Sustainable strides

We received some terrific news last week.  CA Technologies was named the ninth “greenest” company in America, in Newsweek’s just released 2011 Green Rankings – up from 46 last year.  And last month, we were accepted to the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (both the Global and North America indexes).  Needless to say, I’m over the moon!  It’s been very gratifying as it validates that the commitments we’ve made to sustainability are paying off and being recognized (while at the same time, we know just how far we can still go.)  

As you may know, we are committed to being a trusted source of information for our employees, sustainability leaders and green team members in other organizations, and business people looking for insights into how to practically and profitably make their organization more sustainable.

One of the recent ‘adds’ to help us achieve this mission is a new Twitter handle, @CAsustain. Please add this to the Twitter feeds you follow from CA Technologies.

We want this effort to result in a conversation, not simply a one way street. Reader feedback, interaction and insights will help shape and improve our efforts as we endeavor to help CA Technologies and every business become greener, more sustainable and more profitable.

We look forward to continuing our work to be a trusted source of insight and information for you on your road to sustainability.

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Cynthia Curtis

As vice president and chief sustainability officer, Cynthia oversees the CA Technologies Office of Sustainability and is responsible for global sustainability strategy and initiatives for the company. Cynthia also meets with customers looking to use IT management solutions to further their sustainability efforts. Since joining CA Technologies in 2010, Cynthia has established a track record with measurable results for the company's sustainability program. She has extended the scope of the company’s sustainability initiatives, and established a cross-functional advisory board and program management office. In addition, she has helped enhance the environmental performance of CA Technologies operations by working with internal teams to further leverage the use of the company’s energy, carbon and sustainability management solution, CA ecoSoftware. Cynthia earned a master of business administration degree from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a bachelor of arts degree from Boston College. She speaks German and lives in a LEED-certified home in Massachusetts.

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