Director, Executive Education & Advisory Products, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
Stewart Rassier is the Director of Executive Education at the Center; he has more than 11 years of corporate citizenship education, communications, and advisory experience working with leading companies across the globe. Stewart has designed and implemented workshops, sustainability strategies, policies, programs, and performance management systems that connect corporate responsibility to the business, reduce cost, engage stakeholders, and produce impact.
Prior to the Center, Stewart was the regional head of North America at AccountAbility, a sustainability advisory, research, and standards organization, and was a director at Saatchi & Saatchi Sustainability, a sustainability strategy consultancy. Stewart has worked with leading companies across the globe including Disney, Walmart, Fidelity, McDonald’s, ING, Hess, Accenture, Saudi Aramco, Vestas Wind Systems, Alston + Bird, WellPoint, Kellogg’s and Frito Lay.
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. – Continental Breakfast and Networking
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Program
Stewart Rassier, Director of Executive Education, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
You’ll hear insights from the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship’s research on “The State of Corporate Citizenship 2017,” a unique research report that reveals what’s top of mind with executives and why the current global environment supports corporate citizenship efforts now more than ever before.
Stewart Rassier will share highlights from the report including:
- Corporate citizenship helps companies successfully achieve strategic goals, particularly when they invest in programs for at least four years.
- Companies are almost twice as likely to report success enhancing corporate reputation and reducing employee turnover when they integrate corporate citizenship objectives into overall business strategy.
- Programs to increase diversity and inclusion, and reporting on social and environmental performance are among the topics that have increased most in importance to executive respondents.
- Nearly 50% of executives reported that the Paris Agreement led to increased efforts to cut GHG emissions.
This complimentary event is a great opportunity to learn where your company stands in today’s environment, and to discuss how you can achieve even more with your most strategic corporate citizenship programs.
Made possible by
- Laura Freveletti, Senior Program Office, The Allstate Foundation, BCCCC Corporate Roundtable,
- Bridget Burke, Director of Public Affairs, Health Care Service Corporation., BCCCC Corporate Roundtable, and
- Colleen Olphert, Director of Membership and Member Services, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
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