Jeff Lundy, PhD
Manager, Research, Corporate Citizenship Center
Jeff Lundy joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center in February 2012 to oversee and advance its research agenda. In this role, Jeff works with our network of companies to create their Business for Good Map presence. He also manages the Foundation's thematic maps (e.g. disaster aid, environmental innovation, etc.). As a key member of the content team, Jeff also provides analysis and reporting on a broad range of issues in corporate citizenship.
Jeff previously served as a consultant for Empower Partners LLC, a social enterprise developing marketing models to help underserved inner-city businesses tailor their product lines to local consumers. Prior to that, he was an intern at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), where he selected several new technologies for a test run, in order to improve the Bureau’s capture of respondent data.
Jeff earned his PhD in Economic Sociology from the University of California, San Diego and completed a research assistantship at the University of Michigan. He also holds an MA in sociology from U. Cal - San Diego and a BA in sociology from New College of Florida.