The Rise and Evolution of the Chief Sustainability Officer Role with Kurt Harrison
November 2, 2022
In this episode of the Doing Sustainability podcast, Kurt Harrison joins Gary Baker and Roxanne "Rocket" White to discuss how the Chief Sustainability Officer role has evolved over time from a mid-level functional operational role to a top-of-the-house senior strategic business value creation role.
Kurt is the Founder and Co-Head of the Global Sustainability Practice at Russell Reynolds Associates and a recognized industry leader across ESG and Sustainability. He is also a sought-after public speaker and guest lecturer, recently named a Top Voice in the Green Economy by LinkedIn. Kurt is a highly-regarded author on ESG topics, and several of his ground-breaking white papers have been published in the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance.
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Previous guests include Alison Taylor of NYU Stern School of Business, Bruce Simpson of McKinsey & Company, Olga Puntus of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Ted Dhillon of FigBytes Inc, Kurt Harrison of Russell Reynolds Associates, and Jacob Atalla of KB Home.
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