The Net Impact graduate chapter at Olin Business School has been awarded gold standing, an achievement reserved for Net Impact’s top chapters. With more than 375 chapters worldwide, Net Impact seeks to inspire and empower leaders as they work toward a more sustainable world. Congratulations to the team, led by chapter President Ricardo Mexia and chapter adviser Dan Elfenbein, for their outstanding work.

Chapters achieve gold standing by going “above and beyond basic requirements, offering their local members a wide variety of unique opportunities to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world,” according to the organization’s website.

“Chapters achieve gold status by meeting a rigorous set of requirements based on their activities, programming, membership, and community contributions,” wrote Net Impact CEO Liz Maw in her recognition letter. “The leader of the Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis Net Impact graduate chapter and their advisor have done outstanding work on campus and beyond.”