The Shortlist: Cisco, Skechers, Procter & Gamble, and more

The CSR Board welcomed new founding members Cisco and Beam Suntory into the community last week! Their memberships will by led by SVP of Corporate Affairs, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Sustainability Tae Yoo and SVP of Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Clarkson Hine, respectively. CSR Board Members >>

Skechers President Michael Greenberg and Petco Foundation President Susanne Kogut shared details of their multi-year partnership to help save animal lives and improve pet health. Business Wire >>

Ecolab partnered with the Project WET Foundation to develop the world's leading water education website for children — including a complete translation in Mandarin to increase global accessibility. Project Wet >>

Procter & Gamble Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard discussed their recent partnership with Global Citizen to develop a docu-series on poverty, inequality, and sustainability — plus how the initiative can help make a difference. Ad Age >>

Michele Beyer was recently promoted to Manager of Social Innovation and Global Community Impact at Johnson & Johnson. LinkedIn >>

AEG is hiring a Manager of Environmental Sustainability Programs and Initiatives to implement, manage, and improve their environmental sustainability program and document its policies and procedures. (Los Angeles, CA) AEG Worldwide Careers >>

WeWork is looking for a Senior Manager of Public Policy and Social Impact for Veterans Initiatives to lead their WeWork Veterans in Residence program and position them as a global policy and thought leader. (New York, NY) WeWork Careers >>

Levi Strauss & Co. needs a Senior Manager of Global Ethics and Compliance to manage and develop their global compliance program and support the continued enhancement of an ethical corporate culture. (San Francisco, CA) Levi Strauss & Co. Jobs >>

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