This month our panel will share their views on the challenges and opportunities of developing and implementing various ESG programs within an organization. Our speakers include Nancy Rogers, Chief Sustainability Officer for Lincoln Financial; Kathy Cacciola, Vice President of Enterprise Sustainability at Aramark, Susan Lorenz-Fisher, Vice President of Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability for AmerisourceBergen. The session will provide a brief overview of the overarching sustainability strategy and how it gets practically implemented at each of these organizations.
Nancy Rogers serves as president of the Lincoln Financial Foundation and as senior vice president and Chief Sustainability Officer for Lincoln Financial Group. In these roles, Rogers oversees sustainability strategy and practices, corporate philanthropy, and community involvement. Nancy earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from LaSalle University in Philadelphia. She earned certificates in Executive Leadership Development from the Wharton School, and in Corporate Social Responsibility from Johns Hopkins University.
Kathy Cacciola is vice president of enterprise sustainability at Aramark. In this role, she is responsible for Aramark's strategy to make a positive impact on people and the planet. Most recently, Kathy led development of the company's global sustainability plan – Be Well. Do Well. – by engaging leadership, cross-functional teams, and external stakeholders to inform and shape the strategy. Kathy has a master's degree in urban and environmental planning from the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
Susan Lorenz-Fisher is the Vice President of Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability for AmerisourceBergen. Susan earned her master's degree in Sustainability from the University of Michigan as well as a Business Certification from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. Susan received the Global Reporting Initiative training partner certification and has been involved in producing, managing, and validating numerous sustainability reports and disclosures over the course of her career.
The CFAP Sustainable Investing Thought Leadership Group provides a forum to advance the dialogue regarding the role of sustainable investing in today's capital markets and beyond. In particular, the group directs its attention to furthering an understanding and clarifying the risks and opportunities linked to environmental, social and governance issues. If you would like to join the Sustainable Investing Thought Leadership Group, please contact CFAP member Michael Cosack at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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