Business and institutions face ever-increasing calls for transparency, authenticity and dialogue with customers, regulators and community stakeholders. Call it what you will: Corporate Social Responsibility or Environment / Social / Governance initiatives, but what worked 10 years ago is not the same as what is needed today.
Stakeholder Capital Consulting (SCC) was formed in 2012 to help companies and institutions meet their business objectives in this new frontier.
The President of SCC is James Hamilton who brings to the table over 25-years of broad-based experience in the energy, manufacturing, NGO and academic sectors with a focus on aligning stakeholder and business objectives for mutual gain.
Prior to forming SCC, Jim was the Americas Vice President of Sustainability and External Affairs at Omya, Inc., a global producer of industrial minerals for the manufacturing, food and pharmaceutical industries. At Omya, he directed sustainability programs throughout North, Central and South America. His focus was increasing the firm’s Stakeholder Capital and significantly improving its operating environment and overall performance.
Jim has served as a Lecturer in the Environmental Policy Program at MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning and was also the Managing Director of CLF Ventures, the non-profit consulting affiliate of the Conservation Law Foundation: New England’s most influential environmental advocacy organization. His other experience includes environmental advisory services to First Nations communities in British Columbia and Program Manager at Lockheed-Martin where he conceptualized, designed and launched the corporation’s $300M environmental risk management programs.
Jim earned a graduate degree in Technology and Policy from MIT, and an undergraduate engineering degree from the University of British Columbia. He is currently the Chairman of MIT’s Energy, Environment and Sustainability Network Global Collaboration Committee.
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