityBuild Ventures.

Members:
Art Stewart, Maine Pointe; Carol D. Rieg, Bentley Systems, Inc.; Cyndi DiCastelnuovo, TD Bank Group; Jenny Kuenster, Nixon Peabody LLP; Kim Vu, TE Connectivity and Nancy Mancilla, ISOS Group LLC

If you are interested in serving on this committee, please contact Allie Williams.
 

Ratings & Rankings Methodology Committee

For a decade, CR Magazine's 100 Best Corporate Citizens List has been the leading ranking of corporate citizenship performance by Russell 1000 companies based 100% on publicly-available information.  The Methodology Committee is tasked with continuing to evolve this ranking and others related to CR to be the most-reflective of current measures, standards and practices, which in turn drives evolution of Corporate Responsibility behaviors within leading companies.  The Corporate Citizenship Committee shall be presided over by a Governor appointed the CROA Chairperson and consist of at least two additional CROA members.

Recent work products include:

 

Chairs: Mike Wallace, BrownFlynn 

Members: Bahar Gidwani, CSRHub; Daniel Aronson, Valutus; Gayle McDonnell    Accenture, Glen Yelton, IW Financial; Gretchen Korf, UnitedHealth Group, Jason Walters, Gap Inc.; Joanne Dwyer, CVS Caremark, Kelly Eisenhardt, BlueCircle Advisors; Kim Bach Vu, TE Connectivity; Kristina Kloberdanz, IBM; Linda L Qian, Intel Corporation; Maureen B. Smith, UnitedHealth Group; Michelle Yates, Adobe; Niki King, Campbell Soup Company; Pete Sherrard, Duke Energy Corp.; Rachel Guthrie, TD Bank Group; Rey Bouknight, MGM Resorts International; and Shaun Mickus, Johnson & Johnson.


Professional Development Committee

This Committee will be tasked with clearly establishing the corporate responsibility profession and the components necessary to set it up as a broadly recognized profession.  The committee will review the range of components that define other professions, determine which best lend themselves to establishing the role of the corporate responsibility professional and create a roadmap for implementation of those components.   

The committee will identify which, if any, other organizations have similar initiatives and strive for cooperation and, where possible, consolidation of efforts.  The components of a profession may include such things as a) defining a code of conduct, b) developing and publishing a “job description” for the Corporate Responsibility Officer, c) defining a certification program, d) a related curriculum, and/or e) development of a communications process for informing members and prospective applicants.  The Committee shall be presided over by a Governor appointed by the CROA Chairperson and consist of at least two additional CROA members.   

Recent work products include:

Chair:  Bart Alexander, Alexander & Associates LLC

Members:  Art Stewart, Maine Pointe LLC; Cora Lee Mooney, BrownFlynn; Doris Gonzalez, IBM; Gregg Anderson, Crowe Horwath; and Ruth Edwards, CSR Hub, LLC.
 

Ratings & Rankings Methodology Committee

For a decade, CR Magazine's 100 Best Corporate Citizens List has been the leading ranking of corporate citizenship performance by Russell 1000 companies based 100% on publicly-available information.  The Methodology Committee is tasked with continuing to evolve this ranking and others related to CR to be the most-reflective of current measures, standards and practices, which in turn drives evolution of Corporate Responsibility behaviors within leading companies.  The Corporate Citizenship Committee shall be presided over by a Governor appointed the CROA Chairperson and consist of at least two additional CROA members.

Recent work products include:

 
ResponsibilityWorks Sustainable Value Chain Steering Committee

Launched June 2010, the ResponsibilityWorks roundtable convened leaders of companies, government agencies, nonprofits, and academia committed to improving transparency and sustainability in the government supply chain.  The mission is to foster and evolve corporate responsibility practices, measures, and disclosure in the government contractor community.  Through a vibrant community of practice, cross-sector leaders will collectively produce models, measurements, and recommendations to drive transparency and accountability over the next quarter century.  

Steering Committee Members:  Cisco - Alan Balutis; Defense Acquisition University - Lenn Vincent; Federal Aviation Administration - Steve Cooper & Robert Tobin; Fluor - Douglas Larsen; George Washington University - Kathy Newcomer; Government Accountability Office - Bernice Steinhardt; HP - Judy Douglas & Kiersten Regelin; Hudson River Valley Institute - Vince Tamagna; IBM - Charles Prow & Dan Chenok; KBI Industries - Vince Tamagna; The MITRE Corporation (FFRDC) - Karen See; National Academy for Public Administration - Lena Trudeau; Phalanx Group - James Lay; STR Responsible Sourcing - Emily Brennan & Sol Milius; T3 TigerTech - Donald Zacherl; Unison Advisory Group - Lynne Kaye  

The Board of Governors has approved the above  committees, charters, chairs, and members. 
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