Phil is a catalytic Corporate Responsibility (CR) executive with a 20-year track record of creating innovative social, environmental, and business solutions to amplify ROI for people, planet, and profit. Phil is adept at engaging and activating key stakeholders to drive societal impact and measurable business value. He is a collaborative builder of compelling CR stories that drive social and environmental change and support brand, reputation, talent, productivity, sales, stakeholder relationships, and efficiency.
Phil recently joined Salterbaxter as the Head of North America. In this role he is leading our thriving and growing strategy, strategic communications, and sustainability reporting practices.
In 2016, Phil founded CSR Lab, a boutique Sustainability and Responsibility consultancy. For the past three years he has helped a range of companies amplify their impact on the world while driving ROI. From 2013 through 2016, Phil was the Assistant Vice President of Community Responsibility for Fortune 100 financial services firm MassMutual Financial Group. In this role he collaboratively led Corporate Responsibility, helping manage an 11-person team and $20M CR budget. From 2002 through 2013, Phil was the founder and managing director of Community Matters Group, a corporate responsibility consulting firm. Prior to that, Phil was the Director of Community Affairs for Arthur Andersen for the Northeast US. Before that, Phil led community involvement for John Hancock Signature Services.
Phil served as an advisor to the founders of MIT’s SHIFT.tools online platform. He is an Affiliate Partner and a member of the Reporting 3.0 Reporting Blueprint Working Group. He has also served on the Sustainability Advisory Board for Biogen.
Throughout his career, Phil has received numerous awards and has spoken at many business schools, as well as national and international corporate responsibility conferences. In the last three years, Phil has presented/keynoted at more than 10 CR and Sustainability conferences in the US, Denmark, Canada, and Thailand.
Walking the Talk /
We know that we can buy less, use less, work from home, drive less, collaborate more; and have business, society and government move faster — because we just did all of that. How can we respond as powerfully and courageously to other super-critical threats? - 3 years ago