The Shortlist: Target, Hershey, Takeda, and more

Timberland announced their partnership with The Savory Institute to help build a regenerative leather supply for the fashion industry, and Director of Sustainability Colleen Vien discussed how these efforts will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions created by their brand. 3BL Media >>

Levi Strauss & Co., MAC, CarMax, Macy's, Denny's, Planet Fitness, Mastercard, New York Life, Anheuser-Busch, Walgreens, Activision Blizzard, Subaru, Canon USA, L.L. Bean, and Taco Bell were all honored for their corporate social initiatives during last week's Engage for Good Halo Awards. Engage For Good >>

Jeff King, Senior Director of Global Sustainability and Social Impact at The Hershey Company, discussed how they're doubling down on their commitment to an ethical cocoa supply chain. CSRwire >>

Rockwell Automation announced the launch of their annual Corporate Responsibility Report and Majo Thurman, Director of EHS, shared how they will use this report to create an evolving approach to CSR that will help them continue to impact their communities over the years. Business Wire >>

Justin Clay was recently promoted to Vice President of Communications and External Affairs at NCR Corporation. LinkedIn >>

Abby Davisson is now the Head of the Gap Foundation. LinkedIn >>

Shaheen Hasan was recently brought on as Senior Manager of the Target Foundation. LinkedIn >>

Herbalife Nutrition is hiring a Senior Manager of Strategic Partnerships and CSR to build and expand CSR key metrics and initiatives while increasing their global brand reputation, awareness, credibility, and authority. (Los Angeles, CA) LinkedIn >>

Takeda needs a Global Head of Environment and Sustainability to develop and implement their environmental sustainability strategy across the company and launch environmental programs and initiatives. (Boston, MA) Takeda Jobs >>

Want to see more stories like this? Subscribe to the CSR Board Shortlist, our weekly email newsletter about corporate social responsibility leaders at the world’s biggest companies.