How ESG Presents a Dilemma for the Board

By Donna Galer and Ted Dann


Directorship Magazine

While most major corporations have been addressing environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues for decades as they pertain to the company’s line of business, new concerns in recent years about climate change; deeper understanding of the gaps in diversity, equity, and inclusion; and a conviction that governance needed strengthening gave ESG greater relevance....

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Donna Galer
Donna Galer 
is a consultant focused on enterprise risk management, environmental, social, and governance, and strategy at RE-Risk Advisors, LLC. She is the author of Enterprise Risk Management: Straight to the Point, Enterprise Risk Management: Straight to the Value, and Enterprise Risk Management: Straight Talk for Nonprofits with co-author Al Decker.

Ted DannTed Dann is a commercial real estate consultant at RE-Risk Advisors LLC where he consults with his clients on how existing tools and frameworks can address how companies can better manage the evolving demands of environmental, social, and governance risks. He has worked in the field of risk management for two decades at companies such as Hanover Stone Partners, Highwoods Properties, and Jones Lang LaSalle.


This article is from the Winter 2024 issue of Directorship.