2020TOP 100Corporate Social Responsibility Influence Leaders
Nominate a Leader
Do you know someone who makes outstanding contributions to the development and awareness around corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives? Put a spotlight on their positive impact by nominating them for the 2020 CSR Top 100 Influence Leaders list.
Nominees will be voted to the list by the public. The following individuals have been nominated for the CSR Top 100. Click the button to the left of their name to cast your vote.*
Dr Kaushik Sridhar
Group Manager, Social Responsibility & ESG Reporting
Global Head Corporate Social Responsibility
Ernst & Young
Ropes & Gray LLP
Global Client Development Director, North America
Eurofins Consumer Product Assurance
Assheton Stewart Carter
CEO & Founder
Corporate Social Responsibility Manager
Silicon Valley Conflict Minerals & Human Trafficking Forum
Division Head - Innovation and Sustainability
BlocksEDU Learning Corp.
U.S. Department of State
Mgr, Manufacturing Engineering and Quality
Environmental Compliance & Sustainability Specialist
MSC Industrial Supply
VP Energy, Environment and Extractives
Alphamin Resources Corp
Senior Director, Factory Support Services, Apparel & Home Goods
Fair Trade USA
RSBN Client Engagement Executive
Global Counsel - Labor & Human Rights
General Electric Company
Director, North America
Global Reporting Initiative
* While these nominations will be included in the scoring algorithm to produce the final list and ranking, a nomination does not guarantee a place on the final list.
What Makes a Leader?
Individuals on the CSR Top 100 Influence Leaders list embody the commitment to fairness, sustainability, and global well-being that makes CSR programs successful. Their efforts contribute to improvements in global supply chains, empowering individuals and companies alike to make a positive difference. When considering who to nominate, ask yourself the following questions.
Does Your Nominee:
Educate others about the CSR landscape through speaking engagements, webinars, publications, or other activities?
In some cases, work directly with legislators, putting them in a unique position to answer key CSR questions?
Act as a CSR champion, which others can emulate?
Have key insights into how to develop, implement, and execute an effective CSR program?
Who Will You Nominate?
Fill out the form with your nominee’s contact information and why you think they should be included on the CSR Top 100 Influence Leaders list. Are you proud of the CSR work you’ve done? You are encouraged to nominate yourself as well! Nominations and voting will remain open until August 11. The final list will be released on August 25.
Fill out the form below with your nominee’s contact information and why you think they should be part of the Top 100.
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The CSR Top 100 is independently researched on behalf of Assent Compliance by Lucas Taylor (University of Notre Dame MBA) of LDT Consulting. Many factors are included in the scoring criteria. Using the developed scoring algorithm, participants are added to the list and adjusted based on individual research by LDT Consulting. This list is revised annually to reflect the evolving regulatory landscape and recognize individual efforts to contribute to improvements in global supply chains.
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the List Last Year
The CSR Top 100 Influence Leaders list is independently researched on behalf of Assent Compliance by Lucas Taylor (University of Notre Dame MBA) of LDT Consulting. Many factors are included in the scoring criteria. Using the developed scoring algorithm, participants are added to the list and adjusted based on individual research by LDT Consulting. This list is revised annually to reflect the evolving regulatory landscape and recognize individual efforts to contribute to improvements in global supply chains. See last year’s CSR Top 100.