The Real Deal: Why an Authentic ESG Reporting Strategy Matters
Historically, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) goals reflected a company’s public relations strategy, primarily driven by investor demands and not central to the success of their business and brand. Those days may be fast disappearing as resident and employee prospects are also making decisions based on how they feel about the company brand as it relates to corporate social responsibility, diversity of leadership, and commitment to environmental principles.
Relative benchmarking platforms, like GRESB, improve both multifamily companies’ and investors’ ability to reveal ESG performance over time while also providing transparency and insight into industry standard practices. This expanding practice area will require due diligence on a provider’s data standards and methodologies to identify the right ESG reporting framework.
Hear from companies who are leaning in to their ESG goals and why it matters to your bottom line. Join Brenna Walraven, President and CEO, for Corporate Sustainability Strategies, as she moderates National Multifamily Housing Council’s OPTECH Conference session: The Real Deal: Why an Authentic ESG Reporting Strategy Matters.
- Brenna Walraven, President and CEO, Corporate Sustainability Strategies, Inc.
- Laura Craft, SVP, Global Strategy and Investment ESG, Heitman
- Brad Dockser, Chief Executive Officer, Green Generation
- Jason McIntyre, Director of Sustainability and Operations, USAA Real Estate
Date & Time
November 12, 2019
About National Multifamily Housing Council OPTECH Conference & Expo
NMHC OPTECH Conference & Expo offers an unparalleled educational and networking environment with exclusive peer-to-peer roundtables, property and revenue management workshops, and cutting edge content and speakers. Explore new operations and technology-related products and services in the robust exhibit hall.
Who Attends? Open to NMHC members and non-members, the conference is geared toward decision-making executives. Over 1,000 CEOs, COOs, CTOs, CIOs, VPs, etc. attend.