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After an exceptional tenure as executive director, Patti Lynn will be moving into a new role at Corporate Accountability by the end of 2024. Read her reflection on her time at the organization and what's next.

After an exceptional tenure as executive director, Patti Lynn will be moving into a new role at Corporate Accountability by the end of 2024. The board of directors is grateful for the ample time that Patti has provided to execute this transition—and we are thrilled that she will be staying on as an organizer and fundraiser.

: Ari Rubenstein, a young white organizer with Corporate Accountability, holds a sign that says “National Parks Think Outside the Bottle.” He is high above the scenic background behind him--blue sky, ocean, and trees.

Long-term campaigning to challenge corporations works! We’re celebrating a string of victories challenging the bottled water industry’s abuses. This is what it looks like to build a movement to protect life-giving water from corporate greed.

Crowds gather and march down the streets of New York City demanding climate justice. Five people of different ages and backgrounds carry a banner that reads "System change not climate change."

With your support, we’re moving the dial on climate action and building a fierce movement to stop corporate abuse.

Several members of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council have ties to private water corporations.

A heap of plastic drink bottles and soda cans.

Relatório revela que os gigantes de alimentos e bebidas empregam uma rede de iniciativas de RSE com pouca responsabilização que ...

Un informe revela que los gigantes de la alimentación y las bebidas emplean una red de iniciativas de RSE con ...

Learn more about how we organized together toward impact in our fiscal year 2023 Annual Report. 

An upright fist surrounded by a circle of people holding hands. All of the figures are orange.

The better funded and more connected our movements are, the more impact we will all have. Learn more about the Movement Solidarity Fund.

Martin Vilela, climate campaign organizers, speaks into a microphone to a crowd of organizers. Martin has dark hair, light brown skin, and glasses. He wears a pin-striped shirt and headphones rest on his neck. Behind him, a black and red banner reads: Que Paguen! - the campaign's slogan.

Together, we called out abusive corporations for PR schemes and rallied elected officials to kick Big Polluters out. Read more in our newsletter!

Corporate Accountability is looking for a new Executive Director