Corporate Social Responsibility Weekly Recap (October 6 – October 13, 2010)

The following releases focus on Corporate Social Responsibility and moved during the week of October 6 – October 13, 2010.

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The following knowledgeable industry leaders and scholars from Business Wire’s ExpertSource database are available to discuss topics relating to Corporate Social Responsibility.

Kirwan Rockefeller, Ph.D., Director of Sustainable Leadership Program, University of California, Irvine Extension, offers in-depth knowledge about the sustainable movement and how a shift in momentum is changing perceptions and attitudes towards sustainability. Rockefeller offers insight on what the growing green jobs are, the benefits of sustainability for businesses and how to educate the business leaders tasked with implementing green initiatives.

Julia Wilhelm is an associate director in the San Francisco office of Studley, an international commercial real estate firm specializing in representing tenants. Her expertise in financial analysis as well as her detail-oriented execution style, supports her ability to successfully advocate on behalf of tenants in all types of real estate transactions from site selection and economic modeling to lease negotiation, execution and move-in. Julia specializes in implementing green real estate solutions for her clients and is the first Real Estate Professional in San Francisco to have been awarded the LEED-Accredited Professional designation from the U.S. Green Building Council certifying her expertise in sustainable commercial real estate projects. She is also a member of Studley’s National Sustainable Practice. Julia has represented office lease transactions totaling over 1,000,000 square feet in downtown San Francisco. Clients include San Francisco-based firms Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney, New Resource Bank (representing the bank in one of the first LEED-CI office space acquisitions in San Francisco), PAV Investments, Dwell Magazine, MyVest, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco, as well as national and multi-national companies such as the Charles Schwab Corporation, EarthLink, eBay/StubHub, Forest Labs, and Novell.