Deborah Leipziger is an author, professor, and advisor in the fields of corporate responsibility (CR) and sustainability. She advises companies, governments, and UN agencies on human rights and sustainability issues. She has advised leading multinational companies on strategic and supply chain issues, as well as a wide range of CR initiatives, including the UN Global Compact, the Global Reporting Initiative, the UN Environment Programme, and Social Accountability International. She is the author of The Corporate Responsibility Code Book, now in its third edition (Greenleaf, 2015). She is a co-author of Creating Social Value: A Guide for Leaders and Change Makers, (Greenleaf, 2014), Living Corporate Citizenship (FT, 2002), and Corporate Citizenship: Successful Strategies of Responsible Companies, (FT, 1998). She is the author of Social Accountability 8000: The Definitive Guide to the New Social Standard (FT Prentice Hall, 2001). Her books have been translated into Portuguese, French, Korean, and Chinese. Ms. Leipziger is a Senior Fellow at the Lewis Institute at Babson College. Deborah currently teaches a class on People, Planet, and Profits at the Simmons School of Management. She has served as a Lecturer in the Bard MBA in Sustainability Program. Deborah serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Corporate Citizenship.