Jane P. Madden

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Jane Madden "is a CSR expert with 20 years experience in 25 countries including, Afghanistan, China, Russia and Saudi Arabia. She has a wealth of expertise in emerging markets, stakeholder engagement, NGO’s and multilateral organizations. Before joining Edelman, Jane ran her own CSR consulting firm, Social Sustainability International where she advised multilateral agencies, NGO’s and private sector clients on ESG strategies, capacity building and partnerships. Her clients included Ben & Jerry’s, Xerox, The Brookings Institution and The Inter-American Development Bank.

"Jane’s passion and experience drive her success in joining corporations and NGO’s to find mutually beneficial solutions for societal problems. She has developed a comprehensive CSR strategy for Humana, one of the country's largest Medicare providers and a top health insurer, that implements the triple bottom line of healthy people, healthy planet and healthy performance. She advises SC Johnson on building NGO partnerships in India and China and has provided counsel on ingredients disclosure, executive positioning and sustainability. She is also developing a CSR strategy and signature philanthropy program for Motorola. BASF, Wrigley and Quaker are also among her clients.

"Jane was a World Bank official for 12 years. Her education and capacity building portfolio included education and technology, gender, and transitional economies. Jane launched the World Bank Global Development Learning Network Center in Kabul, Afghanistan. By engaging key stakeholders from the Afghan government, NGO’s and the local community, she expanded local policy makers’ access to global information and knowledge. Jane also managed the Joint Vienna Institute, an education program for senior government officials from the former Soviet Republics. She served on the Bank’s Community Outreach Committee and was an education reviewer for the Development Marketplace competition.

"Jane previously held positions at CARE, UNICEF and the European Union. She is a Trustee of CHF International, an international humanitarian NGO and is a Director at Citizen Effect, an innovative micro-philanthropy NGO. Previously, she served as Director of the Sustainable Business Network of Washington and was President of the Washington Literacy Council where she taught adults to read for 10 years. Jane also mentored low-income, DC high school students in the Hoop Dreams Scholarship Fund. She is a member of the Chicago Sustainable Business Alliance, the Step Up Women's Network and the Women's Council on Energy and the Environment." [1]

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  1. Jane P. Madden, kellstadtmarketing, accessed December 19, 2010.