Public and private companies are invited to nominate their CEO for this prestigious award
WASHINGTON, Jan. 08 /CSRwire/ - Nominations are now being accepted for CR Magazine’s 12th annual Responsible CEO Award and Lifetime Achievement Award, given to corporate leaders committed to a progressive environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda.
Athletes, chefs, and CEOs are among those speaking out on environmental, social, and political issues, prompting a 3BL Media Town Hall sponsored by MSL that will examine whether the Brands Taking StandsTM phenomenon is a movement or a moment.
As a determined leader driven by success, Jimmy Inabinet is both a US Army Master Sergeant and a Purple Heart veteran. Following his spring of 2017 retirement from his dedicated 20-year career in the Armed Forces, he plans to transition into the private sector. As part of the Hiring Our Heroes program, Inabinet was the first-ever fellow placed with MGM National Harbor from the Hiring Our Heroes Fellowship.
Lorenzo Creighton doesn’t just lead. He makes history. Creighton has had a major hand in the gaming industry since the early 1990s. He wrote the regulations that launched Iowa’s riverboat gambling industry — the first major gaming sector outside of Nevada and Atlantic City. He was the first African-American to head up a casino-resort on the Las Vegas strip. And today he is at the forefront of the Washington area’s largest single economic development endeavor: the $1.3 billion MGM National Harbor.
Resort Gives Back to Local Elementary and Middle Schools Through Volunteerism and Donations
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., September 24, 2015 /3BL Media/– MGM National Harbor, the world-class destination casino resort under construction in Prince George’s County, Md., kicked off “back-to-school” season by donating time and resources to local elementary and middle schools. As part of its ongoing commitment to community engagement and investment, MGM National Harbor participated in several events around the County to provide students, their families and their schools with much-needed funds and supplies.
At the end of 2013, MGM Resorts International had the capacity to operate in three states – Nevada, Mississippi, and Michigan. At beginning of 2014, another state was added to that list: Maryland.
The path leading to the Maryland expansion was a multiyear process. In 2012, the state passed Question 7. The bill opened up gaming, including the creation of a new casino in Prince George’s County (adjacent to Washington, D.C). The bill also created a competitive bidding process, which MGM won in late 2013 after besting two other contenders.