For the fourth time, Dan Bross '71, a Catawba College alumnus and trustee, is included in the Trust Across America – Trust Around the World's (TAA-TAW) listing of the Top Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business. Bross, of Bellevue, Wash., serves as Senior Director Corporate Citizenship at Microsoft, Inc.
Bross was included in the 2010 inaugural list of the Top Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business and has been included every year since then. This honor comes after months of work and review of hundreds of applications by a team of independent judges. The award is administered by Trust Across America - Trust Around the World (TAA-TAW).
According to Barbara Kimmel, Executive Director of TAA-TAW, "The release of this fourth annual list coincides with the first anniversary of Trust Across America's Campaign for Trust™, a collaborative initiative to reverse the cycle of mistrust."
The 100 recipients making this year's list hail from around the globe and once again include leaders from the public and private sectors as well as authors, consultants, researchers and academics. Each honoree has made an extensive and positive contribution to building trust in organizations and can collectively transform the way organizations do business.
In his role at Microsoft (www.microsoft.com), Bross leads a team with Citizenship responsibilities focused on human rights; supply chain management; environmental sustainability; and corporate governance. He also manages Microsoft's relationship with the World Economic Forum.
For the complete listing of the 2014 Top Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business visit: www.trustacrossamerica.com.