ESG Impact Reporting for Corporate Transparency • 10/28/21
October 28, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT
Corporate sustainability reporting has increased 60+% since 2018, but only 60% of Fortune 500 organizations have set public sustainability goals. Disclosing your organization’s Environmental, Social, and Governance data is imperative. Stakeholders (including customers, partners, investors, and employees) will use your disclosures to gauge your global impact and even your company’s financial value. Additionally, disclosing ESG data will assist you with compliance reporting and can help your organization meet societal expectations.
So where do you begin? How do you continue to grow your reporting efforts? If you’re new to ESG reporting, getting started can feel overwhelming. If you’re looking for ways to improve, maybe you’ve hit a dead end.
During this panel discussion, you will learn from sustainability reporting experts about best practices for articulating your organization’s ESG impact to stakeholders. Jennifer Clipsham, the Advisory & Communications Practice Lead for Anthesis, Jennifer Boynton, a Corporate Responsibility Manager from Stryker, and Andra Anderson, the Senior Director, Workplace Operations and Co-Founder of the ESG global committee at Sony Playstation will be sharing their insights on successful sustainability reporting strategies.
Agenda (times in PT):
12:00 – 12:05 Arrival and Introductions
12:05 – 12:10 Zoom etiquette, housekeeping items
12:10 – 12:40 Panel Discussion
12:40 – 12:55 Q&A from the audience
12:55 – 1:00 Thank you and wrap-up
This event is limited to 500 attendees and is open to people of all genders.
Director and Advisory & Communications Practice Lead, Anthesis
Jennifer (Jenn) has nineteen years of experience leading clients through the development of sustainability strategies that add value to their business.
Using a combination of proven stakeholder engagement techniques, benchmarking tools, materiality assessment and risk and opportunity analysis, Jenn helps companies choose appropriate implementation frameworks and meaningful metrics for measuring the success of their strategies. Jennifer’s broad understanding of stakeholder expectations for reporting and disclosure, and advanced knowledge of best practices across a variety of sectors, makes her a trusted advisor to clients on strategic sustainability issues.
Senior Manager, Corporate Responsibility, Stryker
Jennifer (Jen) is an expert in communications and sustainability strategy, advancing organizations’ corporate responsibility initiatives and reporting to new heights. She is an accomplished storyteller and thought-leader who is able to delineating the complexities of company culture, philanthropy, and corporate strategies with a clarity to reach a wide audience of stakeholders.
Senior Director, Workplace Operations, Sony Playstation
20 years’ experience creating and managing the physical workspace with the people and work of the organization by integrating the principles of business administration, planning, design, accounting and architecture in ambiguous and fast-paced environments. Responsible for administrative services, sustainability, EHS, space management, planning, budgeting, construction management and real estate acquisition/disposal for Sony International Entertainment. Responsible for implementing and achieving ISO 14001Certification and EHS policies and procedures for San Mateo site.
Clean Energy Marketing and Communications Leader
Glenna Wiseman is a long-time marketing and communications leader in the clean energy sector. She is a senior marketing and communications strategist with experience in multiple sectors including sustainability, solar, energy storage and software solutions relating to those industries. A seasoned business building executive with P&L, sales, operations and marketing track record, Glenna has helped companies along the renewable energy supply chain thrive. She has been a strong advocate for women in the solar energy. A noted industry speaker and bylined author, in 2018, Glenna was named to the Connected World Magazine Women of IoT in Marketing list. She is a graduate of Pepperdine University’s Seaver College Campus.
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