RWI Faculty

RWI seeks to advance our collective understanding through interdisciplinary research in employee volunteering and workplace giving. The RW Institute provides a forum for the RWI Faculty, a multidisciplinary and global group of researchers, to explore common ground and directly connect academics not only with CSR managers who are responsible for implementing and managing employee volunteering and giving programs within the private sector, but also with stakeholders across other sectors of society.

To make these connections and advance this field of practice requires the following:

  • A forum that brings researchers from across multiple disciplines together with those responsible for implementing and managing employee volunteering and giving programs within the private sector as well as stakeholders across other sectors of society

  • The pursuit of common ground among areas of research with potentially conflicting concepts and frameworks of understanding through interdisciplinary research process

  • The search for and inclusion of research that may not be seen as directly connected to the practice of employee volunteering and workplace giving

 

Andrew Crane

Director, Centre for Business, Organizations and Society at University of Bath School of Management

Lonneke Roza

Post doctoral researcher in the area of Corporate Community Involvement and Corporate Philanthropy, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

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Peter Devereux

Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute and Forum Research, Practice, Policy and Learning Group (Forum RPPL Group)

Jessica Rodell

Associate Professor, Department of Management, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

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Rebecca Jackson

Ph.D. Performance Improvement Consultant, Federal Volunteer Opportunities Liaison