The CSR Board, with 92 major corporate members, emerges as one of the nation’s largest groups for corporate social responsibility leaders

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The confidential, vendor-free membership organization for people leading corporate social responsibility at the world’s biggest companies quickly grows to nearly 100 members.

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How do you lead the program? Where do you focus your efforts? When so many need so much, where do you start? The best answers to these tough questions come from other CSR leaders, that’s how the CSR Board helps members significantly magnify their impact.

The CSR Board, a coalition of corporate social responsibility leaders at global brands, has grown to nearly 100 corporate members in just one year. This milestone puts it among the largest and fastest-growing CSR leadership groups in America.

In private, peer-to-peer discussions, members collaborate to share actionable advice, offer leadership support, help with risk avoidance, and foster a supportive community. Only senior leaders are allowed to participate. No vendors, interest groups, or small businesses.

“Running CSR at a large corporation is a unique challenge -- especially in this rapidly changing, crisis-driven environment,” said Andy Sernovitz, CEO of Board.org, the group that manages the CSR Board. “How do you lead the program? Where do you focus your efforts? When so many need so much, where do you start? The best answers to these tough questions come from other CSR leaders, that’s how the CSR Board helps members significantly magnify their impact.”

The 92 CSR Board members: AbbVie, Ace Hardware, ACI Worldwide, Adtalem Global Education, Aflac, Alcon, Allergan Foundation, Alliant Energy, Allstate, American Airlines, Aptiv, Beam Suntory, Best Buy, Biogen, BJ's Wholesale Club, Brown-Forman, BRP, C.H. Robinson, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, CDK Global, Celestica, Cenovus Energy, Centene, CenterPoint Energy, Charles Schwab, Charter Communications, The Cheesecake Factory, Cisco, Clorox, Constellation Brands, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, E. & J. Gallo Winery, Electronic Arts, Expedia Group, Experian, Farmers Insurance, Ferguson Enterprises, First American Financial, FirstEnergy, FNBO, Freddie Mac, Georgia-Pacific, GoDaddy, H&R Block, The Hanover Insurance Group, Hard Rock International, Herbalife Nutrition, Hertz, Humana, Hyatt, Illumina, Intuit, The J.M. Smucker Company, Lamb Weston, Logitech, Mars, MassMutual, McCain Foods, Motorola Solutions, NBCUniversal, Nike, Northwestern Mutual, NVIDIA, Office Depot, Olympus, ON Semiconductor, Otis, PayPal, Penguin Random House, Pernod Ricard, Philip Morris International, Raymond James Financial, Red Lobster, Republic Services, Rheem Manufacturing, Sims Metal Management, Smithfield Foods, Stryker, Subaru, Synopsys, T. Rowe Price, TD Bank, Tyson Foods, Verizon, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Viasat, West Pharmaceutical Services, Western Union, Xylem, and Yum! Brands.

Learn more about the CSR Board at https://board.org/csr.

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