Speakers and Respondents for Workforce Perspectives on Accreditation for Sustainability Programs in Higher Education session 1 are below.
Vice President of Sustainability at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Advises leaders in the public, private, and higher-education sectors, leading institutions through sustainability strategy processes and operations.
Sustainability and Resilience Director, City of Tempe, A.Z.
Founded the city’s Office of Sustainability and Resilience and works with city departments on reaching sustainability targets in energy, transportation, waste, water, land use, local food, housing, and social issues.
Project Manager & Consultant, Black & Veatch
Coaches businesses, organizations, and communities on strategies to innovate sustainably, and currently helps businesses design and deploy strategies to accelerate transportation electrification.
Corporate Citizenship Strategist & Storyteller at The Giving Wall
Empowers the excellence in people, evolves inadequate systems, and proves progress toward the triple bottom line of people, planet, and prosperity.
Partner/Principal | Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Ernst & Young, Arizona
Helps drive client and partner strategies to achieve successful transition to a climate-secure, sustainable, and inclusive economy.
President, Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), Washington, D.C.
A leader on accreditation, multicultural diversity, and inclusion in higher education.
View session two speakers here.