The Shortlist: Amazon, Fifth Third, Kate Spade, and more

Caesars Entertainment Vice President of Social Impact and Inclusion and Chief Sustainability Officer Gwen Migita discussed how their corporate responsibility strategy helped them win a better partnership deal with the NFL. Yahoo Finance >>

Emma Inman, Director of External Communications and Community Relations at Food Lion, shared the details of their #FastBreakBracket social media competition where the championship food bank will receive a 50,000 meal donation from Food Lion Feeds. Business Wire >>

Keira Lombardo, Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Compliance for Smithfield Foods and President of the Smithfield Foundation, talked about their $50,000 donation to the Foundation for Meat and Poultry Research and Education and how collaborating with the Foundation helps further their mission. CSRwire >>

Fifth Third Bank announced they've delivered $20.3 billion of their Community Commitment plan to directly benefit their communities and support their philanthropy and financial empowerment initiatives. Benzinga >>

Cope Willis recently joined Harsco Corporation as VP of Sustainability and Environmental Solutions. LinkedIn >>

Amalia Kontesi was recently promoted to Vice President of Corporate Communications and Corporate Responsibility at JPMorgan Chase. LinkedIn >>

Taryn Bird was promoted as Kate Spade's new Director of Social Impact. LinkedIn >>

PVH is looking for a Manager of Environmental Sustainability and Product Stewardship to drive, implement, and track progress on projects aimed at advancing their key environmental sustainability commitments. PVH Careers >>

Amazon is hiring a Senior Program Manager for Social Responsibility to improve and drive their programs and processes that drive sustainability and social responsibility issues across their global ecosystem. Amazon Jobs >>

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