About ESG for EC
ESG for Economic Competitiveness (ESGforEC) is a 501c3 organization dedicated to increasing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) adoption in a risk-oriented, data-driven framework, which plays a key role in advancing U.S. economic competitiveness. Working in collaboration with the Business for Impact program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, ESGforEC convenes events and conferences to facilitate a direct, sustained, and focused connection between federal government officials, private sector leaders, graduate business students and academic experts on ESG that will yield new and innovative insights on metrics and reporting.
What is ESG?
ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) is the incorporation of beyond-financial considerations (data) into risk and opportunity analysis. Some call ESG initiatives sustainability, responsible investing, social impact, diversity, or stakeholder capitalism.
ESG is about exploring a responsible journey to sustainable economic competitiveness. ESG is important for corporate strategies, risk management, and capital investments.
Among the most innovative, respected thought leaders in public affairs, Jason has transformed organizations through his deep experience driving communications strategies in the areas of finance, capital markets, and technology, with a focus on sustainable investing, corporate governance, and diversity.
Matthew M. McKenna is an executive in residence overseeing the Rural Opportunity Initiative of Business for Impact, a program of the McDonough School of Business – Georgetown University .
Shreya serves as the MBA liaison for the Resolute’s ESG initiatives. Shreya is an MBA Candidate at Georgetown University McDonough School of Business (MSB) and a Corporate Impact Scholar through Business for Impact at MSB.