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Docklander recognised for global leadership

04 Nov 2020

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Local resident and former Docklands News sustainability columnist Kaushik Sridhar was recently acknowledged in the top 100 of a global ranking on corporate social responsibility (CSR) leadership.

Canadian-based supply chain data company Assent Compliance runs the annual CSR Top 100 Awards – a “who’s who” of those around the globe driving significant impacts across various organisations in sustainability, human rights and/or corporate governance.

Mr Sridhar, who’s lived in Docklands since 2015, was impressively ranked number eight on the overall list for 2020 for his work over more than 14 years in a range of academic and commercial roles.

While he is no stranger to achieving great things, he described the moment as one of the proudest of his career, having been listed along- side CSR influencers from some of the world’s largest companies.

Mr Sridhar will soon relocate to Sydney having taken on a new role as group manager of social responsibility and environmental, social corporate governance (ESG) at the ASX-listed Evolution Mining.

Congratulations from the team at Docklands News Kaushik, and thank you for your contributions to our local community!

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