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Sister act: How a Philadelphia nun faced up to Wall Street
by Tom McCarthy
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17 December 2017
On 17 December 2017 The Guardian reported:
Sister Nora Nash is on a mission. Her goals include keeping families out of shelters, poison out of drinking water, and children out of sweatshops. And the attire is strictly boardroom. As director of the corporate social responsibility office for the Sisters of St Francis of Philadelphia, an order of about 400 Roman Catholic nuns located south-west of the city, Nash has worked for years to get the hundreds of companies that populate the nuns' bulging stock portfolio to behave better. Her exploits have made her an unlikely face of conscientious capitalism . . .
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The goal is not confrontation, Nash said, but to work together with companies to encourage stronger environmental policies, better product safety, cleaner supply chains, and less preying on customers.
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