Opportunities with ASBN


Opportunities with ASBN

Opportunities with ASBN

American Sustainable Business Network (ASBN) is a movement builder in partnership with the business and investor community. ASBN develops and advocates solutions for policymakers, business leaders, and investors that support an equitable, regenerative, and just economy that benefits all⁠—people and planet. As a multi-issue, membership organization advocating on behalf of every business sector, size, and geography, ASBN and its association members collectively represent over 250,000 businesses across our networks.

ASBN was founded through the merger of the American Sustainable Business Council and Social Venture Circle. Learn more about the history of ASBC and SVC here.


Our mission is to inform, connect, and mobilize business leaders and investors to transform the public and private sectors toward a just and sustainable economy. 


Our vision is a sustainable economy that is stakeholder-driven, regenerative, just, and prosperous.

Values Statement

ASBN believes that justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion must be at the foundation for how we conduct ourselves, our public policy advocacy, and our businesses and investment activity, as we cultivate and grow our community and programs. With clear intent and earnest effort, we will engage our community, and seek leaders in the field to ensure that our impact matches our vision.


Director of Policy & Advocacy for Inclusive Economy

ASBN is seeking a knowledgeable and driven sustainability focused policy and advocacy professional with at least four years of experience working with public and private stakeholders to serve as ASBN’s Director of Policy & Advocacy for Inclusive Economy (“role.”) This professional will also have demonstrated experience leading programs and/or advocating for local, state or federal policy on one or more of the following issues: BIPOC, Women, Small Business Enterprises (MWSBE), LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, Sustainable Community & Economic Development, Local economies, Financial I