Executive Director, CRA
This is a very exciting time of year for CR practitioners, some of whom are buried deep in report writing for their company’s Sustainability, CSR, Corporate Citizen or Annual Reports. The Corporate Responsibility Association engages with many companies struggling to find a balance with survey fatigue, launching of a new strategic CR initiative and submitting the proper documentation to the ratings & rankings research firms in hopes of their deserved recognition. For the past 16 years, this publication has been responsible for announcing the list of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens and this year, 31 of the companies we celebrate are members of the Corporate Responsibility Association.
I want to thank all the members of the CRA for their passion and dedication to making corporate responsibility part of your corporate culture. We see it in the hard work you are doing with the environment, climate change initiatives, human rights, employee relations, corporate governance, philanthropy efforts and financial strength. I am witness to it in your involvement with the Ratings & Ratings Thought Leadership Council and how you interact with your peers in every industry sector.
I would like to personally recognize the following CRA members who made the 100 Best list and encourage others to get engaged and take full advantage of the tremendous network of professionals in the CR community.
Together we will Network, Learn & Advance.
Johnson & Johnson
Campbell Soup Company
Computer Sciences Corporation