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Corporate Sustainability in Orange County

CleanTech OC

Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)

Santa Ana, CA

Corporate Sustainability in Orange County

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Corporate Sustainability in Orange County

 Thursday, March 21, 2013

 First American Title

5 First American Way | Santa Ana

Complimentary parking

As sustainability commitments become more common across the board in corporate America, many have been left wondering exactly how sustainability is contributing to "greening the bottom line." Joining us for this important discussion are some of Orange County's largest organizations that are leading the way by making sustainability part of their strategic advantage.  

Whether your organization is considering implementing a sustainability plan, or already has and you want to learn more about what you can do next, or you'd like to meet other sustainability professionals in the area, this event is not to be missed.  Register today to guarantee your place at Orange County's first program on corporate sustainability efforts that are taking place right here in our own backyard.

 

AGENDA

1:30 PM – Registration & Networking

2:00 PM - Panel 1: Facilities and the Built Environment

  • Moderator: Mark Johnson - Chief Sustainability Officer, Gannett Fleming
  • Scott Wendling - Chief Energy Officer, Kaiser Permanente
    Mackenzie CriggerEnergy Conservation and Sustainability Manager, Chapman University
  • Sara NeffDirector of Sustainability Programs, Kilroy Realty Corporation 

 

3:30 PM - Keynote: Teresa Nersesyan, Principal at TradeFace Consulting

Teresa has held numerous executive roles in supply-chain management, corporate social responsibility, and regulatory and industry-standards compliance.  As a transformational leader in the apparel industry, Teresa has held directorships on the Cotton Board, the American Apparel Producers Network, California Fashion Association, and the United States Association of Importers of Textile and Apparel. Her extensive experience in developing corporate social responsibility and environmental programs – as well as successful completion of more than 500 factory audits and 25 supply chain security audits around the world - has spanned a 20-year career.

 

4:00 PM – Panel 2: Supply Chain & Sustainability

  • Moderator: Chet Chaffee - Vice President, First Carbon Solutions
  • Michael Whaley - Director of Environmental Health and Safety, Allergan
  • Christopher Harrington - Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, Toshiba
  • Mark Halpern - Director of Operations, Golden State Foods


5:30 PM - 7:00 PM – Networking Reception

 

 Sponsorship opportunities are available.

Contact Julia George: julia@cleantechoc.org or 949-585-2993

 

For more information, please call 949.585.2988 or email info@cleantechoc.org

 

 CleanTech OC c/o Brandman University

 16355 Laguna Canyon Road | First Floor, Office 34 | Irvine, CA 92618

 949.585.2988 | fax 949.753.7847

www.CleanTechOC.org

 

 

 

 

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First American Title
5 First American Way
Santa Ana, CA

Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)


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CleanTech OC

 

CleanTech OC, a non-profit organization, is a catalyst to job creation and economic growth in the cleantech industry in Orange County and throughout California. The collaborative platform facilitates cooperation among its community including business, government and academia, and, so, helps to align goals and objectives to advance the development of renewable energy, clean transportation, energy efficiency (and other resource conservation), green building, green consumer products, and corporate sustainability. Finally, we serve to educate our community in all issues related to cleantech and sustainability.

 

 

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