Lucille Pilling

Dr. Lucille Pilling is a corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategist who teaches graduate courses in CSR at New York University. Her firm, Pilling and Associates, collaborates with corporations and nonprofit organizations to develop and implement CSR strategies and multi-organizational initiatives. Pilling’s involvement with corporate social responsibility began on the nonprofit side negotiating public private partnerships to improve public health funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Kellogg Foundation, USAID, and the World Bank. She directed the health initiative at the Corporate Council on Africa, served as vice president at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and managed public health programs in Africa and Latin America for 13 years. Her book Global Health Alliance: Lessons Learned was published in 2007. An article on the integration of brand and social responsibility was published in October 2009; a webinar on the integration of CSR and corporate philanthropy was conducted in June 2009. Pilling earned both an EdD in Organization and Leadership and a Masters in Public Health from Columbia University and a BS in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania.

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