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Corporate Social  Corporate Social  Responsibility Responsibility Julia R. Brown Julia R. Brown October 4, 2011 October 4, 2011
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Professional Summary Julia is Chair of the UCSD Foundation board. She is a member of the boards of CONNECT, CleanTech San Diego and Corporate Directors Forum. She is a member of National Association of Corporate Directors. Julia received CONNECT’s award for Distinguished Contribution to the Life Science Industry in December, 2010. She was recognized as one of SDBJ’s Women Who Mean Business in 2005 and has twice been honored by San Diego’s Tribute to Women in Business. PAST EXPERIENCE 2005 – 2008: Member, founding Board of Directors, Trius Therapeutics, Inc. 2005 – 2007: Member, Board of Directors, Tanox, Inc. 2004 – 2008: Member, Business Advisory Board, CovX Pharmaceuticals 2000 – 2008: Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Executive Vice President and Advisor to C.E.O. 1995 – 1999: Executive Vice President of Dura Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 1969 – 1994: Julia spent over 25 years with Eli Lilly and Company in progressively more senior roles. 1992 – 1994: Vice President of IVAC Corporation; General Manager , Vital Signs Division 1986 – 1992: Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Hybritech JULIA BROWN, Board of Directors, Targacept, Inc., Labopharm, Inc., and MediQuest Therapeutics, Inc.
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Key Lessons Learned 1. Focusing on Profit Alone Can Backfire. 2. Businesses are Accountable To More People Than They Realize. 3. Bad Things Can Happen to Good Companies That Fail to Take a Broad View of Accountability. 4. Stakeholder Engagement is Increasingly Critical to Success. Source: Esty and Winston, Green to Gold
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History 1920’s Corporate Responsibility=Philanthropy 1930’s Worker’s Rights Established -National Labor Relations Act -Fair Labor Standards Act 1960’s Consumer Protections Enhanced -Consumer Product Safety Commission 1970’s Environmental Movement -EPA created -Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act 80’s-now More Social Responsibility Pressure
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The Triple Bottom Line Modern Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility
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Corporate Social Responsibility and the Concept of Sustainability Meeting the Needs of the Present Without Compromising the Ability of Future Generations to Meet Theirs.” The Brundtland Report, 1987 A Sustainable Corporation Creates Profit for its Shareholders While Protecting the Environment and Improving the Lives of Those With Whom It Interacts.” The Triple Bottom Line Andrew Savitz
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