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corporate idealist riffs & resources


Since I last wrote, I've spoken at Amherst, Duke, Wharton, Columbia, and elsewhere; welcome to those of you who joined me at any of those events.


There's a new code of conduct to better protect freelancers in dangerous places, which I fear is starting off with some fatal flaws. Here's my post about it for The Guardian.

The new book Citizen Coke recounts the history of The Coca-Cola Company by focusing on key ingredients; here's my review for strategy + business.


The video is up of my talk at Duke's Sustainable Business and Social Impact conference last month. Enjoy!

Jobs, internships, and resources

The Sustainable Apparel Coalition seeks a member managerEileen Fisher is hiring a (paid) Human Rights summer intern for its Social Consciousness team. (Oh, to be able to say those words for any other company!) Two great nonprofits also sent me job openings recently: the International Labor Rights Forum and

I've added a Resources page to my website. Let me know what to add to make it more helpful to you.

Please feel free to hit 'reply' anytime to share your thoughts, and join me on Twitter and Facebook.

Until next time,

The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil 

"The challenge for corporate idealists is to continue pushing for greater achievement without letting the limitations discourage them. This engaging book offers useful if sobering lessons on how to meet that challenge."

-- David Vogel for Stanford Social Innovation Review
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