SGI launches new four-year strategy

At the Oct. 12th member meeting, SGI members approved the adoption of the strategic plan for 2022-2025. Building upon the 2018 strategic plan, this one continues in the framework of the three pillars from the previous plan: Making a Difference, Empowering Members, and Building Capacity. The new plan comes at a confluence of significant events: the COVID-19 pandemic, rising concern for the climate crisis, and a renewed awareness of the call for racial justice and equity, as well as a growing interest in sustainable investing.

SGI Board President Cindy Bohlen said, “I am so very thankful for the contributions of members and staff to the development of this strategic plan. It gives direction and invites collaboration toward fulfilling SGI’s mission to ‘build a more just and sustainable world for those most vulnerable by integrating social and environmental values into corporate and investor actions.’ This work is imperative to build a resilient society for all.”

To read the plan in full, please visit here.

Introducing SGI’s 2018-2020 Strategic Plan

Dear SGI members and friends,

On behalf of the SGI Board, I am proud to present the SGI Strategic Plan for 2018-2020.  This marks a renewed beginning for us as an organization and a structural shift from a “founder-focused mission” to a “member-led coalition.”  We embrace the same passion, focus and values as our founders.  We will continue Fr. Mike’s legacy and mission to “bring Good News to the poor and the planet.”  We will work collaboratively with “ICCR and others to improve corporate decision-making and public policy on environmental, social and governance issues.”  We created the path for our future.  We welcome you to join with us, promote SGI and participate fully in this mission.

 

Faithfully,
Dan Tretow
Board President