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About Bea Boccalandro (short version)

Bea Boccalandro is a corporate purpose, CSR (corporate social responsibility) and ESG (environment social governance) author, advisor and college instructor on a mission to make everybody’s work meaningful. She’s the author of Do Good at Work and the president of VeraWorks. Bea has appeared in Harvard Business Review and Forbes and her clients include Disney, IBM, TOMS Shoes and Toyota.

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About Bea Boccalandro (long version)

Bea Boccalandro is a world renowned corporate purpose, CSR (corporate social responsibility) and ESG (environment social governance) advisor, speaker and teacher. She is the author of Do Good at Work: How Simple Acts of Social Purpose Drive Success and Wellbeing (New York: Morgan James Publishing, 2021), which helps anybody in any job do meaningful work. The book has received critical acclaim for being transformative and enjoyable. Wharton professor and New York Times bestselling author Adam Grant, for example, named it a top book of the year saying it was “fun to read.” Furthermore, Midwest Book Review recommends Do Good at Work as a “life changing, life enhancing read,” University of Michigan Professor Victor Strecher said it’s a “science-backed really good book” he “fell in love with” and Amazon reviewers rate it 4.8 out of 5. 

Bea has been published in Harvard Business ReviewThe Boston Globe and other major publications; and has been featured on Forbes, FOX TV, the TEDx stage and other media outlets. As founder and president of the global purpose/CSR/ESG advisory firm, VeraWorks, Bea has worked with Aetna, Bank of America, Disney, Eventbrite, FedEx, HP, John Hancock, IBM, Levi’s, PwC, TOMS Shoes, Toyota, Western Digital and dozens of other companies. 

Bea also has over 15 years of experience teaching corporate purpose and CSR at Georgetown University, Boston College and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Over 80% of student evaluations have rated her teaching a perfect 5 out of 5. Furthermore, her speeches delivered across dozens of countries, in both English and Spanish, have inspired tens of thousands of people. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela, but today lives with her husband in San Clemente, California, where she’s a proud Rotarian and comically bad surfer.

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About Do Good at Work

There’s finally a thoroughly enjoyable book on how to make work meaningful! Do Good at Work: How Simple Acts of Social Purpose Drive Success and Wellbeing by Bea Boccalandro weaves rigorous evidence, captivating stories, pen and ink illustrations and more than 100 real-world examples into concrete ways anybody in any job can ignite workplace purpose and consequently become more successful, fulfilled and happy. Wharton professor and New York Times bestselling author Adam Grant named Do Good at Work a top book of 2021, Midwest Book Review recommends it as a “life changing, life enhancing read,” Amazon reviewers rate it a 4.9 out of 5 and University of Michigan Professor Victor Strecher said it’s a “science-backed really good book” he “fell in love with.” Learn more.

Reviews for Do Good at Work
“Actionable and fun to read.”

—Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Think Again, Originals and Give and Take and host of the TED podcast “WorkLife”

“Unique, original, practical, inspiring, Do Good at Work: How Simple Acts of Social Purpose Drive Success and Wellbeing is unreservedly recommended as a life changing, life enhancing read for anyone having difficulty with their present employment.”

—Midwest Book Review

“Written in a light, humorous style and dotted with pen and ink illustrations by the author, Do Good at Work is an easy read that offers terrific, very practical advice on how to make your work life more meaningful.”


“You can’t get what’s here anywhere else. The author, an expert in her field, creates a deeply affecting work of art combined with thoroughly researched findings, personal narrative and her own portrait sketches. A lot more makes it unique. Ms. Boccalandro fully shows the central importance of bringing social purpose to work, brings dozens of examples shown with a novelist’s eye, deals with resistance and objections and the reality of work pressures and, after all that, invites the reader to be in contact with her if they can’t find a way to implement what she’s writing about. I don’t know any other author who’s done that. The author also addresses the essential point that the actions we take turn us into the kind of person we are. Every day, by the actions we take or resist taking, we become someone closer to our authentic self—or someone more distant. She makes a powerful case, a stupendous invitation: participate in transforming the world through everyday small activities and become who you really are by doing so. Almost everyone can take up this book and be informed, supported and inspired. Read it yourself and recommend it to others. Remember seeing or reading The Color Purple or hearing Aretha Franklin for the first time? This book is like that.”

—James Flaherty, founder of New Ventures West, co-founder of Integral Leadership LLC and author of Coaching: Evoking Excellence in Others

“Do Good at Work is both a riveting and vital read for corporate leaders, especially now. The events of 2020 have demonstrated that companies need to play an increasingly larger role in the broader society. Bea Boccalandro guides us to this future. Using engaging writing and sound research, she shows us that it’s possible to infuse every employee’s work with purpose in a way that benefits society, employees and the business. Do Good at Work is transformative: It turns its readers into inspired leaders.”

—Jan Jones Blackhurst, member of the Caesars Entertainment Board of Directors and former Mayor of Las Vegas

“I would put Do Good at Work as among the best business books ever—for both managers and non-managers. It’s inspiring yet practical, eye-opening yet digestible and soundly researched yet deeply engaging. Its advice is so practical one wonders why it has taken so long for the word to get out.”

—Cynthia Currin, Vice President, JBS International

“I fell in love with this book! It touched me in a personal way. Its self-effacing style makes it fun and super accessible. As a scientist, I run into a lot of books where I wonder ‘where’s the science in this?’ Not this one! In fact, I kept flipping to the back thinking ‘Whoa! She has another awesome reference.’ Do Good at Work is also replete with practical real-world people and real-world companies. It’s simply a really, really good book!”

—Vic Strecher, Professor, University of Michigan Schools of Public Health and Medicine, Founder and CEO of Kumanu and author of Life on Purpose and the graphic novel, On Purpose

“As a professor and organizational/leadership development consultant, I have learned that to be a great, agile and future-ready organization or leader, we must be focused on lifting with purpose. We must do good at work. There is no better person to deliver this message than Bea Boccalandro. Do Good at Work should be on every leader’s shortlist of books to read this year. I am excited for all of the good that will come to this world because of it.”

—Ryan Gottfredson, author of Wall Street Journal and USA Today national bestseller, Success Mindsets

“Do Good at Work is a wonderful read that will inspire frontline workers, managers and leaders to enhance the work environment to create higher purpose and effect positive outcomes. In turn, this will provide value to employees, owners and communities—a win-win-win strategy. The author uses both quantitative research results and memorable anecdotes to make a compelling case for why we should all work to evolve and transform the workplace.”

—Tom Mutryn, CFO, CACI International and former CFO, US Airways

“I LOVED Do Good at Work! Its insightful writing provides compelling stories and characters throughout the book that drive home the impactful message that our jobs can provide us with more than just an income; they can provide us with a sense of purpose. Interesting, funny, and engaging, it is also packed with data-driven evidence and strategies to help workers at any level within their organization make their work more meaningful. I encourage everyone to pick up this book and make the investment in themselves; you’ll be immensely glad you did.”

—Chris Lacey, Founder and President, Autism ALERT, Inc.