Leila Goldmark is a sustainable business entrepreneur; founder & President of Green Rainbow Revolution (GRR) — an e-commerce retail business that specializes in sourcing modern, eco-friendly, ethically produced arts and school supplies, educational toys, and lifestyle goods for kids of all ages.
GRR’s social mission is to offer products that inspire creativity and innovation, connecting art and science, and engaging its customers to become “conscious consumers” and advocates for environmental, art and social justice within their communities.
Prior to launching GRR, Leila was an Attorney and Program Director for Riverkeeper, Inc., a public interest law firm dedicated to defending the Hudson River and its tributaries, and protecting the watershed and drinking water supply of nine million New York City and Hudson Valley residents. As Director of the NYC Watershed Program, handled traditional pollution and zoning litigation, but also drove the program towards proactive, environmental protection initiatives, researching and preventing the prevalence of regulated, and unregulated pollutants of concern through public-private partnerships, public policy, and grassroots education campaigns.
Leila received an MBA from Columbia Business School, and a JD and LLM in International & Comparative Law from Duke University School of Law. She also holds a BA in Philosophy & Religious Studies from Wesleyan University.