For Immediate Release:
The Sustainability Collaborative, the leading organization network, and the meeting place of people, ideas and concepts, that is helping to shape the important issue pertaining to universal sustainability; and Drexel University, one of America’s most prestigious university’s will conduct a Summit Conference March 22 and the 23, 2011, at the Drexel University-Bossone Research Center, 3140 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa 19104. The Summit Conference will begin at 9am on March 22, 2011.
Keynote speakers will include, Robert L. Lattimer, Senior Fellow, Diversity Studies, John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University; Debbie McCormack, Deputy Managing Director, Deloitte; Mike Maggio, Vice President, Johnson & Johnson; Glenn Barbi, Vice President, Office of Sustainability, Becton Dickinson; and a senior official from the Obama Administration; the program will be introduced by Ann Lee-Jeffs, founder, Sustainability Collaborative.
Other presenters will include, William F. Lynch, Ph.D., Dean, Goodwin College of Professional Studies, Drexel University, Dr. John M. Gould, the Collaborative for Sustainable & Regenerative Learning at Drexel, Jo Opot, Global Vice President, Business Development, Terra Cycle, Daniel F. Oscar, President & CEO, the Princeton Center for Leadership Training, Fenna Hanes, Executive Director, New England Board of Higher Education, Joanne Gere, Founder, BioScience Collaborative and President, Association for Women in Science, Randi Schoenfelder, Managing Partner, Theololite Human Capital, and others.
The objectives of the SustaiNext 2011, Summit Conference, is to present the latest research by experts regarding America’s educational, economic, workforce development, and public policy pertaining to the science and the strategy of sustainability program solution development.
For Additional Information visit www.sustaiNext.org, or Contact Ann Lee-Jeffs at email@example.com.