March 22-24, 2022Virtual Summit

Innovating For Sustainable Operations

EHSOPERATIONAL EXCELLENCEESGSUSTAINABILITY

The Verdantix Virtual Summit will bring together global experts from across the fields of EHS, ESG, Net Zero and Energy Transition to discuss these essential topics and provide delegates with a strategic understanding of the future of sustainable operations.

 

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Day 1

EHS & Operations

Tuesday March 22

14:00 — 16:5510:00 — 12:559:00 — 11:55

EHS functions around the world demonstrated their strategic value
during the pandemic, but they now face a new focus as CEOs turn their attention to
ongoing operational resilience and innovative performance. This virtual summit will
examine the main environmental, health and safety strategic priorities for
organizations in 2022.

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Day 2

ESG & Sustainability

Wednesday March 23

14:00 — 16:5510:00 — 12:559:00 — 11:55

To better serve their organizations, EHS and operations leaders need
to understand how ESG and sustainability commitments and expectations are driving
change across the firm. This virtual summit will discuss active sustainability
strategies, including the importance of investor-grade ESG data and the role of EHSQ
compliance and risk management.

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Day 3

Net Zero & Energy Transition

Thursday March 24

14:00 — 16:5510:00 — 12:559:00 — 11:55

Thousands of firms across the globe are making commitments to achieve
net zero emissions or to migrate to a lower carbon operational model, but few have a
strategy in place that will help them deliver on this goal. This virtual summit will examine the main climate, carbon markets and energy management strategic priorities for organizations in 2022 and beyond.

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Speakers

David Metcalfe

CEO

Verdantix

Kim Knickle

Research Director, ESG & Sustainability

Verdantix

Bill Pennington

Research Director, Environment, Health & Safety

Verdantix

Colin Ball

Sales Director Enterprise

EcoOnline

Matthew Berkheiser

Associate Vice President EHS

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Idalisse Bernier

Environmental Director

TechnipFMC

Roger Bottum

Senior Vice President, Product

VelocityEHS

Karl Campbell

CEO

IsoMetrix

Jesse Cerutti

EHS Solutions Lead

Pfizer

Elena Daniel

Senior Vice President and Head of ESG

Logistics Property Company, LLC

Scott Debow

Safety Practice Leader

Randstad US

Hentie Dirker

Chief ESG and Integrity Officer

SNC-Lavalin

John Dony

Senior Director, Thought Leadership

National Safety Council

Cindy Drucker

Managing Director

PwC

Tina Duffy

VP of Product Management

ProcessMAP

Rob Garcia

Senior Product Manager – Risk & Control

Wolters Kluwer

Deidra Garyk

Manager, ESG & Sustainability

Trican Well Service

Daniel Gribbin

VP Sustainability & ESG

Emex

Thomas de Groot

Consultant, Sustainability Advisory

Arcadis

Michael Hagerty

Vice President of Safety and Security

Flowers Foods

Tony Henshaw

Senior Advisor

Verdantix

Donavan Hornsby

Chief Market Strategy Officer

Benchmark ESG

Rajiv Jalim

Solutions Engineering Manager

FigBytes

Jill James

Chief Safety Officer

HSI

Simon Jones

Director, Solutions Consulting

Sphera

Nancy Kralik

Sustainability Group Chair

Fluor

Elizabeth Logan

ESG Advisory Lead – Americas

AECOM

Valerie Ludwig

Director, Customer Services Organization (CSO)

Planetly by OneTrust

Tim Mohin

Chief Sustainability Officer

Persefoni

Jeremy Mollet

Director of Governance, Emergency & Analytics

Nutrien

Eric Morris

Head of Products, EHS

ComplianceQuest

Nathalie Perrier

Building Software VP

Schneider Electric

David Picton

SVP of Sustainability

Alcumus

Jessica Pransky

Principal Analyst

Verdantix

Sam Renshaw

Industry Analyst

Verdantix

Sam Ruben

CSO & Co-Founder

Mighty Buildings

Chris Sayers

Analyst

Verdantix

David Smat

General Director of Environment & Sustainable Operations

BNSF Railway

Joe Stablein

EHS Partner

ERM

Marty Stern

Global Director

Colgate-Palmolive

Connor Taylor

Analyst

Verdantix

Malavika Tohani

Research Director, Operational Excellence

Verdantix

Michael Tuohy

Vice President, Environment & Sustainability

Intelex

Agenda

March 22-24, 2022

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14:0010:009:00

Welcome
5 minutes


EHS & Operations

EHS functions around the world demonstrated their strategic value
during the pandemic, but they now face a new focus as CEOs turn their attention to
ongoing operational resilience and innovative performance. This virtual summit will
examine the main environmental, health and safety strategic priorities for
organizations in 2022.

  • Bill
    Pennington
    , Research Director, Environment, Health &
    Safety at Verdantix

14:0510:059:05

Panel
40 minutes


Taking EHS To The Next Level Of Success

EHS functions around the world demonstrated their strategic value
during the pandemic, but they now face a new focus as CEOs turn
their attention to ongoing operational resilience and innovative
performance. This virtual summit will examine the main
environmental, health and safety strategic priorities for
organizations in 2022.

Chair
  • Bill
    Pennington
    , Research Director, Environment, Health &
    Safety at Verdantix
Panelists
  • David Metcalfe, CEO at
    Verdantix
  • Colin Ball, Sales Director Enterprise at EcoOnline
  • Roger Bottum, Senior Vice President, Product at VelocityEHS
  • Jesse Cerutti, EHS Solutions Lead at Pfizer
  • Marty Stern, Global
    Director at Colgate-Palmolive

14:4510:459:45

Panel40
minutes


Best Practices: Adapting To The Total Worker Health Agenda Post-Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has put worker health issues at the top of
the priority list. As we emerge from crisis management, EHS
leaders need to cope with a vast array of worker health issues, such as mental wellbeing, hybrid working and psychological
safety. This session will help attendees understand how to
rescope and reprioritize worker health issues in a changed world
challenged by the pandemic and a battle for talent.

Chair
  • Bill
    Pennington
    , Research Director, Environment, Health &
    Safety at Verdantix
Panelists
  • Chris Sayers, Analyst at
    Verdantix
  • Matthew Berkheiser, Associate Vice President EHS at MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Scott Debow, Safety
    Practice Leader at Randstad US
  • Tina Duffy, VP of Product
    Management at ProcessMAP
  • Jill James, Chief Safety
    Officer at HSI

15:2511:2510:25

Break10
minutes

Break

15:3511:3510:35

Panel40
minutes


Time For An Environmental Risk Upgrade: Mitigating More Severe
Natural Hazards

Businesses face a significant increase in risks caused by
uncontainable wildfires, more intense rainfall, more severe
tornadoes and more powerful hurricanes. Natural hazards increasingly
knock linear infrastructure out of action, as well as triggering
environmental spills and process safety events. This session will
frame the issues caused by more intense natural hazards and provide
a framework for developing an upgraded environmental risk management
plan.

Chair
  • Bill
    Pennington
    , Research Director, Environment, Health &
    Safety at Verdantix
Panelists
  • Jessica Pransky,
    Principal Analyst at Verdantix
  • Rob Garcia,
    Senior Product Manager – Risk & Control at Wolters Kluwer
  • David Picton, SVP of
    Sustainability at Alcumus
  • David Smat, General Director of Environment & Sustainable Operations at BNSF Railway

16:1512:1511:15

Panel40
minutes


Refocusing On The Prevention Of Serious Injuries & Fatalities

As safety leaders switched their attention to business continuity
and Covid-19 risk management, they were unable to dedicate additional
resource to improving SIF and HiPo prevention programs. What’s
more, new work routines and reduced on-site safety audits
introduced more risks. This session will help safety leaders
reboot their SIF programs and learn from experts on new dynamic
risk management tools and integrated process safety IT systems.

Chair
  • Bill
    Pennington
    , Research Director, Environment, Health &
    Safety at Verdantix
Panelists
  • Malavika Tohani,
    Research
    Director, Operational Excellence at Verdantix
  • John Dony, Senior
    Director, Thought Leadership at National Safety Council
  • Michael Hagerty, Vice President of Safety and Security at Flowers Foods
  • Simon Jones, Director, Solutions Consulting at Sphera
  • Joe Stablein, EHS Partner at ERM

14:0010:009:00

Welcome
5 minutes


ESG & Sustainability

To better serve their organizations, EHS and operations leaders need to understand how ESG and sustainability commitments and expectations are driving change across the firm. This virtual summit will discuss active sustainability strategies, including the importance of investor-grade ESG data and the role of EHSQ compliance and risk management.

  • Kim Knickle, Research
    Director,
    ESG & Sustainability at Verdantix

14:0510:059:05

Panel
40 minutes


Next-Generation Chief Sustainability Officers Will Reshape
Strategies

As CEOs have become more cognizant of the impact of ESG
performance on company valuation, they have been looking for
CSOs with a financial, strategic and change management skill
set. This session will discuss how the new generation of CSOs
are turning passive sustainability strategies centred on
corporate communications into active strategies that change
operational processes and ultimately transform business models.

Chair
  • Kim Knickle, Research
    Director,
    ESG & Sustainability at Verdantix
Panelists
  • Tony Henshaw, Senior
    Advisor at
    Verdantix
  • Karl Campbell, CEO at
    IsoMetrix
  • Cindy Drucker, Managing
    Director at PwC
  • Sam Ruben, CSO & Co-Founder at Mighty Buildings

14:4510:459:45

Panel40
minutes


The Future Is Now: ESG Disclosures, Scores & Ratings

Financial markets have moved at an incredible pace in the last three years to integrate environmental, social and governance factors
into investment and lending decisions. Regulators are now
catching up with new mandatory disclosures and financial
reporting rules rolling out this year and into 2024. This
session will walk through the looming compliance requirements
and help attendees understand how smart data management
strategies will reduce the cost of compliance and boost ESG
scores.

Chair
  • Kim Knickle, Research
    Director,
    ESG & Sustainability at Verdantix
Panelists
  • Sam Renshaw, Industry
    Analyst at Verdantix
  • Idalisse Bernier, Environmental Director at TechnipFMC
  • Donavan Hornsby, Chief
    Market Strategy Officer at Benchmark ESG

15:2511:2510:25

Break10
minutes

Break

15:3511:3510:35

Panel40
minutes


Implementing Sustainability Strategies: The Role Of EHS, Real Estate
& Operations

As firms finalize their sustainability strategies, it becomes
clear that operational business functions – EHS, engineering,
real estate and maintenance – are critical to drive
implementation and boost ESG performance. This session will
share insights on the role of each function, the need to tie
together performance data from multiple existing systems and the
evolution in the strategy-to-implementation organizational
model.

Chair
  • Kim Knickle, Research
    Director,
    ESG & Sustainability at Verdantix
Panelists
  • Daniel Gribbin,
    VP Sustainability & ESG at Emex
  • Jeremy Mollet, Director
    of Governance, Emergency & Analytics at Nutrien
  • Michael Tuohy, Vice President, Environment & Sustainability at Intelex

16:1512:1511:15

Panel40
minutes


ESG Regulations Elevate The Strategic Significance Of EHSQ
Compliance

Historically, EHS non-compliances have rarely impacted investor sentiment. More recently, sustainability risks have received greater attention. As ESG reporting becomes mandatory, firms will find that investors, lenders and board directors scrutinize a broader range of EHS and sustainability disclosures. This session will explain how AI is being used for reputational risk monitoring and why firms need to assess the robustness of their compliance systems are for ESG-related data.

Chair
  • Kim Knickle, Research
    Director,
    ESG & Sustainability at Verdantix
Panelists
  • David Metcalfe, CEO at
    Verdantix
  • Elena Daniel, Senior Vice President and Head of ESG at Logistics Property Company, LLC
  • Eric Morris, Head of
    Products, EHS at ComplianceQuest

14:0010:009:00

Welcome
5 minutes


Net Zero & Energy Transition

Thousands of firms across the globe are making commitments to achieve net zero emissions or to migrate to a lower carbon operational model, but few have a strategy in place that will help them deliver on this goal. This virtual summit will examine the main climate, carbon markets and energy management strategic priorities for organizations in 2022 and beyond.

  • David Metcalfe, CEO at
    Verdantix

14:0510:059:05

Panel
40 minutes


From Net Zero Pledge To Realistic Pathway & Action Plan

Thousands of CEOs are making public pledges that their firm will
operate on a net zero emissions basis at a date ranging
from the present to 2050. These pledges leave operational
leaders scrambling to define a realistic decarbonization pathway
and implementation program. This session will cover the key
elements of net zero emissions strategies and the essential role
of data and digital technology to optimize implementation.

Chair
  • David Metcalfe, CEO at
    Verdantix
Panelists
  • Tony Henshaw, Senior
    Advisor at
    Verdantix
  • Hentie Dirker, Chief ESG and Integrity Officer at SNC-Lavalin
  • Valerie Ludwig, Director, Customer Services Organization (CSO) at Planetly by OneTrust
  • Nathalie Perrier, Building Software VP at Schneider Electric

14:4510:459:45

Panel40
minutes


Defining Your Enterprise Carbon Management Solution Requirements

Firms are coming under increasing pressure to implement a robust,
enterprise-wide carbon management system that provides the
data, insights and levers to meet disclosure requirements as
well as enabling net zero strategy implementation. This session
will walk through the vision, strategic goals and business
requirements that will define the scope and functionality of
your carbon management platform.

Chair
  • David Metcalfe, CEO at
    Verdantix
Panelists
  • Jessica Pransky,
    Principal Analyst at Verdantix
  • Nancy Kralik,
    Sustainability Group Chair at Fluor
  • Elizabeth Logan, ESG Advisory Lead – Americas at AECOM
  • Thomas de Groot, Consultant, Sustainability Advisory at Arcadis

15:2511:2510:25

Break10
minutes

Break

15:3511:3510:35

Panel
40 minutes


Digital Solutions For Carbon Management: Corporate, Financial &
Industrial

Business requirements for carbon management are diverging from
the traditional carbon footprint analysis. As financial
institutions face climate risk stress tests, asset managers must
provide updates on financed emissions, while industrial firms
tangle with the complex data to inform long-term energy
transition strategies. This session will provide detailed
descriptions of the distinct business and technical requirements of
three flavors of carbon management software for financial,
fossil-fuel-intensive industrials and other corporate buyers.

Chair
  • David Metcalfe, CEO at
    Verdantix
Panelists
  • Connor Taylor, Analyst at Verdantix
  • Deidra Garyk, Manager, ESG & Sustainability at Trican Well Service
  • Rajiv Jalim, Solutions Engineering Manager at FigBytes
  • Tim Mohin, Chief Sustainability Officer at Persefoni

16:1512:1511:15

Awards
40 minutes


Innovation Excellence Awards

  • David Metcalfe, CEO at
    Verdantix

The prestigious Verdantix Innovation
Excellence Awards recognize the people and organizations who
are instrumental in implementing successful, innovative technologies
that improve processes, management and reporting. This year the
annual awards ceremony will take place virtually, with the trophies
being presented at the in-person Innovating For Sustainable
Operations summit taking place in Austin, Texas, 24-26 October 2022.

Supported by

Recognizing outstanding achievements in the field of EHS, ESG, Sustainability & Operations

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Verdantix Virtual Events are produced on a complimentary basis for professionals who buy,
implement and use technology and related services. We offer a limited number of seats for
suppliers and consultants of technology. The credentials of all registrants are reviewed and
approved by Verdantix.

Is there a fee to attend?

There is no fee to attend for eligible corporate and public-sector registrants.

Is the event content available on-demand?

Yes, you will be able to access recorded content here, directly on the Verdantix event platform, for up to 2 weeks after the event.

I am not a Verdantix research client, can I attend?

Yes (if you meet the eligibility criteria).

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David Metcalfe

CEO

Verdantix

David is the CEO of Verdantix and co-founded the
firm in 2008. Based on his 20 years of experience in technology strategy and
research roles he provides guidance on digital strategies to C-level executives at
technology providers, partners at private equity firms and function heads at large
corporations. His current focus is on helping clients understand their market
opportunity tied to ESG investment trends and their impact on corporate
sustainability strategies. During his 12 years running Verdantix – including 4
leading the New York office – he has helped dozens of clients grow their businesses
through fund raising, acquisitions and international growth. David was previously
SVP Research at Forrester and Head of Analysis & Forecasting at BT. He holds a PhD
from Cambridge University and also worked as a Research Associate at the Harvard
Business School.

Speaking on

Day 1 — 14:0510:059:05

Taking EHS To The Next Level Of Success

Day 2 — 16:1512:1511:15

ESG Regulations Elevate The Strategic Significance Of
EHSQ Compliance

Day 3 — 14:0510:059:05

From Net Zero Pledge To Realistic Pathway & Action Plan

Day 3 — 14:4510:459:45

Defining Your Enterprise Carbon Management Solution
Requirements

Day 3 — 15:3511:3510:35

Digital Solutions For Carbon Management: Corporate,
Financial & Industrial

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Innovation Awards

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Bill Pennington

Research Director, Environment, Health & Safety

Verdantix

Bill leads the Verdantix Environment, Health &
Safety practice. His current agenda focuses on EHS and sustainability services,
product stewardship as well as benchmarking EHS technology buyer’s budgets,
priorities and preferences globally. Bill comes from a background of corporate EHS
roles in the manufacturing and logistics industries. He holds an MBS degree in
sustainability from Rutgers University.

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Taking EHS To The Next Level Of Success

Day 1 — 14:4510:459:45

Best Practices: Adapting To The Total Worker Health Agenda Post-Pandemic

Day 1 — 15:3511:3510:35

Time For An Environmental Risk Upgrade: Mitigating More
Severe Natural Hazards

Day 1 — 16:1512:1511:15

Refocusing On The Prevention Of Serious Injuries &
Fatalities

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Chris Sayers

Analyst

Verdantix

Chris is a Technology Analyst in the Verdantix EHS
practice. His current research agenda focuses on digital mental health and wellbeing
solutions. Chris joined Verdantix in 2020 and has previous experience at EY, where
he specialised in robotic process automation (RPA). He holds an M.Eng. in
Engineering Science from Oxford University with a concentration in machine learning
and machine vision.

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Jessica Pransky

Principal Analyst

Verdantix

Jessica is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix ESG and Sustainability practice, which she joined in 2022. Prior to joining Verdantix, Jessica worked in consulting, focusing on ESG risk and opportunity identification, as well as EHS due diligence. Her current agenda covers ESG solutions for investors, ESG software, and risk in ESG and sustainability.

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Malavika Tohani

Research Director, Operational Excellence

Verdantix

Malavika leads the Verdantix Operational
Excellence practice. Her current research agenda focuses on digital technologies for
Operational Excellence including digital twins and software solutions for industrial
risk and asset management. Malavika has over 15 years’ experience in research and
strategy consulting. Malavika previously worked at Frost & Sullivan, managing and
delivering advisory projects for clients involving expansion, acquisition,
benchmarking and product development strategies. Malavika holds a MSc in Economics
from Madras School of Economics.

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Tony Henshaw

Senior Advisor

Verdantix

TBC

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Next-Generation Chief Sustainability Officers Will
Reshape Strategies

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From Net Zero Pledge To Realistic Pathway & Action Plan

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Kim Knickle

Research Director, ESG & Sustainability

Verdantix

Kim leads the Verdantix ESG & Sustainability practice, addressing business challenges and priorities in ESG and sustainability through technology. Her current research agenda focuses on ESG, sustainability and climate change services market forecasts, and digital strategies to improve sustainability risk management. Her research expertise also includes manufacturing and retail industry subject matter, thought leadership, storytelling, emerging technology research and analysis (cloud, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, computer vision, IoT), sales enablement, competitive and SWOT analysis, market research, research operations.

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Next-Generation Chief Sustainability Officers Will
Reshape Strategies

Day 2 — 14:4510:459:45

The Future Is Now: ESG Disclosures, Scores & Ratings

Day 2 — 15:3511:3510:35

Implementing Sustainability Strategies: The Role Of EHS, Real Estate & Operations

Day 2 — 16:1512:1511:15

ESG Regulations Elevate The Strategic Significance Of
EHSQ Compliance

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Sam Renshaw

Analyst

Verdantix

Sam is an Industry Analyst in the ESG &
Sustainability practice. His current research agenda focuses on ESG solutions across
financial markets including ESG information providers and sustainability consulting.
Sam joined Verdantix in 2021, and previously worked at Moody’s Analytics as part of
the Buy-Side Solutions team. He holds a BSc from The University of Nottingham in
Economics and is a CFA Level 2 candidate.

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The Future Is Now: ESG Disclosures, Scores & Ratings

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Rodolphe d’D’rjuzon

Global Head of Research at Verdantix

Verdantix

Rodolphe co-founded Verdantix in 2008 and directs
the firm’s research strategy across all practice areas. Rodolphe has over twenty
years of experience in technology research and strategy consulting. He previously
worked for Barclays Bank and L.E.K. Consulting. Rodolphe holds a PhD in Physics from
Cambridge University.

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Implementing Sustainability Strategies: The Role Of EHS,
Real Estate & Operations

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Connor Taylor

Analyst

Verdantix

Connor is a Technology Analyst in the ESG &
Sustainability practice. His current research agenda focuses on emerging software
solutions across financial markets, and broader market trends in the ESG space.
Connor joined Verdantix in 2021 and has experience in EHS technology sales and
development. He holds a B.A from Cambridge University in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and
Celtic.

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Digital Solutions For Carbon Management: Corporate,
Financial & Industrial

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Karl Campbell

CEO

IsoMetrix

Karl has over 30 years of experience in leading and managing global Technology and Risk Management businesses. Born in South Africa his international career has included time leading businesses in South Africa, Australia, the UK, The Netherlands and the USA; working for the likes of Vodafone, Logical, Rivo Software and Progress Software. The past ten years has seen Karl focus on high growth Private Equity (PE) backed technology companies, helping them to scale and achieve successful exits. Prior to joining IsoMetrix, Karl was CEO of SafetySA, a leading provider of Safety Training, Testing, Inspection, and Certification services. Karl holds degrees in Engineering (EEE), an MBA, EMBA, and a Doctorate in Economics.

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Next-Generation Chief Sustainability Officers Will
Reshape Strategies

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Scott Debow

Safety Practice Leader

Randstad US

Bio coming soon

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Best Practices: Adapting To The Total Worker Health Agenda Post-Pandemic

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John Dony

Senior Director, Thought Leadership

National Safety Council

John is the Senior Director of Thought Leadership
at the National Safety Council. In this capacity, he oversees the Campbell
Institute, the global EHS&S center of excellence, as well as Safe Actions for
Employee Returns (SAFER), NSC’s COVID-19 response initiative, and Work to Zero,
focused on serious injury and fatality prevention through technology. John also
leads a variety of other research and impact initiatives including programs related
to psychological safety, ESG & sustainability, and more.
Since joining the National Safety Council in 2007, John has led numerous high-impact
programs, including the prestigious Robert W. Campbell Award. John is a frequent
speaker at conferences in North America and Europe on topics including the future of
work, emerging trends in EHS&S, management systems, leadership, and leading
indicators. Prior to joining the Council, John held quality management, project
management, and coalition-building positions in the communication and educational
fields.

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Refocusing On The Prevention Of Serious Injuries &
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Donavan Hornsby

Chief Market Strategy Officer

Benchmark ESG

Donavan Hornsby has dedicated the past 20 years
of his career to the advancement of Environment, Social & Governance (ESG)
principles and best practices in industry. Donavan serves as Chief Market Strategy
Officer at Benchmark Digital Partners LLC and the Benchmark ESG™ | Gensuite® digital
solution. As a member of Benchmark Digital’s executive team, Donavan provides
strategic direction for global business/market development and product leadership &
innovation for the organization. In addition to organizational leadership
responsibilities, Donavan is an active thought leader and member of cross-industry
efforts to advance and promote the impact of and best practices within ESG.
Prior to joining Benchmark ESG™ | Gensuite®, in 2001, Donavan held various
leadership roles within the technology and service sectors. He received his MBA with
distinction from the University of Louisville and his undergraduate degree from
DePauw University. Outside of his professional commitments, Donavan leads a
non-profit organization, working with landowners to protect and conserve land with
special natural, agricultural or scenic value in his home state of Kentucky.

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The Future Is Now: ESG Disclosures, Scores & Ratings

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Nancy Kralik

Sustainability Group Chair

Fluor

Nancy Kralik is a licensed civil and environmental
engineer with over 40 years of experience in the development and implementation of
health, safety, environmental, and sustainability practices globally. She is the
Sustainability Group Chair for Fluor Corporation and is Fluor’s representative on
the Carbon to Value Carbontech Leadership Council. She serves as the chair of
Fluor’s executive-level Sustainability Committee. She has been the HSE project
manager on onshore and offshore facilities, refineries, and chemical plants for
major oil and gas companies, conducted field investigations, and managed global HSE
regulatory issues.
Nancy has M.S. degrees in civil/environmental engineering and fisheries biology, a
B.S. in biology, and an Associate’s Certificate in Project Management. She is an
ASCE Fellow, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited
Professional, and Envision Sustainability Professional. Nancy is a member of ASCE’s
Committee on Sustainability subcommittees on education, communications, and policy;
and a member of Engineers Without Borders. She serves on the Leadership Council of
Children’s Environmental Literacy Foundation, a non-profit organization. Nancy sits
on the University of Houston’s College of Natural Science & Mathematics Dean’s
advisory board and on Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s College of Natural
Science & Mathematics Dean’s advisory board.

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Defining Your Enterprise Carbon Management Solution
Requirements

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John Lovenburg

Vice President, Environment & Sustainability

BNSF Railway

John Lovenburg is the vice president, Environment & Sustainability for BNSF Railway. He leads a team responsible for sustainability and climate change; energy and advanced energy innovation; environmental law; construction permitting, environmental field operations and engineering; remediation; and hazardous materials. John is active in sustainable development, operations, innovation, governance, and markets. He is the Executive Advisor for BNSF’s sustainable business markets initiative. He is on the Board of Directors of the Environmental Law Institute and a member of the Cyclyx Executive Advisory Board for advanced recycling of plastics. John has more than 30 years of environmental management experience and was previously with CH2M (now Jacobs) where he was vice president, Global Site Remediation and Revitalization.

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Time For An Environmental Risk Upgrade: Mitigating More
Severe Natural Hazards

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Jeremy Mollet

Director of Governance, Emergency & Analytics

Nutrien

From Canada, living in three different countries so far (Canada, USA and Cayman Islands). | Worked in SHE from the field to my current level / position. | Years working in law enforcement, oil sands, well servicing, construction, refineries, mining, chemical manufacturing and agriculture. | 4 daughters age range 22years old to 2 years old | Selfcare includes volleyball / snowboarding / taking kids skiing / outdoor activity.

Current Scope of work: Global Nutrien Business Units responsibilities, SHE Governance | Emergency Preparedness and Response | Chemical Security (CFATS /other) | Contractor SHE | Management Systems | Regulatory Forecasting | Data & Analytics | ESG

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Nathalie Perrier

Building Software VP

Schneider Electric

Nathalie Perrier, Building Software VP in Schneider Electric, has been contributing to the digitization of the end to end building lifecycle from design, to build and up to operation & maintenance for a more sustainable future. Nathalie led organizations developing customer digital services with a focus on areas of strategy, product management, engineering and customer support. To be successful in these missions Nathalie made sure to define and communicate a clear vision, build and engage diverse teams, put in place customer centric organizations without forgetting to drive the necessary transformations. Nathalie is currently leading the development of the joint proposition for smart sustainable buildings together with Planon Software.

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David Picton

SVP of Sustainability

Alcumus

David brings multi-sector experience to Alcumus, having held chief sustainability and advisory roles in the technology, infrastructure, and logistics sectors. Through his consultancy work, David has helped global corporations and organisations in the fields of leadership, people engagement, change, operational performance, and strategic growth. As SVP of Sustainability, David uses the theme of ‘Mutual Partnerships’ as the bedrock of his work to establish sustainability as the ‘golden thread’ connecting sustainably-minded companies with contractors and suppliers. In his global role, David will be responsible for driving the sustainability strategy within Alcumus and new product development, linked to ESG and sustainability through technology and data across the UK and North America.

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Rob Garcia

Senior Product Manager – Risk & Control

Wolters Kluwer

Rob Garcia has spent the last decade emersed in
the integrated risk management software space. From product design to sales and
implementation, Rob has directed innovation in the Americas, EMEA, and APAC markets.
Most recently, he worked as an advisory consultant for a GRC services partner
specializing in large scale software deployments for asset intensive organizations
before joining Wolters Kluwer | Enablon as a Solution Consultant and Risk Management
Subject Matter Expert.

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Elizabeth Logan

ESG Advisory Lead – Americas

AECOM

Elizabeth Logan is AECOM’s ESG Advisory Lead for the Americas. Elizabeth routinely supports organizations in navigating their regulatory GHG reporting and data management, defining decarbonization pathways and long-term ESG planning. Her wealth of experience includes developing and maturing ESG mandates, from identifying priority initiatives through to ESG data collection, reporting, audit and implementation of strategic ESG initiatives. Her engineering background, coupled with over a decade in management consulting, gives her a unique ability to consider carbon management from both a governance and strategy perspective, and what considerations an organization need to take for proactive carbon and emissions data management.

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Jill James

Chief Safety Officer

HSI

Jill James is Chief Safety Officer at HSI. Jill’s
28-year health and safety career includes 12 years as Senior Safety Investigator
with OSHA, and several years in healthcare, education, biotech, life sciences and
the poultry industry. At HSI, Jill focuses on tracking/deciphering regulatory
changes and trends, thought leadership, product, external relationships, and
internal training. Jill is host of the Accidental Safety Pro podcast and content
creator of the Supervisor Safety Tip video series.

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Tina Duffy

VP of Product Management

ProcessMAP

Tina Duffy has 17 years of global experience focusing both on corporate and facility-level Health and Safety programs. Tina holds a BS in Safety and Environmental Management from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, and previously worked in corporate EHS for one of the world’s leading specialty chemical companies, where she provided safety leadership, EHS functional expertise, data-driven safety performance improvement solutions, and EHS software management to sites around the globe. As the Vice President of Product Management, Tina focuses on vision, strategy, and the development of ProcessMAP’s EHS software platform. Tina, who is also an ASSP member, is a frequent speaker at conferences and actively works to increase women’s EHS education and leadership.

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Cindy Drucker

Managing Director

PwC

Cindy is a Managing Director, ESG Consulting Solutions and brings 30 years of experience navigating the complexities of the sustainability/ESG and social impact arena,
including senior level roles with global corporations, environmental nonprofits, and consulting firms. Previously, Cindy served as Head of Global Sustainability for S.C. Johnson
where she lead the company’s ESG strategy and leadership initiatives regarding plastics, packaging, chemicals, stakeholder engagement, and public/private partnerships. She
embedded ESG throughout the global company and worked with the brands and marketing teams, as well as human resources, to incorporate sustainability goals into the
business and engage employees. Cindy also served as Head of Public Policy Innovation and Senior Sustainability Advisor for MassMutual where she helped drive the
company’s initial sustainability strategy and goals, including Net Zero commitments and investment portfolio transformation. Earlier in her career, Cindy served as Director of
Environmental Affairs for a plastics manufacturer – Webster Industries (now part of Berry Plastics) – where she created and branded the nation’s first 100% recycled content
trash bag line which became the #3 retail brand.
Cindy brings extensive ESG communications and marketing expertise through senior roles in several leading communications consulting firms. She previously served as
Executive Vice President, Global Sustainability and Energy, for Weber Shandwick — a leading global marketing and communications consulting firm — where she initiated the
practice and provided ESG strategies for a host of leading companies and organizations, such as Nestle Water, Nike, Unilever, Honeywell, Orsted, SABIC, Kimberly-Clark, TE
Connectivity, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, The Alliance to End Plastic Waste, Nespresso, and many others. She also developed and managed consumer research for clients
through KRC research and brings polling expertise from her prior role as National Polling Director on a prior Presidential campaign. She also served as Senior Vice President,
Environmental Strategies, at Cone Communications – a leading communications firm known for groundbreaking cause-related marketing and purpose-driven strategies.
Cindy brings nonprofit experience and served as Head of Public Engagement on the Presidential Oil Spill Commission, created by President Obama in the aftermath of the BP
Deepwater Horizon oil spill. She also served as the in-house Senior Advisor to the President/CEO of World Wildlife Fund-US. She created a widely recognized public/private
environmental justice initiative – branded as Clean Air Communities – which won an EPA Leadership Award.
Cindy has served on numerous sustainability advisory councils for entities such as Sustainable Brands, Consumer Goods Forum, Grocery Manufacturers Association, WBCSD,
The Sustainability Consortium and others. Cindy has a BS from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of
Government. She also studied at the London School of Economics.

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Eric Morris

Head of Products, EHS

ComplianceQuest

As Head of Products – EHS, Eric is responsible for
the growth and success of the Environment, Health & Safety business, with a strong
emphasis on driving customer success across the user journey.
Eric comes to ComplianceQuest with over 15 years of leadership experience at QHSE
vendors. Eric is a Certified Scrum Product owner (CSPO), a Certified Risk Manager
(CRM) and holds diplomas in Risk Management and Environmental Management from
universities in the UK and Canada. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from
Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN

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Roger Bottum

Senior Vice President, Product

VelocityEHS

Roger Bottum, Senior Vice President, Product at VelocityEHS, leads product strategy, product planning and market intelligence for VelocityEHS. He has decades of experience in risk management software and in enterprise SaaS software. Roger is a frequent speaker at industry events and business graduate programs. Roger has worked at VelocityEHS for over six years. Previous to VelocityEHS, Roger has held various high-level positions, including COO, VP Product Management, VP Product Marketing, and CMO. Roger received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Economics from Colorado College and attended the Kellogg School of Business.

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Simon Jones

Director, Solutions Consulting

Sphera

Simon Jones has 25+ years of international experience in the chemical, oil & gas and refining industries. Simon leads the Operational Risk Management consulting practice at Sphera, where he works with energy and chemical industry clients to plan, design and deliver optimized, technology-enabled processes for risk management and frontline work control. Simon’s background is in process safety – he holds an engineering Master’s degree in Process Safety and Loss Prevention from Sheffield University in the UK and is actively involved in the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) as a representative on the global Technical Steering Committee and in the Center’s European regional network.

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Michael Tuohy

Vice President, Environment & Sustainability

Intelex

Michael Tuohy is the VP, Environment & Sustainability. He helps enable our teams with all things ESG. From Presales, Sales & Marketing to Services, Product, Partners and Strategy teams. He help provide vision, move us forward and remove impediments for our amazing teams. ESG is ever changing and being able to be flexible with the new regulation and requirements is paramount to our success. Outside of work he likes to spend time with his family, coaching his son’s lacrosse team and cheering on Manchester United (growing his fandom of the Denver Broncos).

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Joe Stablein

EHS Partner

ERM

Joe is an innovative, operations-focused EHS Partner at ERM with over 20 years of industry and consulting expertise solving complex business problems and working through operational safety challenges within the Oil & Gas, Construction, Energy, Utility, Technology, Manufacturing, Biotech/Pharma, and other high-risk industries. Joe serves as ERM’s North American Safety Service Lead where he works to connect ERM’s network of 2,500+ NA-based EHS professionals and consultants with ERM’s key clients for safety and technical risk services.

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Colin Ball

Sales Director Enterprise

EcoOnline

Colin has been a huge integral part of the company during a very exciting period and has brought to the team a maturity and experience that has delivered exceptional customer experience.
With over 30+ year of commercial experience, Colin places the customer at the forefront of relationship, ensuring strong confident and respectful relationships.
Within those 30+ years of commercial experience, Colin is now the Sales Director for Enterprise and brings vast experience and understanding in recognising the challenges, some exciting, to health and safety peers who command large integrated projects.

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Valerie Ludwig

Director, Customer Services Organization (CSO)

Planetly by OneTrust

Valerie Ludwig serves as the Director of Customer Services Organization at Planetly by OneTrust to drive a carbon neutral economy. Before, she worked as a Project Leader at BCG Berlin where she focused on projects in the Public Sector and the Social Impact Practice Areas. Valerie brings also experience from the NGO / IO world, working at Welthungerhilfe, the United Nations Global Compact and the German Development Agency (GIZ). Valerie holds a M.A. in International Relations from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona and a double-degree bachelor in International Business from ESB Reutlingen and Northeastern University.

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Thomas de Groot

Consultant, Sustainability Advisory

Arcadis

Thomas de Groot is senior consultant sustainability advisory at Arcadis, where he helps multinational and local clients in multiple sectors with getting grip on their energy and carbon data, setting targets, and building out roadmaps to decarbonise. He is product owner of Arcadis’ net zero roadmap model and the greenhouse gas selection procedure (GRASP) models. He is based in the Netherlands and holds a master’s degree in Energy Science.

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Jesse Cerutti

EHS Solutions Lead

Pfizer

Jesse Cerutti currently leads the Digital EHS Solutions Team within Pfizer. Within this role his responsibilities include leading a team of product owners and technical experts responsible for the core supported EHS solutions. His team is responsible for applications covering occupation health and wellness, ergonomics, safety, audits, inspections, EHS risk, & hazard communications. These applications are used both within our manufacturing network and across all physical sites and wellness clinics. Jesse has 19 years of experience working in technology either for or associated with the pharmaceutical industry and has spent the last 13 years at Pfizer in various roles. Jesse’s education includes a B.S. in Computer Science from The College of New Jersey, an MBA from William Paterson University.

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Rajiv Jalim

Solutions Engineering Manager

FigBytes

Rajiv Jalim is a Solutions Engineering Manager at FigBytes who specializes in the intersection of technology and ESG. He helps companies discover the strategies and solutions to achieve their ESG and sustainability goals.
Jalim has nearly 10 years of experience in sustainability consulting, strategy and program management and has worked with clients in sectors including biotechnology, energy, agriculture, manufacturing, transport, and healthcare.
His superpower is a remarkable aptitude for building strong and productive relationships with stakeholders, clients, and teammates. Jalim has helped dozens of clients deliver results in the areas of ESG & sustainability strategy and programming, climate action, and sustainability advocacy.

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Marty Stern

Global Director

Colgate-Palmolive

Bio coming soon

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Matthew Berkheiser

Associate Vice President EHS

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Dr. Matthew Berkheiser is the Associate Vice President of the Environmental Health & Safety, Sustainability and Emergency Management department at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Berkheiser holds a doctorate in Occupational & Environmental Health from the University Of Texas School Of Public Health. He has over 25 years of experience in the environmental health and safety field.
His career started when he was first employed by MD Anderson Cancer Center as a Safety Technician. He has also held positions at Johnson Space Center, Sam Houston State University and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
His primary customers and collaborators at MD Anderson include the Facilities team, Employee Health, Nursing and Infection Control. His team is responsible for emergency planning, occupational safety and other programs for over 16 million square feet in the Texas Medical Center and locations across Texas. He spends a majority of his time mentoring his staff on developing their technical and leadership skills. His most recent accomplishment was becoming graduating from CoachRice. He is on the path to become a certified coach for professionals looking to develop their leadership skills.

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Sam Ruben

CSO & Co-Founder

Mighty Buildings

A graduate of Vassar College & Presidio Graduate School, Sam Ruben is an accomplished innovator, entrepreneur, executive, Chief Sustainability Officer and co-founder at Mighty Buildings, construction technology company based out of Oakland, California which is using 3D printing, new composite materials, and robotics to manufacture homes. His passion and deep understanding of sustainability and compliance drew him to the vision of addressing the housing affordability crisis by 3D-printing sustainable homes. As a part of Mighty Buildings’ founding team, Sam has leveraged his expertise working with organizations of all sizes across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to help them improve their sustainability in terms of people, planet, and profit to guide Mighty Buildings’ Certification & Sustainability roadmaps. This has resulted in Mighty Buildings producing the first UL-listed 3D-printed building component, being the first company certified under UL 3401 (new standard for 3DP in Construction), and the first housing unit utilizing 3D-printed components to be certified at the State level in California. Bringing his expertise to Mighty Buildings alongside his other team members, Sam is working to help the world build better and turning construction into a tool to fight the climate crisis while unlocking much needed productivity.

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Daniel Gribbin

VP Sustainability & ESG

Emex

Daniel Gribbin is an award-winning sustainable development professional and leads the global sustainability team at Emex – a leading provider of ESG and EHS reporting software.
Having previously worked in the climate change and sustainability team at KPMG Australia, before later moving on to lead the corporate sustainability advisory team at KPMG and WSP in the Middle East, Daniel’s expertise spans the Middle East, Australia, the Netherlands and Chile. In 2021, Daniel was ranked as one of the Top 20 sustainable MENA real estate professionals in the Middle East by City Scape Mena. He now joins the team at Emex as VP of Sustainability and ESG, helping businesses across the globe navigate and align their practices with government requirements, and better their ESG metrics to allow them to create meaningful change in the communities they operate in.

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Deidra Garyk

Manager, ESG & Sustainability

Trican Well Service

Deidra Garyk has been working in the Canadian energy industry for over 15 years. She is currently the Manager, ESG & Sustainability at Trican Well Service Ltd. Prior to that, she worked in roles of varying seniority at exploration and production companies in joint venture contracts where she was responsible for working collaboratively with stakeholders to negotiate access to pipelines, compressors, plants, and batteries.

Outside of her professional commitments, Deidra is an energy advocate and thought leader who researches, writes, and speaks about energy policy to promote balanced, honest, fact-based conversations.

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Idalisse Bernier

Environmental Director

TechnipFMC

Idalisse holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus. She has over 30 years of experience in environmental management programs, including compliance, assurance, risk assessment, due diligence, and sustainability. She has worked in the O&G industry for over 10 years ensuring projects are executed in compliance with applicable environmental regulations and mitigating associated risks as well completing O&G air permitting during her consulting years. Currently, she is the Global Environmental Director of TechnipFMC and is responsible to ensure the company has and follows consistent methodologies to conduct the accountability of GHG emissions and identifying and facilitating the implementation of options to reduce carbon footprint for the company’s operations and clients offerings. She represents TechnipFMC in ESG committees for various industry organizations.

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Michael Hagerty

Vice President of Safety and Security

Flowers Foods

Michael Hagerty is a proven Safety, Health, and Environmental executive with over 30 years of experience in a variety of commercial and industrial workplaces. He is accomplished in delivering improved safety processes, risk management, workers’ compensation, fleet management, and ergonomics. He is adept in the development of safety programs and risk management processes in a variety of areas custom-tailored to fit the needs of the individual organization.
Michael is engaged in the development and continuous improvement of Flowers Foods safety management systems. He is setting the strategic vision and helping lead the execution of safety, health, and security goals for the company. Flowers Foods is a 100-year-old company based in Thomasville, GA with over $4 billion in annual sales of key brands such as Nature’s Own and Dave’s Killer Bread. The company has 885 total locations across the US and a combined workforce of 18,000 employees and associates.
Michael earned his engineering degree from Vanderbilt University and his master’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health from Murray State University. He is very happy to call Atlanta, Georgia home.

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David Smat

General Director of Environment & Sustainable Operations

BNSF Railway

David Smat is the General Director of Environmental Operations, Engineering, Permitting and Sustainability for BNSF Railway, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (Environmental) in Georgia and Louisiana, with over 35 years of experience in the transportation, pharmaceutical, pulp/paper and aerospace industries. He is a graduate of the University of Delaware (Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering) and Louisiana Tech University (Master of Science degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering).
In David’s current role at BNSF, he is responsible for leading BNSF’s environmental operations including multi-media compliance programs; environmental permitting and sustainability; environmental infrastructure engineering, and wastewater treatment operations across BNSF’s 32,500 route miles in 28 states and three Canadian provinces.

David’s previous role includes the Global Head of Health, Safety and Environment, for Alcon, Inc. (a Novartis Company), where he was responsible for Alcon’s Global Health, Safety and Environmental strategy and compliance program implementation, encompassing 24 manufacturing facilities, 5 primary distribution centers, and affiliate operations spanning 75 countries; protecting the environment and the health and safety of Alcon’s 24,000 employees.

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Hentie Dirker

Chief ESG and Integrity Officer

SNC-Lavalin

Dr. Hentie Dirker as the Chief ESG and Integrity Officer is responsible for the firm’s overall ESG compliance posture having the goal of creating ESG and Compliance programs recognized as benchmark within the sectors where the company operates.
Dr. Dirker joined SNC-Lavalin from Siemens where he was previously the Regional Compliance Officer for Canada. Dr. Dirker is a past chair of the board of directors for the Ethics Centre of Canada, an organization dedicated to promoting and maintaining an ethical orientation and culture in Canadian organizations. He currently participates in various anti-bribery and corruption working groups and think tanks and is passionate about promoting best practice sharing between organizations.
He holds an Electrical and Electronic Degree in Engineering as well as a Master’s Degree in Engineering Management with a thesis on cost controlling within a project environment. He has also successfully completed his Doctoral studies in Engineering Management with a focus on industrial distribution channel sales and marketing.

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Tim Mohin

Chief Sustainability Officer

Persefoni

Tim Mohin is a globally recognized
sustainability/ESG executive. He is currently the
chief sustainability officer for Persefoni AI – an
enterprise level carbon management plarform.
He is the former Chief Executive of the Global
Reporting Initiative (GRI), the world’s largest
sustainability reporting standard.
With more than 20 years’ experience leading
sustainability at three Fortune 500 companies –
Intel, Apple and AMD – Mr. Mohin has deep
experience developing strategies to embed
sustainability into business. Mr. Mohin also led the development of environmental policy in the
Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Senate, including the Clean Air Act.
Mr. Mohin serves as an ESG advisor to large company Boards and was a founder and Chairman
of the Board for the Responsible Business Alliance.
He is the author of Changing Business from the Inside Out and a frequent speaker and writer on
sustainability and corporate responsibility. Mr. Mohin is consistently recognized in the top 20
of Corporate Social Responsibility Influence Leaders.

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Elena Daniel

Senior Vice President and Head of ESG

Logistics Property Company, LLC

Bio coming soon

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