As a recognized expert at ShareGreen by Walmart, panel judge for Earth Day Canada, guest speaker at University of Toronto, and moderator at Carbon Economy Summit, I lead corporate sustainability consulting projects helping businesses with sustainability strategy and execution. My innovative approach to employee engagement for multinational enterprises has been documented in case studies.
My passion is in helping businesses make a positive impact on the people, planet, and profit. Through industry consortiums, enterprise social media, blogs, Twitter, and Facebook, I help businesses engage with their employees, connect with their customers and clients, supply chains and business partners, forming collaborative partnerships to build sustainable, profitable, and socially responsible enterprises.
I share what I learn on my blog, Carbon49.com, which is widely read around the world, with syndication appearing in Environmental Leader, The Energy Collective, Sustainable Cities, etc. Praised as “an insightful blog on green issues for business leaders in Canada and beyond” by Debbie Baxter, Chief Sustainability Officer of LoyaltyOne, many of my blog posts reach top rankings on Google News.
Formerly a PricewaterhouseCoopers senior consultant, I hold degrees in Engineering and Music and was one of the first greenhouse gas professionals certified by CSA America. I’m also a visual artist with works exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ontario and collected by the Toronto Public Library Foundation.
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