ESG Standards and Metrics

April 01, 2021
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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So you want to report on sustainability? How do you best measure, analyze and communicate your sustainability efforts to investors, vendors and other stakeholders.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understanding the complex landscape of ESG reporting standards
  • Adopting ESG goals with performance-focused view of key metrics
  • Harnessing cross-functional orchestration of data collection, accuracy and reporting


Jonathan Beigle,
President and CEO of Ridgeline Royalties

Jonathan Beigle, CFA® is President and CEO of Ridgeline Royalties. Prior to founding Ridgeline, Jonathan was a part of Newmont Corporation’s award-winning IR program. While Jonathan was at Newmont, IR Magazine named Newmont “Best in Sector: Materials” in 2020. In addition, Institutional Investor magazine named Newmont as the #1 IR Team in metals and mining in 2020. Jonathan is also a member of National Investor Relations Institute’s 2020 “40 Under 40” class. Prior to Newmont, Jonathan spent 11 years at Manning & Napier Advisors, an institutional investment firm with ~$40 billion in assets under management based in Rochester, NY. Jonathan has a Masters of Mining Engineering & Management from the South Dakota School of Mines and a bachelor’s degree in Business from Liberty University. Jonathan is also a CFA® charterholder.

Carrie Christopher. Director, Sustainability Reporting, Newmont Corp.

Carrie Christopher is a seasoned, multi-sector sustainability reporting professional leading initiatives for corporate reporting, climate disclosures; materiality assessments and ESG research, ratings and rankings response on behalf of issuers. She brings a strong understanding of rapidly evolving ESG reporting space and is actively engaged in the global convergence of non-financial and financial reporting standards designed to communicate long-term value creation to investor audiences.

As Newmont Corporation’s Director of Sustainability Reporting, Ms. Christopher is responsible for navigating the rapidly evolving landscape of global reporting standards and applying those to Newmont’s annual sustainability report, materiality assessments and ESG research and ratings responses. Denver-based Newmont [NYSE: NEM], a $53B materials sector multinational, is the world’s leading gold company and the second-most transparent reporter in the S&P500; a DJSI-World listed company for 14 consecutive years; and the gold industry ESG leader as evaluated by SAM S&P’s global Corporate Sustainability Assessment for five years running.

Prior to her work at Newmont, Carrie provided sustainability consulting services for Fortune 500 clients of a global strategic and technical energy and climate consultancy; founded and co-owned a national boutique sustainability reporting and strategy consulting firm (a women-owned B Corp); and oversaw sustainability and climate reporting and sustainability programs for a publicly traded utility. Carrie began her career providing research and communications support for leading global private equity and institutional asset management firms.

Drew Domoto MBA, Principal and Founder, Domoto Brands
Drew Domoto is the Principal and Founder of Domoto Brands (Domoto), a sustainability focused, brand transformation, and marketing communications agency located in Denver, Colorado. Drew brings nearly 20 years of industry experience working domestically and internationally for Fortune 500 companies, startup ventures, nonprofit organizations, universities, and municipalities. Leveraging transferable insights from diverse industrial sectors, Domoto integrates core values, strategy, and sustainability into the value creation process. Domoto is proud to be a Certified B-Corporation, a community of over 3,500 global companies dedicated to using business as a force for good.  Drew holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Communications from Jacksonville University (Jacksonville, FL), an MBA with dual concentrations in Marketing and Managing for Sustainability at the University of Colorado Denver, as well as a Certificate in Entrepreneurial Studies from the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship.

Nicolai Lundy. Director of Partnerships & Market Outreach, SASB
Nicolai Lundy is SASB’s Director of Partnerships and Market Outreach, where he identifies opportunities for financial reporting professionals, sustainability professionals, and investment analysts to benefit from SASB’s research on financially material ESG factors across 77 industries. SASB standardizes the measurement of sustainability topics have financial impacts on company value, such as safety-related defects for automobile companies, data security for software companies, and water scarcity for agricultural companies. In his role, Nicolai oversees SASB’s education, membership, and licensing programs as well as outreach to investors and civil society. He led the development of SASB’s credential program – the Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting (FSA).

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CREDITS: 1.00 CPE Basic 
METHOD: Group Internet Based 
NASBA FIELD OF STUDY: Specialized Knowledge 


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