Nominees announced for ESG Integration Awards 2022

Jun 22, 2022
Winners to be announced on Thursday, July 14

Corporate Secretary and sister publication IR Magazine are delighted to announce the short-lists for their inaugural ESG Integration Awards.

The winners, selected by an independent panel of judges, will be revealed following the ESG Integration Forum – Summer on Thursday, July 14 in New York. Click here for more information on the forum and awards.

The ESG Integration Awards recognize outstanding achievements by governance and investor relations professionals in helping their companies oversee, communicate and engage with stakeholders about their companies’ ESG efforts.

Submissions have been made for a variety of issuers and individuals for their work in areas such as board oversight of ESG, climate action, ESG engagement programs and diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I). These submissions highlight the extensive and excellent work being done in the field.

The nominees for the ESG Integration Awards are:
 



Best board oversight of ESG
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Horace Mann
Marsh McLennan
NRG Energy
Starbucks Corporation

Best climate action
Amalgamated Financial Corp
JLL
Medtronic
Philip Morris International
Starbucks Corporation

Best DE&I
Advance Auto Parts
Gilead Sciences
Medtronic
Paramount Global
Starbucks Corporation

Best ESG by a senior management team
Energy Recovery
JLL
Paramount Global
PepsiCo
The Travelers Companies

Best ESG communications
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
elf Beauty
Energy Recovery
PepsiCo
Philip Morris International

Best ESG engagement program
Energy Recovery
Splunk
Starbucks Corporation
The Travelers Companies

The prestigious members of the judging panel for this year’s awards are:

  • Mary Green, vice president and client portfolio manager, Federated Hermes
  • Eileen Kamerick, non-executive director at Associated Banc-Corp, ACV Auctions, Hochschild Mining and Legg Mason Closed End Funds
  • Michael Passoff, CEO, Proxy Impact
  • Veena Ramani, research director, FCLTGlobal
  • Tensie Whelan, founder and director, NYU Stern School of Business’ Center for Sustainable Business.

 

 

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