On October 24-26, thousands of sustainable business professionals and students will descend upon Silicon Valley for the 2013 Net Impact conference. Our PGS Net Impact chapter is a co-host this year, curating 6 conference tracks, and bringing the most members of any Net Impact chapter in the country. We’re also up for Chapter of the Year!
Here’s your guide to the PGS alumni and current students that will be speaking on panels at this year’s conference. Let us know if we’ve missed anyone. And if you’re at any of these sessions, let us know on Twitter at @PresidioGrad.
Friday, October 25th
10:00am – 4:00pm — Visit Director of Admissions and Alumni Affairs Bethany Baugh in the Exhibit Hall
10:15 Stacey Waldspurger — Turning the Tables: Disruptive Technologies in the Food System
2:45 Dale Wannen — Inside Job: Creating Change through Shareholder Activism
2:45 Nick Aster — Silicon Valley’s Giants: Starting up a New Kind of CSR?
2:45 Sarah Cabell and Julie Noblitt — Local Impact: Silicon Valley, Ideation for Our Host Community
4:30 Stacey Waldspurger — Sustainable from Farm to Table
Saturday, October 26th
10:15 Elizabeth Ü and Brahm Amadi — Put your Money Where Your Mouth is
12:00 Jen Boynton — The Great Convergence: Exploring How Collaboration Transforms Sustainability
1:30 Inna Volynskaya and Jen Coyle — Local Libations: How Sustainability Is Strengthening Craft Beer & Wine
1:30 Erik Distler — Eyes on the Prize: Are Sustainability Goals in the Way?
3:00 Sarah Cabell and Julie Noblitt — Part 2 of Local Impact: Silicon Valley