Up to 90% of a company's carbon emissions come from the supply chain. While the supply chain can quickly become a risk if sustainability and compliance are not properly managed, it also offers an immense lever to accelerate sustainability goals. Investors, customers and regulatory requirements such as the recently passed Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act increasingly require companies to uplevel their supply chain requirements and goals.
How can companies effectively mitigate risks and unlock potential in the supply chain to meet sustainability targets? Join us as we discuss the supply chain’s crucial role on the journey to sustainability, explore best practices and learn from industry leaders.
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Kirk Myers is a longtime sustainable business leader, who drove sustainability strategy and initiatives for Alaska Airlines as well as for over a decade at outdoor Co-op, REI. In these roles, he has advanced corporate goals for environmental and social impact, and specifically focused on climate, waste, green building, employee engagement, and aviation-specific opportunities such as sustainable aviation jet fuel. He currently supports leading companies and nonprofits through his consulting work. Kirk holds an MBA in Sustainable Business from Bainbridge Graduate Institute (now Presidio Graduate School), serves on the Board of the Washington National Park Fund, and loves exploring our outdoor places with his two young sons.
Jared Ridgley is an experienced international leader having worked at large multinationals as well as growing startups. Today he is a Key Account Manager for IntegrityNext where he supports companies worldwide on their quest for sustainable supply chains. IntegrityNext a leading global solution provider for supply chain sustainability management.
Alexandra is an ESG advisor with more than 6 years of experience in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability in the supply chain. After completing her Master’s degree in International Development and Management in Sweden and working for UNICEF in Cambodia, Alexandra focused her career on sustainability in the private sector. Today, she leads the ESG Advisory team at IntegrityNext, which consults multinational clients on current ESG regulation and Sustainable Supply Chain Management.
Patricia is an experienced project leader with 15+ years of practice in the insurance and manufacturing industries. Since joining Swiss Re in 2006, she has supported end-to-end functional and business teams to fuel business growth, mitigate risk, and drive cost effectiveness. In 2020, Patricia joined the Vendor Management & ESG team within Group Procurement to execute on the sustainability deliverables for the global supply chain including due diligence, change management, ESG transparency, and the Vendor Development Program.