Founder, President Emerita
Social Accountability International
Alice Tepper Marlin is the Founder and President Emerita of Social Accountability International (SAI), a global NGO advancing human rights at work. She has been a pioneer in the field of corporate social responsibility for half a century. She began her career as a Securities Analyst and Labor Economist in 1966. Ms. Tepper Marlin designed and administered the first social investment portfolio management service and was one of the first women securities analysts on Wall Street. In 1969, she founded the Council on Economic Priorities (CEP) and served as its President and CEO for 33 years. In 1997, she established Social Accountability International, convening a diverse group of stakeholders to promote decent work everywhere. She led SAI as its President and CEO, and is currently a member of its Advisory Board and Board of Directors.