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Simplifying supply chain sustainability – collaboration and standardization


Feb 12, 2020 07:28 AM

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Jamie Barsimantov
COO @SupplyShift
Received his doctorate in Environmental Studies from UC Santa Cruz with a focus on environmental economics and resource management. Jamie has extensive consulting and academic experience in sustainability, climate action strategy, responsible supply chains and is a frequent speaker in academic and corporate venues. Before co-founding SupplyShift, Jamie co-founded EcoShift Consulting, taught environmental economics and sustainable design at UC Santa Cruz, conducted nation-wide research at the Urban Institute, and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama. Jamie is the driving force behind connecting SupplyShift with its customers and partners, and ensuring successful outcomes and continuous improvement in supply chain operations.
Sara Allan
Sustainability Analyst @General Mills, Natural and Organics Division
As a Sustainability Analyst for the Natural and Organic Division at General Mills (comprised of Annie’s, Cascadian Farm, EPIC, and Muir Glen), Sara focuses on improving supply chain transparency and embedding environmental and social impact data into daily business processes. Sara’s ten years in sustainability has focused on operational efficiency, manufacturing, and employee engagement. Prior to General Mills, Sara worked at Northstar Recycling, coordinating waste diversion for over one hundred manufacturing facilities, including Starbucks, Mars, and US Foods.
Don Sciolaro
Director @F4SS
Don Sciolaro serves as the Director of F4SS where, in conjunction with its Board of Directors and volunteers, defines and implements strategies and programs to deliver member value. Prior to coming to F4SS, Don was with the National Kitchen & Bath Association where he served as CEO and Director of Member Services and the National Association of Manufacturers where he served as Senior Regional Manager. Don received his M.P.A from Fairleigh Dickinson University and his B.A. from Seton Hall University. He is an elected official on his local town Council serving as the Chair of the Financial and Administrative Committee, a Trustee of his local Public Library Board and a member of the Executive Board of the Bergen Joint Insurance Fund.