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ContributorsLeela StakeLeela is a director who helps businesses innovate, collaborate and communicate to be more successful. She’s based in San Francisco, has worked in six Asian countries and is interested in the relationship between long-term business success and community prosperity.Laura PalantoneLaura is a member of our corporate communications team and is based in New York.James RobinsonJames is a director who brings ten years of experience working on CR strategy and communications in New York, Beijing, and Jakarta. He looks at how CR is employed as part of broader business strategy and has a particular interest in the evolving role of technology and innovation in managing social and environmental issues.Julie JackA director in APCO's New York office, Julie works on corporate responsibility with a focus on business strategy and emerging issues and trends. Her currents interests and work focus on sustainable agriculture and supply chain management, the integration of CR and financial communications, and CR in the consumer goods space.Ellen MignoniEllen is a senior director and helped build APCO’s global corporate responsibility practice. She works primarily with APCO’s corporate clients on business alignment and corporate responsibility, stakeholder engagement and partnership development, and communication and outreach.
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Tag Archives: BCCCC
Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) published the 2012 State of Corporate Citizenship Report last month. As always, there’s some illuminating information on the current environment and some interesting projections for where the field is going in the future.
Posted on Monday, January 28th, 2013 By Tara Greco
Kirk Stewart, Tara Greco and I were part of the record-breaking crowd that attended the annual Boston College Corporate Citizenship Conference held in Phoenix last week. Here are the key ideas panelists and participants were buzzing about: The lines between risk management, issues management, brand management and corporate responsibility continue to blur. More and more, [...]
Posted on Thursday, April 5th, 2012 By Leela Stake
Sunday kicks off the first day of Boston College’s Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) 2011 International Conference. A team from APCO, including me, will be attending the conference in Minneapolis, Minn., from April 10-12, and we look forward to seeing hundreds of professionals from many of the largest domestic and international corporations. This highly anticipated conference provides a unique opportunity for diverse participants to learn, share, lead and grow as key influencers in the corporate citizenship space.
Posted on Friday, April 8th, 2011 By Tara Greco