Emily Green;    Director on the Board of Casella Waste Systems   Emily Green is a tech sector executive leading innovation in technology services for over 25 years. Currently, she is an independent Director on the Board of Casella Waste Systems, Inc. (NASD: CWST), a $500M regional waste services firm. She also coaches several C-level leaders and advises technology startups. Emily was granted a B.S.L. cum laude in linguistics from Georgetown University and an M.S.E. in artificial intelligence and computer graphics from the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Engineering. She lives in Boston with her husband, Jack.

Emily Green;  Director on the Board of Casella Waste Systems

Emily Green is a tech sector executive leading innovation in technology services for over 25 years. Currently, she is an independent Director on the Board of Casella Waste Systems, Inc. (NASD: CWST), a $500M regional waste services firm. She also coaches several C-level leaders and advises technology startups. Emily was granted a B.S.L. cum laude in linguistics from Georgetown University and an M.S.E. in artificial intelligence and computer graphics from the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Engineering. She lives in Boston with her husband, Jack.

 
  Deana Becker, Director of Stakeholder Operations, Preserve   Deana Becker is Director of Stakeholder Operations at Preserve where she manages partnerships and leads special projects in addition to sitting on the general leadership team.  She holds an MBA from Babson College and a Master's in Sustainable International Development from the Heller School at Brandeis.  Before Preserve, Deana developed fair trade supply chains for Fair Trade USA (then called TransFair).  She lives outside of Boston with her backyard chickens and her family.

Deana Becker, Director of Stakeholder Operations, Preserve

Deana Becker is Director of Stakeholder Operations at Preserve where she manages partnerships and leads special projects in addition to sitting on the general leadership team.  She holds an MBA from Babson College and a Master's in Sustainable International Development from the Heller School at Brandeis.  Before Preserve, Deana developed fair trade supply chains for Fair Trade USA (then called TransFair).  She lives outside of Boston with her backyard chickens and her family.

  Doug Woodring, Managing Director at Ocean Recovery Alliance   Doug Woodring is a leading expert on the topic of plastic pollution in our ocean and environment. In January 2018, he was awarded the coveted Prince Albert Prize for Innovative Philanthropy. He is the Founder and Managing Director of Ocean Recovery Alliance, a non-profit organization focused on bringing innovative solutions to positively impact the health of our oceans. He is on the Advisory Committee of Wharton’s Institute for Global Environmental Leadership, and is the founder of the Plasticity Forum. Born in California, Doug holds an MBA from The Wharton School and a Masters in Environmental Economics from Johns Hopkins University

Doug Woodring, Managing Director at Ocean Recovery Alliance

Doug Woodring is a leading expert on the topic of plastic pollution in our ocean and environment. In January 2018, he was awarded the coveted Prince Albert Prize for Innovative Philanthropy. He is the Founder and Managing Director of Ocean Recovery Alliance, a non-profit organization focused on bringing innovative solutions to positively impact the health of our oceans. He is on the Advisory Committee of Wharton’s Institute for Global Environmental Leadership, and is the founder of the Plasticity Forum. Born in California, Doug holds an MBA from The Wharton School and a Masters in Environmental Economics from Johns Hopkins University

 
  Amy Perlmutter, Principal at Perlmutter Associates   Amy Perlmutter has had an illustrious career spanning over three decades developing and implementing innovative Zero Waste programs throughout US.  She served as the Director of Recycling for the City of San Francisco and the founding Executive Director at the Chelsea Center for Recycling and Economic Development. Amy was on the boards of National Recycling Coalition, MassRecycle and WasteCap of Massachusetts and helped found the Association of New Jersey Recyclers. Amy currently leads Perlmutter Associates – a leading consultancy in the cleantech space. She is a fellow at the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production. 

Amy Perlmutter, Principal at Perlmutter Associates

Amy Perlmutter has had an illustrious career spanning over three decades developing and implementing innovative Zero Waste programs throughout US.  She served as the Director of Recycling for the City of San Francisco and the founding Executive Director at the Chelsea Center for Recycling and Economic Development. Amy was on the boards of National Recycling Coalition, MassRecycle and WasteCap of Massachusetts and helped found the Association of New Jersey Recyclers. Amy currently leads Perlmutter Associates – a leading consultancy in the cleantech space. She is a fellow at the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production.