Oversight & Committees

Asana’s ESG efforts are regularly reviewed and evaluated with oversight at both the board and management levels. Our leadership’s involvement in ESG helps provide crucial guidance as we pursue our ESG goals and commitments.

Board-level ESG oversight

Our nominating and corporate governance committee, or the nominating committee, is tasked with overseeing and making recommendations to management and the board around ESG-related matters including:

Corporate social

Corporate governance

The environment


Public policy

The nominating committee, which held five meetings during the 2022 fiscal year, also works with the Board to ensure that the Board has a diverse mix of viewpoints and experience represented. Consistent with our values, the Board and each committee undergoes an annual self-evaluation process, which is used in determining the characteristics and critical skills required for nomination and reelection to the Board.

In addition to our nominating committee, we have an audit committee that reports to the board on issues including enterprise risk assessment and risk management. The Audit Committee regularly reviews significant cybersecurity issues and concerns, including information security, data privacy, and related regulatory matters and compliance.

Management-level oversight

ESG Steering Committee

This cross-functional committee is responsible for developing and monitoring a range of environmental, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, sustainability, and other public policy matters relevant to Asana, our business, and our key stakeholders. This committee’s work includes developing our strategy; guiding and tracking our goals, policies, and practices; and shaping our messaging and disclosure on ESG. The ESG steering committee charter was approved by the nominating committee, and the nominating committee meets periodically to review Asana’s approach to ESG matters.

Governance of ESG