New Research Release: The Value of Sustainability Reporting
The Center for Corporate Citizenship and Ernst & Young LLP produced the Value of Sustainability Reporting as a joint effort, and conducted a comprehensive survey that covered various aspects of an organization’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting. The survey was conducted in late February and early March of 2013, and included the cost and benefits of reporting, as well as making connections to financial performance.
Katherine Smith, Executive Director, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
As executive director of the Center, Katherine oversees all of the Center's activities and strategic ventures. She has worked in nonprofit and higher education organizations for more than 20 years, including Boston College, Brown University where she served last as AVP for Research, and the University of Massachusetts where she served as COO of the Foundation with more than $700 million under management.
Brendan LeBlanc, Executive Director, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Ernst & Young, LLP
Brendan is the assurance leader in Ernst & Young LLP’s United States Climate Change and Sustainability Services practice. In this role Brendan oversees the development and implementation of climate change and sustainability assurance competencies throughout the United States, extending to clients through the firm’s core services: assurance, advisory, tax and transaction advisory services.
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