„Having a career with purpose starts with a realization that there is something fundamentally wrong with society or that there are particular gaps in the way specific social issues are being addressed.(...)
In addition to becoming aware of and committed to a pressing social issue or injustice, it’s very motivating to discover something that inspires you to get more directly involved in corporate social responsibility and social change.
As an undergrad, Marcus Chung heard the President at his university give an award to a woman who was Chief Diversity Officer at a large, multi-national company. »It was the first time I’d ever heard of a position like hers – one that worked to improve business from within and align it to a ‘nobler’ mission beyond pure profit,« says Chung. »That first exposure to a values-driven business role ultimately sparked my interest in pursuing a CSR career«.”