Trends in Environmental, Social, and Governance Programs

Presented on:
October 19, 2021 10:00 AM PT
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online

It’s increasingly important for organizations to look beyond their financial impact when developing and implementing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) business practices.

Stakeholders, including customers, investors, and employees, are concerned with environmental impact, social factors, and governance structure—and want visibility into corporate actions.  

Join us for our panel discussion in which we’ll provide insight into trends, surrounding programs, and reporting efforts to meet stakeholder needs. Built world industry leaders will also discuss the following:

  • Program implementation
  • Metrics organizations are tracking
  • What ESG information customers and investors want
  • How to report efforts to increase impact—both internally and externally

Don’t forget to check out the other webcasts in our five-part virtual 2021 Building Opportunity Conference.

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Speakers

Justin Neff, CPA, Partner, Moss Adams

Justin has practiced public accounting since 2005, serving primarily middle-market private companies. As a member of the Moss Adams Corporate Social Responsibility Working Group, Justin also has a strong interest in sustainable business and a background in developing and providing assurance and attestation services over sustainability and corporate social responsibility reports.

Tara McCann, Senior Managing Director and Head of Capital and Client Strategies, Rockwood Capital

Tara McCann, based in New York City, has 23 years of experience in the real estate industry. She oversees Rockwood's global fundraising and investor relations efforts and contributions to the formulation and execution of capital strategies. Prior to joining Rockwood, McCann held senior roles in strategy and product development, investor relations, acquisitions, and investment banking.

Erick Garcia, Chief Financial Officer, Morley Builders

On both the accounting and IT sides of the business, Erick Garcia has built strong, entrepreneurial, service-driven teams. He has engineered the company to improve sustainability of its employee-owned model and the freedoms made possible by it. Having already witnessed Morley grow, Garcia envisions an even brighter Morley future wherein the next generation of leaders will benefit from even greater financial stability, an expanded presence, a broader and deeper talent pool, and industry leading processes.

Morgan Dipo, Senior Vice President, Bank of America

Morgan has been a commercial banker for 15 years, and now serves as business development executive for Bank of America’s Global Commercial Banking team in Seattle where he helps deliver on goals for responsible growth with a focus on environmental, social, and governance leadership.

Jameson Morrell, Global Technology Leader: Resilience and Sustainability, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

Jameson has decades of experience working with global organizations mobilizing and implementing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance enhancing programs and change initiatives. He has a history designing, developing, and broadly deploying successful programs and IT systems that transform businesses and capital projects.

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