Bonnie Nixon is an executive educator and researcher specializing in complex global sustainability challenges. She is committed to the use of innovative and scalable technologies to promote regenerative business for large corporations and diverse communities. As a Professor at UCLA and Harvard, Ms. Nixon helps lifelong learners understand how goods are made and services are produced and what can be done to protect the environment and eradicate modern slavery in complex multi-tiered supply chains.
Bonnie Nixon has held many high-profile positions at the global forefront of a new low carbon, resource protected and just economy including:
- Senior Partner with Environmental Resources Management (ERM)
- Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Global Sustainability for Mattel Toys
- Executive Director of Walmart led The Sustainability Consortium (TSC)
- Director of Global Sustainability and Ethical Sourcing for Hewlett-Packard (HP)
- Vice President of Environmental Communications Consultancy, Circlepoint, Inc.
- Director of Public Relations for $6B Boston Harbor Cleanup Project, MWRA
- Board of Directors for Sustainable Works, Responsible Sourcing Network, Pepperdine’s Social Entrepreneurship and Change (SEC) Council and South Bay Bicycle Coalition – Current
- Sustainable Brands Advisory Board, Sustainable Siliicon Valley Chairwoman, Responsible Business Alliance Founder and the Sustainability Roundtable Strategic Advisor – Past
Bonnie received a BA in Sociology from Pennsylvania State University, a Masters’ Degree in how Learning Technologies can accelerate sustainability and advance human rights from Pepperdine and is completing a Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Change at Pepperdine’s School of Education.