Bainbridge Graduate Institute is excited to welcome our Change Agents in Residence (CAIRs) to the May Hybrid MBA Intensive. CAIRs spend the weekend with MBA students, hosting several presentations and actively engaging with students in class. Tune into the Twitter #cb4g hashtag (changing business for good) Thursday evening at 8:00 PST on May 10 to hear highlights from their interview.
May 2012 CAIRs
Adam Siegel, Vice President of Sustainability and Retail Operations, Retail Industry Leaders Association. Adam leads RILA’s sustainability offerings, directing both RILA’s Retail Sustainability Initiative (RSI) and the Retail Sustainability Conference. An engineer with an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management, Siegel has consulted for numerous companies including Staples, IBM, and Seventh Generation, as well as for leaders in the transportation and energy sectors. He has experience with the Environmental Defense Fund’s Corporate Partnerships Program, where he worked with the private equity firm KKR and their portfolio companies.
Lloyd Kurtz, Chief Investment Officer, Nelson Capital Management, Program Administrator, Moskowitz Prize. Lloyd did much of the initial quantitative work on the development of the Domini Social Index, the first broad-based social investment benchmark, and co-authored two chapters of the The Social Investment Almanac. His quantitative analysis of Domini Social Index performance, co-authored with Dan DiBartolomeo, was later published in The Journal of Investing (an interview discussing this work can be found here). In 2008 he authored the social investment chapter for the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility. Lloyd maintains an online annotated bibliography of studies of socially responsible investing at www.sristudies.org. His research interests include social investing, behavioral finance, and the theory of the firm.
Aditi Mohapatra, Senior Sustainability Analyst, Calvert Investments. Aditi serves as the lead Corporate Governance and Business Ethics analyst, and directs Calvert’s research, advocacy and policy work on these important issues. In this role, she has led Calvert’s efforts to promote boardroom diversity including filing Calvert’s 50th board diversity resolution, successfully petitioning the Securities and Exchange Commission to enhance critical board diversity disclosures, and collaborating with a broad coalition of institutional and faith-based investors to advance the issue.