With widespread COVID-19 vaccination underway, public spaces are slowly reopening. As we embark on the next normal, what does the intersection of health, safety and sustainability look like in shared spaces such as schools and recreation destinations? How are brands and institutions safely transforming communal experiences while also promoting sustainable behavior?
During this engaging webinar, leaders from PepsiCo, Vail Resorts and William and Mary will discuss how their organizations are reimagining the places we learn, eat and play to merge planet health and people health.
● How can you be clean and green?
● Creative ways to enhance consumer experiences with eco-friendly solutions
● The role of smart design in driving consumers toward more sustainable behavior
● How companies can collaborate with partners and suppliers to drive change at scale
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Jason Blake is Senior Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer for PepsiCo Beverages North America (PBNA). PBNA is PepsiCo’s $21 billion beverage business in North America as well as Global Foodservice with an iconic portfolio of beverages including, Pepsi, Gatorade, Tropicana, bubly, MTN DEW, Naked Juice, Starbucks ready-to-drink coffee, LIFEWTR, Rockstar Energy Drink, and KeVita.
As Global Chief Marketing Officer of PepsiCo Foodservice, Scott Finlow leads brand development, product and equipment innovation, consumer and industry insights, and customer marketing efforts for the company’s multi-billion foodservice division.
Christine Smitz is the Senior Program Manager, Brand Transformation Center of Excellence at Sustainable Brands, where she actively steers global Brands towards more sustainable, collaborative ESG solutions.
Eden Harris is the Associate Director of Marketing and Administration for Auxiliary Services at William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. William & Mary is the second oldest institution of higher learning in the country, founded by a royal charter in 1693, but today is an elite 4-year public university serving almost 9,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Despite its age, William & Mary in an industry leader in higher education climate action and has announced an ambitious 2030 carbon neutrality goal as part of their larger Climate Action Plan.
Kate Swayne Wilson, Senior Director of Sustainability at Vail Resorts, has more than 18 years’ experience in climate change mitigation and sustainability strategy. Ms. Wilson is currently leading Vail Resorts’ “Commitment to Zero,” a bold sustainability goal to achieve zero net emissions, zero waste to landfill, and zero net operating impact on forests and habitat, all by 2030.