Ms. Rembert is responsible for working with the Director of Catholic Responsible Investing℠ (CRI) to plan and implement CBIS’ CRI program with a focus on active ownership - engaging with boards and corporate management to encourage the implementation of robust environmental, human rights, and corporate governance policies and practices.
Ms. Rembert joined CBIS in 2016. She has 17 years of experience in the industry, with a successful track record of both U.S. and international corporate engagement on a range of sustainability issues, including climate change, responsible lending, governance, and worker rights. Most recently, Tracey worked for six years as director of Investor Programs at Ceres, mobilizing investors and companies to accelerate their adoption of sustainable business practices. She also headed Ceres’ Investor Initiative for Sustainable Exchanges, a coalition of investors focused on engagement with stock exchanges globally to improve sustainability reporting standards. Tracey previously worked at The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment (U.S. SIF) as head of its Shareholder Action Network, and at the Service Employees International Union’s Master Trust Fund and at Pax World Funds, where she was the governance and engagement officer at both organizations.
Ms. Rembert has authored several guides on shareholder advocacy, including co-publishing with BlackRock in 2015 a national guide for large institutional investors entitled 21st Century Engagement: Investor Strategies for Incorporating ESG Considerations into Corporate Interactions. Tracey holds a B.A. and M.A. in English from Humboldt State University, with an environmental writing concentration.