VAULT.COM CSR SENIOR EDITOR AMAN SINGH NAMED TO TRUST ACROSS AMERICA’S TOP 100 THOUGHT LEADERS FOR 2010
New York, NY, (January 19, 2011) Vault.com, the source for employer rankings, ratings and reconnaissance, is proud to announce that its Corporate Social Responsibility Senior Editor Aman Singh has been selected as 2010’s Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior by Trust Across America.
Trust Across America is a program that provides a framework for public companies to improve trustworthy business practices, as well as showcasing role models that are exhibiting high levels of trust and integrity. As part of an extensive two-year search that included nominations from over 150 professionals across the nation, Singh was chosen for her extensive, positive contribution to building trust in business.
“I am indeed honored to be selected by Trust Across America as one of its Top 100 Thought Leaders,” Singh said. “My colleagues at Vault.com and I firmly believe in the power of informed and judicious professionals to lead business into the next century. My inclusion, then, as the only journalist to address corporate social responsibility and sustainability from the dual lens of career development strategies across organizations is a list that honors trustworthy business leaders, is a testament to the indispensability of career intelligence.”
In addition to serving as Vault’s Senior CSR Editor, Singh is an IEMA-certified CSR practitioner. The former Wall Street Journal reporter and New York University alumnus’ blog – In Good Company – is widely read and syndicated on sites such as the Forbes CSR Blog, 3BL Media CSRWire's Talkback blog and UK-based SustainabilityForum.com. Her blog focuses on connecting career paths with CSR, sustainable business practices, diversity and women leadership in the workplace and how increasing debate and engagement of these practices translates into recruitment and strategic development of companies.
Singh joins exemplary company in the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior including a list of public and private sectors leaders as well as authors, consultants, researchers and academics.
“These individuals are inspiring organizations to look more closely at their higher purpose to create greater value for, and trust from, all of their stakeholders,” said Barbara Kimmel, executive director of Trust Across America. “We congratulate all of the honorees whose work is shining a spotlight on the importance of trust and providing a roadmap for everyone to follow.”
To view more of Aman Singh’s work, check out Vault.com’s newly-created CSR Channel.
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