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Proxy Preview 2018 was made possible with the cooperation of the following proponents, either individually or through shareholder advocacy coordinators that include most prominently: AFSCME, the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, the Ceres Coalition, the Center for Political Accountability and the Investors Environmental Health Network.

AFL-CIO, Amalgamated Bank, American Baptist Church, Amnesty International, Simon Billenness, Lily Bowles, Andrew Dale, Arjuna Capital, Azzad Asset Management, Baldwin Brothers, Benedictine Sisters of Boerne, Texas, Boston CAM, Calvert Investments, Catholic Health Initiatives, CB Wealth Generation, Change to Win, Christensen Fund, Clean Yield Asset Management, Domini Social Investments, Don Wichert, Edith P. Homans Family Trust, Elizabeth S. Bowles, Episcopal Church, Eve S. Sprunt, First Affirmative Financial Network, Flyers Rights Education Fund, Friends Fiduciary, George Gund Foundation, Green Century, Harrington Investments, Heartland Initiative, Holy Land Principles, Humane Society of the U.S., Illinois State Treasurer, Investors for Opioid Accountability, James McRitchie, Jantz Management, Jennifer H. McDowell, Jing Zhao, Kenneth Fink, Max and Anna Levinson Foundation, Mercy for Animals, Mercy Investment Services, Miller/Howard Investments, Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Myra K. Young, Nathan Cummings Foundation, NYSCRF, Norman Fulton, NorthStar Asset Management, NYC Pension Funds, Organization United for Respect, Oxfam America, Park Foundation, Patricia Silver, Pax World Funds, PETA, Philadelphia Public Employees Retirement System, Presbyterian Church (USA), Proxy Impact, Rhode Island Pension Fund, Richard M. Brown, Sam and Wendy Hitt Family Trust, Sarah Moore, School Sisters of Notre Dame, Central Pacific, Segal Marco Advisors, SEIU Master Trust, Sierra Club, Socially Responsible Investment Coalition, Sisters of Divine Providence, Sisters of St. Francis of Phila., Sisters of the Presentation BVM, Stephen Sacks, Stewart W. Taggart, Sustainvest Asset Management, Teamsters, The Sustainability Group, Trillium Asset Management, Trinity Health, UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, Unitarian Universalists, UNITE HERE, United Church Funds, United Steel Workers, Ursuline Sisters of Tildonk, Walden Asset Management and Zevin Asset Management.

Research and editorial support were provided by As You Sow staff members Andrew Behar, Danielle Fugere, Conrad MacKerron, Betsy McMahon, Sarah Milne, Cody Mitcheltree, Cyrus Nemati, Zoey Olbum, Rosanna Landis Weaver, Austin Wilson and media consultant Stefanie Spear; Si2’s research director, Robin Young and Si2 editor Carolyn Mathiasen.

In addition, the authors want to extend special thanks to those who contributed additional information or otherwise helped in the production, including John Opet at art270, Julie Wokaty of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, who was invaluable in providing information about faith-based organizations’ work, and Rob Berridge and Dan Mitler of Ceres.