KEESA C. SCHREANE

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Keesa C. Schreane is author of Gambling on Green: Uncovering the Balance among Revenues, Reputations, and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) (Wiley, September 2022) and Corporations Compassion Culture: Leading Your Business toward Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Wiley, 2021). She is a business strategist, commentator, and speaker whose expertise includes ESG, risk analysis, sustainable finance, and corporate reporting.

She is livestream, television, and digital contributor, who has appeared in outlets including Black Enterprise, Bloomberg, CNBC, CBS, Essence, FinTech TV, and Latina. She is also co-founder of London Stock Exchange Group's Sustainable Growth Podcast (formerly Refinitiv Sustainability Perspectives Podcast). She serves on numerous boards and committees, including Ceres President’s Council. Schreane is a Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting (FSA) credential holder and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). She holds a B.A. from Salem College, an M.A. from New York University and received an Executive Education Certificate from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Investment Strategies and Portfolio Management.

Consulting

Helping businesses establish ESG reporting practices and craft employee resource group programs.

Speaker

Offering in-person and virtual keynotes, panels, and lectures that deliver leadership, employee engagement, and business growth insights.

Writer

Book author, publication contributor, and report producer.

Tracking Compassion at Work

Keesa Schreane, author of 'Corporations Compassion Culture,' joins Cheddar News discussing how a compassionate, sustainable corporate culture can cultivate the workplace of the future. She shares behaviors that promote wellbeing and productivity, as well as her sustainability work on the Ceres President’s Council.

Keesa's Clients Include

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York

Thomson Reuters

Open Source Forum

US Chamber of Commerce

Digital Summit

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