Women in CSR

Women in CSR: Tanya Bolden, Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG)

AIAG's Tanya Bolden discusses about what inspires her and how she found her way to careers in sustainabilit
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Welcome to our series of interviews with leading female CSR practitioners where we are learning about what inspires these women and how they found their way to careers in sustainability. Read the rest of the series here.

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Women in CSR: Cathy Benko, Deloitte LLP

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TriplePundit: Briefly describe your role and responsibilities, and how many years you have been in the business.

Cathy Benko: Vice chairman and managing principal, Deloitte LLP. I hold dual roles, leading Deloitte LLP’s citizenship efforts and as a talent marketplace game-changer for Deloitte Consulting LLP. These positions tap into skills honed in prior roles including chief talent officer, lead client service partner, high technology industry sector leader, and national managing director of Deloitte’s award-winning Women’s Initiative.

Women in CSR: Kathy Mulvany, Cisco

by Andrea Newell at Triple Pundit
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Welcome to our series of interviews with leading female CSR practitioners where we are learning about what inspires these women and how they found their way to careers in sustainability. Read the rest of the series here.

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Welcome to our series of interviews with leading female CSR practitioners where we are learning about what inspires these women and how they found their way to careers in sustainability. Read the rest of the series here.

Women in CSR: Paige Goff, Domtar

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TriplePundit: Briefly describe your role and responsibilities, and how many years you have been in the business.

Paige Goff: I am the Vice President, Sustainability and Business Communications at Domtar.

Women in CSR: Nicole Trimble, Outerwall

By Andrea Newell
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*Article orginally appeared on TriplePundit.com 

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*Article orginally appeared on TriplePundit.com 

Women in CSR: Eileen Howard Boone, CVS Caremark Charitable Trust

by Andrea Newell, Triple Pundit
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Welcome to our series of interviews with leading female CSR practitioners where we are learning about what inspires these women and how they found their way to careers in sustainability. Read the rest of the series here.

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Welcome to our series of interviews with leading female CSR practitioners where we are learning about what inspires these women and how they found their way to careers in sustainability. Read the rest of the series here.

Women in CSR: Tori Kaplan, CSX Corporation

By Andrea Newell, Triple Pundit
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Welcome to our series of interviews with leading female CSR practitioners where we are learning about what inspires these women and how they found their way to careers in sustainability. Read the rest of the series here.

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Women in CSR: Gabi Zedlmayer, HP

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TriplePundit: Briefly describe your role and responsibilities, and how many years you have been in the business.

Gabi Zedlmayer: I am Vice President of Sustainability and Social Innovation at HP.

I started my career 1985 in the airline industry and joined the IT industry in 1987. Since then I have been hooked to technology and the way it is changing the way we live and work.

Time, Talent, Treasure: Advice for Women in CSR

Guest post by Andrea Learned
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Years ago when I was doing some speaking related to the publishing of Don’t Think Pink, I got to know a group of women philanthropists. Being very new to that industry, I’d never before heard the “time, talent, treasure” phrase. But, it has stuck with me, especially as I get deeper into my coverage of women and sustainability or corporate social responsibility. Volunteering – or giving of time and talent – is an early phase in a woman’s exploration process toward a more integrated, long-term connection with a cause (for herself and/or for her business).

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