"I am passionate about corporate responsibility and the potential it has to create change. I feel very privileged to be a part of such a highly engaged and high performing team at ACCSR. We are helping to shape the future of Australian businesses." Stephanie Sterck, Senior Consultant

Stephanie Sterck

Senior Consultant

Stephanie is a Senior Consultant with ACCSR, having joined the team in 2016. She is a corporate responsibility professional with over five years’ experience in developing strategy and ensuring smooth implementation. Stephanie is a certified GRI trainer with ample experience in facilitation. Her work program at ACCSR includes strategy, research, shared value and sustainability reporting.

Preceding ACCSR, Stephanie worked in NAB’s Corporate Responsibility Strategy team. Here she developed NAB’s shared value strategy, utilising a framework developed by Harvard Professor Kash Rangan. This framework took into consideration NAB’s program theories of change and established a path forward to ensure appropriate impact measurement. Furthermore, she worked across a number of projects focusing on stakeholder engagement and issues management including the bank’s divestment work. She is an expert in major international frameworks for corporate responsibility.

Prior to this Stephanie worked with NAB’s Community Finance and Development team, specialising in program development for the purposes of improving low income Australians’ access to financial services. Here Stephanie managed and redesigned the AddsUP Savings Plan Program in collaboration with Good Shepherd Microfinance to ensure desired impact achievement. The AddsUP Savings Plan is a matched savings program helping people living on low incomes develop financial independence.

Stephanie has strong strategy, project management and sustainability reporting skills – and a passion for corporate responsibility.

Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Business, majoring in economics and finance from RMIT University and is currently completing a Graduate Certificate in Social Impact at Swinburne University. She is also the head of the Global Goals Academy for the United Nations Association of Australia.

 

Latest blog posts by Stephanie

A challenge to business: tackle the acute challenges for Australia through the Sustainable Development Goals