Join us for encore webinar presentations of one of the top two sessions of the 2010 NAEM Forum. Rated by the Forum attendees, this session represents the latest in EHS and sustainability management.
Whether you were unable to attend the Forum, or missed one of these sessions the first time around, these presentations are a cost effective way to share the Forum experience with your co-workers.
Defining the Metrics that Matter
Nov. 16, 2010
3:30 - 5:00 p.m. (ET)
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Cost: $99 for Members, $189 for Non-Members
Making metrics interesting and relevant to stakeholders, both internal senior managers, and external stakeholders is tough job. How are companies doing this and how are they normalizing their metrics reporting? With all the data companies are collecting, how are EHS and Sustainability mangers zeroing in and focusing the conversation around the metrics that really matter to their organization?
Featuring presentations by:
- Mike Christian, Manager EHS Stewardship, Goodrich Corp.
- Mike Miller, Global EHS Director, Danaher Corp.
- Lindsay Stoda, Senior Business Analysis, Sustainability, Interface Inc.
Located in Charlotte, NC, Mike has global responsibility for energy and climate, design for environment, pollution prevention, and enterprise EHS Metrics. In addition, Mike serves as a lead auditor for Goodrich and is an EHS steering committee member. Mike has worked for Goodrich for 12 years. Prior to his current assignment, he was the EHS Manager of Goodrich’s Engine Components business unit, where he had EHS responsibility for multiple locations. Mike holds a B.S. Degree in Biology from Fairmont State University in Fairmont, WV and a M.S. degree in Safety and Environmental Management from West Virginia University
Since July 2010, Michael Miller has been Global Director, Risk Management for Apex Tool Group, LLC, the largest worldwide producer of industrial hand and power tools, with 7500 global employees spread over locations in 30 countries. Prior to his role at ATG, Mike was Global Director EHS for Danaher’s Tools & Components Segment where he led the implementation and execution of a global EHS program aligned with lean manufacturing. Previously, Mike has held progressively responsible roles in EHS at Textron and Texas Instruments. Mike has a degree from Clark University in Environmental Science and Policy and has done graduate study at Clark, Columbia, and Bryant University.
Lindsay Stoda is a Senior Business Analyst in the Sustainable Strategies Group at Interface, Inc. In this role, she manages Interface’s global greenhouse gas inventory, renewable energy purchases and internal employee engagement programs and provides analytical and communications support to the corporate Sustainable Strategies team. She also maintains external partnerships such as the Chicago Climate Exchange, EPA's Climate Leaders program and others, reporting on progress and communicating Interface’s sustainable business strategies. Prior to joining Interface, Lindsay was an investment banking analyst at BB&T Capital Markets where she gained significant experience in financial advisory services. Lindsay graduated from the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida with a BS in Finance.