1. Sustainable Hero

    Stephenie Robertson – FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies

    Watch this video to learn more about how added resiliency is helping FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies better protect its operations – and what this project means to VP of Operations Stephenie Robertson, her organization and the clients they serve.
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  2. Sustainable Hero

    Stu Flannery – Charles River

    Charles River’s Stu Flannery played an instrumental role in his organization’s investment into a significant portion of DESS’ Pisgah Ridge Solar project, bringing his organization one step closer to achieving its ambitious sustainability goals.
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  3. Sustainable Hero

    Adam Shalapin – Ball Corporation

    As the Global Sustainability Manager, Adam Shalapin helps Ball Corporation to achieve aggressive renewable energy goals. His sense of purpose and connectedness drives him to create a renewable energy future in the hopes of preserving the planet for his daughter and the generations to come.
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  4. Sustainable Hero

    Amy Bond – Sprint, now part of T-Mobile

    Over her career, Amy Bond, Energy and Sustainability Program Manager for Sprint (now part of T-Mobile) has learned the value of hard work as it means meeting big goals and making change happen. Bond says that the results are achieved through meetings, clear communications and nurtured relationships.
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  5. Sustainable Hero

    Meghan Chapple – The George Washington University

    Inspiring tens of thousands of university students — and other universities around the country — to shift to emissions-free, renewable energy and more sustainable living is what drives Meghan Chapple, Director of the Office of Sustainability at GW. For Meghan, motivating the next generation is the key.
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