David Logan is the co-founder of The Corporate Citizenship Company, a specialist corporate responsibility consultancy that is based in London. David has over 25 years frontline experience in managing corporate responsibility issues for international companies.
He has worked extensively on corporate social responsibility issues in Europe, the USA and more than 20 emerging markets of Africa, Asia and Latin America, including studies of socially responsible sourcing and child labour. His work for Cadbury Schweppes has included visiting five pilot countries to review the company's application of their human rights and ethical trading policy. For Unilever his work has included advising on business codes and principles, writing the first Social Review in 2000 based on the global CSR Self-Assessment survey of 9 countries and helping manage the joint study with Oxfam on the impact of Unilever Indonesia.
He has published several studies on issues like the impact of HIV/AIDS on business and how the lack of healthcare impacts on the productivity of women workers in developing countries.
Prior to establishing The Corporate Citizenship Company, David worked for Levi Strauss & Co (1980-87) where he was Director of Special Programs, supporting the work of the company's Corporate Responsibility and Ethics Committee researching key ethics and social responsibility concerns worldwide and supporting line managers in issue management.
David is British and a graduate of London University, with an MA degree in Philosophy and an Advanced Diploma in Education. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of the National College of Ireland, and a Visiting Fellow in corporate responsibility at the City University, New York.