MBA Corporate Sustainability and Human Rights Summer Fellowship
Applications for Summer 2021 will open in December 2020.
Summer 2020 Fellowship Recipients
Ross Jaffe (MBA '21) - National Grid
Joss applied the ROSI framework to two National Grid investments in energy efficiency and net-zero buildings. This project represents an early attempt by National Grid to monetize its sustainability efforts and, more importantly, a commitment to the energy transition that we need.Read about Ross's experience
Elizabeth John (MBA '21) - Williams Sonoma, Inc
Liz examined William Sonoma Inc’s supply chain, learning how they onboard vendors and track vendor data across their 8 brands, including creating and implementing a baseline survey for West Elm LOCAL vendors to inform their commitments to the 15% Pledge.Read about Liz's experience
Rebecca Meyer (MBA '21) - Calvert
Rebecca's central project was to assess corporate responses to COVID-19 across the Packaged Food & Meats industry, the Restaurant industry, and the Financial Services sector to help build the firm’s understanding of how corporate resilience is connected to overall ESG performanceRead about Rebecca's experience
Lily Warnke (MBA '21) - Microsoft
Lily's work included a series of memoranda on how to best ground emergency responses to COVID-19 in human rights principles. In light of evidence that nations around the world have derogated their human rights commitments in order to enact necessary emergency measures, Lily researched ways to protect civilians’ privacy and rights.Read about Lily's experience
Leora Rosenberg (MBA '21) - Nespresso
At Nespresso, the Fellow will work closely with the Sustainability team, Marketing team and agency partners to identify opportunities,and develop the sustainability strategy, communication plans and operational executions to bring the initiatives to life.