BizNGO Annual Meeting


See which experts from industry, NGOs, government, and academia will speak at this year's annual meeting:

Paul Ashford, Managing Director, Anthesis-Caleb

Dylan Beach, Sustainability Specialist, GOJO

Sue Chiang, Pollution Prevention Director, Center for Environmental Health

Holly Davies, Research Services, King County Local Hazardous Waste Management Program

Gretchen Salter, Strategic Advisor, Safer States

Sally Edwards, Senior Research Associate, Lowell Center for Sustainable Production

Shari Franjevic, GreenScreen® Program Manager, Clean Production Action

Erin Gately, EPEAT Conformity Assurance Senior Manager, Green Electronics Council

Kay Gebhardt, Senior Scientist, Sustainability and Authenticity, Seventh Generation

Terri Goldberg, Executive Director, NEWMOA

Tim Greiner, Managing Director, Pure Strategies 

Bob Himler, Vice President of Private Brand Development, Rite Aid

Cristina Indiveri, Senior Director of Environmentally Preferred Sourcing, Vizient

Philip Ivey, Global Strategic Sustainability Leader, Milliken’s Global Floor Covering Division

Jen Jackson, Toxics Reduction & Healthy Ecosystems Programs Manager, SF Department of the Environment

Ansje Miller, Director of Policy and Partnerships, Center for Environmental Health

Alexandra Muller, Manager for the Living Product Challenge Program, International Living Future Institute

Cheri Peele, Senior Research Associate, Clean Production Action

Jennifer Reece, Sustainability & Compliance Materials Program Manager, HP Inc.

Mark Rossi, Executive Director, Clean Production Action

Mike Schade, Campaign Director, Mind the Store Campaign

Joel Sigler, National Environmental Program Leader, Kaiser Permanente 

Wes Sullens, Director for Building Codes Technical Development, US Green Building Council

Wendy Vittori, Executive Director, Health Product Declaration Collaboration

Meredith Williams, Deputy Director, California Department of Toxic Substances Control

Lauren Zulli, Environmental Materials Senior Engineer, Herman Miller