Justina Nixon-Saintildrives strategic, socially responsible programmatic investments that enable IBM’s technology and talent to address some of society’s biggest challenges worldwide.
The CSR programs Justina manages enable IBM and its employees to transform their altruism into reality. Some of these resources, such as IBM Service Corps, rely on skilled employee volunteerism to foster community success and well-being; they demonstrate the power of technology when combined with humanity. Other initiatives she leads, such as P-TECH, Open P-TECH, and SkillsBuild, use multi-sector partnerships to help create more inclusive and innovative schools and workforce. She also spearheads corporate practices that underpin the company’s tradition of uncompromising ethics and transparency in its operations and environmental footprint.
As IBM’s ESG focal point, Justina communicates these ideals by spearheading the company’s annual Corporate Responsibility reporting, as well as articulating the company’s “Good Tech” narrative to stakeholders, including investors.
Justina, who is an Aspen Institute First Mover Fellow, earned her Master of Business Administration from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business and her bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo.