BSR Members Only
Date and Time
December 15, 2022
1:00 pm-2:00 pm CET
2022 has been a pivotal year for the future of sustainability reporting. As we enter a new era of mandatory sustainability reporting, BSR members are strengthening their reporting processes and governance and building new cross-functional coalitions. Throughout 2022, BSR’s Future of Reporting Collaborative Initiative has helped its members navigate the fast-changing reporting landscape, built an ongoing dialogue with standard setters, as well as created a safe space for companies to share challenges and best practices.
Join us for a dialogue with European Future of Reporting members to discuss the current state of play of sustainability regulation in Europe and to learn how peers are preparing for the future of reporting.
About Future of Reporting: A yearlong BSR Collaborative Initiative (CI), the Future of Reporting CI brings together reporting practitioners and subject experts to keep up to date on the reporting space, discuss and plan for implications of mandatory disclosure, and share insights on best practice.
- Annika Baumann, Senior Manager Reporting & ESG Ratings, Zalando SE
- Sarah Dyson, Head of Corporate Responsibility, GSK
- Grace Philip, Sustainability Reporting Manager, AstraZeneca
- Lilli-Jane Popp, Sustainability Specialist, SAP
- Alessia D’Ascanio, Manager, BSR
Alessia works with BSR member companies across industries on sustainability management, including stakeholder engagement, materiality, strategy, and reporting, among other topics. She manages BSR’s Future of Reporting collaboration, a group of companies sharing reporting best practices and tracking the regulatory landscape in the US and EU.
Alessia brings with her nearly 8 years of experience in sustainability reporting. Prior to joining BSR, Alessia worked in the financial services sector within sustainability teams managing the publication of sustainability reports and ranking and rating submissions. She also worked at GRI where she helped companies better understand and use the GRI Standards.
Alessia holds a BSc in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. A Canadian and Italian national, she speaks English, Italian and French.