The Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability has announced its first group of working Fellows. The six Fellows were chosen by a detailed review of their achievements to evaluate their commitment and contribution to the CRS agenda and to the long-term success of the ICRS. Beyond describing their personal impact and achievements, applicants were also required to outline their active engagement in supporting the CRS profession.
The six selected are Bridget Jackson (Director of Corporate Sustainability, PwC); Mike Kelly (formerly Head of Living Wage, KPMG); Sarah Morton-Ramwell (Partner, Global Head of Pro Bono & Corporate Responsibility, Ashurst); Dr. Dominic Tantram (Partner, Environmental Sustainability, Terrafiniti); Joss Tantram (Partner, Corporate Sustainability, Terrafiniti); Andrew Wilson (Director, Corporate Citizenship).
Claudine Blamey, Chair of the ICRS, said, “Offering Fellowship to the very best CRS practitioners strengthens the profession and the Institute. Those selected have a wide range of skills and experiences and over the course of their careers they have successfully addressed the broad spectrum of issues and challenges that confront those working in the sector.
The Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS) is the UK’s professional body for those committed to responsible and sustainable business.
Its purpose is to support CRS (corporate responsibility & sustainability) practitioners to be brilliant in their work so that they can make a positive difference to society and our planet. The Institute helps individual members develop their careers by setting professional standards, qualifying their experience, recognising their achievements and supporting them through continuing professional development.
The Institute supports organisational members to build their CRS capacity by hosting regular events, seminars and meet-ups where members can share best practice with other like-minded companies and expand their professional networks. Membership is open to all organisations including corporates, SMEs, charities, academic institutions and not-for-profits.
Photo:Jackson, Blamey; Dr. Dominic Tantram.