The Shortlist: Subaru, TD, IBM, and more

Schneider Electric was recently recognized at Davos for their sustainability efforts, including their ranking as one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations by Corporate Knights and as a member of the Carbon Disclosure Project "A-List" for nine years in a row. Schneider Electric Blog >>

Subaru Vice President of Marketing Alan Bethke announced their mission to unite pets with loving homes by hosting adoption events at their 2020 Auto Show in partnership with local shelters. CSRwire >>

Cisco, Autodesk, Hewlett-Packard, American Water, Dassault Systems, H&M, Sanofi, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Bombardier, Unilever, McCormick & Company, Prologis, Sims Metal Management, Danaher, HP, Alphabet, Comerica, Tesla, Workday, Merck, Intel, Analog Devices, Panasonic, Toyota, Campbell Soup Company, Lenovo, and L'Oreal were all named to Corporate Knights' 2020 Global 100 ranking of the world's most sustainable corporations. Corporate Knights >>

Zurich North America named Ben Harper as their new Head of Corporate Sustainability, where he will be responsible for advancing their sustainability priorities of workforce in transition, climate resilience, and confidence in a digital society. Insurance Journal >>

Terrica Bailey is now Director of Communications and Partnerships at RaceTrac. LinkedIn >>

Heather Ward was recently promoted to Head of Partnership and Engagement on TD's Social Impact Team. LinkedIn >>

IBM is hiring a Corporate Social Responsibility Lead to oversee and manage the planning and execution of their CSR initiatives across the Northeast and scale their social impact efforts. (Cambridge, MA) IBM Jobs >>

Ally needs a Corporate Citizenship Manager to create and execute strategies for their financial literacy program and corporate giving initiatives. (Detroit, MI or Charlotte, NC) Ally Jobs >>

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