Hanzo is launching a new Luminary Series, where they interview industry thought leaders on the latest trends impacting corporate, legal, compliance, and governance issues. Their first interview topic is a terrific one, involving environmental social governance and advancing corporate sustainability initiatives!
On Thursday, May 5, 2022, at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern, Hanzo’s Will Walker will be chatting with Christine Uri, Chief Legal Officer at ENGIE Impact, in a session titled Environmental Social Governance and How Enterprises Can Advance Sustainability Initiatives.
As noted in this post, Christine wears a lot of hats at ENGIE Impact. She’s the Chief Legal Officer, overseeing the company’s global legal team, and the Chief Sustainability Officer. Her work—and ENGIE Impact’s work overall—focuses on helping global companies accelerate their net-zero journey through strategic consulting and data and technology services. Within ENGIE Impact’s corporate sustainability program, Christine makes sure the company uses the best practices it recommends to clients and tests its own products, clinching its leadership role in the sustainability space.
Christine also has a message for lawyers, especially in-house corporate lawyers. If you went to law school with the idea that maybe you could do some good in the world—even if you’ve since forsaken your optimism and instead aimed for the best grades, the best clerkship, and the best associate role—it’s not too late for those aspirational dreams. You can be a force for good in the world right where you are now.
The post has more about environmental social governance and advancing corporate sustainability initiatives and Christine’s role in it at ENGIE Impact, and it also has a link to register for the first session of Hanzo’s Luminary Series! Check it out here!
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