Sue Beets-Atkinson

Sue Beets-Atkinson is the Senior Director of Sustainability for SBM Management, LLC (a janitorial company). With more than 27 years of resource management and recycling experience, she has successfully designed and implemented many large and complex recycling programs for a multitude of Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States. Sue was a key player in … Read more

Mary Curtiss

As the Global Head of Energy and Sustainability for HP’s corporate real estate, Mary is responsible for developing and driving HP’s strategy for all matters related to sustainability in the global portfolio. HP has established a goal of 100% renewable electricity as well as a 60% reduction on carbon emissions by 2025. As an experienced … Read more

Alec Cooley

Alec Cooley has been involved in the recycling and waste reduction field for over 25 years. He got his start as a student recycling coordinator at Humboldt State University in Northern California, and later worked for several years as a collections and operations manager for the Arcata Community Recycling Center. Cooley returned to HSU in … Read more

Kaity Robbins

As the Zero Waste Manager, Kaity is responsible for collaborating with stakeholders across the University to design and implement a Zero Waste program to support the University’s carbon neutrality goal. Before joining BU, Kaity was an Account Manager at RiverRoad Waste Solutions, where she worked hand in hand with clients and haulers nationwide to implement … Read more

Danner Doud-Martin

Danner Doud-Martin brings her passion for sustainability into her professional environment to effect lasting and tangible change. As the leader of the Chou Hall Zero Waste Initiative and the Haas Sustainability Task Force, Danner has steadily incorporated sustainability practices into the operations of the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, from reducing energy and … Read more

Julie Muir

Ms. Muir has managed Stanford University’s Waste Reduction, Recycling, and Composting Program for the last 25 years. She leads Stanford University toward a zero waste campus through a rigorous and comprehensive program of waste reduction, reuse, recycling, and composting. Julie has led over 30 audits of the campus trash to determine what can be done … Read more