Elizabeth Singleton, Director, Advisory Groups; Sustainability Accounting Standards Board
Elizabeth Singleton manages engagement with key stakeholders in SASB’s standards setting process, developing and maintaining key relationships and partnerships to ensure robust engagement from corporations, investors, and intermediaries during key phases of development of the SASB standards. Elizabeth has worked across the spectrum of social impact from international development in Tanzania to philanthropy strategy to corporate sustainability strategy and business development.
Prior to joining SASB Elizabeth ran her own start up, worked as a Strategy Officer at the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, and held a variety of roles working on sustainability and business development at The Dow Chemical Company. Early in her career, Elizabeth co-founded the Tanzania Natural Resource Forum, building alliances and influencing policy to support rights-based management of natural resources in Tanzania.
She serves on the Board of two conservation organizations, The Snow Leopard Trust and Maliasili Initiatives. She is also a member of the Alumni Advisory Board to the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business.
Elizabeth holds an MBA from University of California, Haas School of Business, where she was a Brian Maxwell Fellow, and an AB from Princeton University
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