Meet the 2012 Speakers
The speakers at the 2012 Environmental Women's Rountable are recruited based on their experience and expertise in the profession. Speakers include:
Susan Eisenhower, President; The Eisenhower Group & Chairman Emeritus; The Eisenhower Institute for Leadership and Public Policy
Bernice “Bicky” Corman, Deputy Associate Administratror; Office of Policy, EPA
April Crow, Corporate Director of Sustainable Packaging; The Coca-Cola Co.
Catharine de Lacy, Vice President Global Stewardship; The Clorox Co.
Kateri Callahan, President; Alliance to Save Energy
Liz Cook, Vice President for Institutional Strategy & Development; World Resources Institute
Amy Franko, CEO and Founder; Impact Instruction Group
Nancy Gillis, Director Federal Supply Chain PMO & Senior Sustainability Advisor, FAS; U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)
Michelle Greene, Vice President & Head of Corporate Responsibility; New York Stock Exchange
Ann Lee-Jeffs, Founder and CEO, the Sustainability Collaborative and Global Product Stewardship, Manager; Johnson & Johnson
Jessica McGlyn, U.S. Director; The World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Kris Morico, Global Leader Water Program; General Electric Co.
Jennifer Morris, Executive Vice President of the Ecosystem Finance and Markets Unit; Conservation International (CI)
Sandy Stash, Senior Vice President, Global HSSE/EOA; Talisman Energy Inc.
View the preliminary agenda for the Environmental Women's Leadership Roundtable.
Meet the 2012 Environmental Women's Leadership Roundtable organizing committee.
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