Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship
The Lee-Chin Institute's purpose is to help current and future business leaders integrate corporate citizenship into business strategy and practices. The Lee-Chin Institute is the focal point for corporate citizenship initiatives at Rotman, actively developing and disseminating useful research, tools and curricula.
The work of the Lee-Chin Institute is to create and disseminate a robust actionable models and tools for making business decisions about corporate citizenship for current and future business leaders.
The Lee-Chin Institute's academic director is Roger Martin, who provides strategic direction and oversight for the Institute as well as contributes to its primary research program.
Yue Li is a Fellow of the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship and Associate Professor of Accounting, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, conducting ongoing research on environmental accounting practices and participating in the review of Lee-Chin Institute grants to faculty and PhD students.
Rod Lohin is Executive Director of the Lee-Chin Institute, overseeing the Institute’s research, grants, consulting projects and initiatives to reach business leaders and engage MBA students in corporate citizenship.
Alison Kemper , PhD, Senior Research Officer, providing insight and research support to the Lee-Chin Institute.