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NAEM Expert Led Webinar - Engaging Stakeholders for an Organization's Sustainability Strategy
NAEM Expert Led Webinar

NAEM Web Seminars are an easy and cost-effective way to share a learning experience with your colleagues. With one registration you can gather your entire EHS team around a computer or projector screen to collectively participate and brainstorm ideas.

Engaging Stakeholders for an Organization's Sustainability Strategy

Engaging Stakeholders for an Organization's Sustainability Strategy

Thursday, July 19, 2018
1:00 -2:00 p.m. (ET)

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Cost: Free for Members, $99 for Non-Members

With most Fortune 500 publicly committing to sustainability and corporate social responsibility goals, there is mounting pressure for corporations to follow suite. These pressing goals and metrics are often managed in the EHS&S departments which are often siloed from the rest of the organization. Learn how the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority met their sustainability goals while also overcoming the silo-nature of EHS&S departments by listening to a conversation between the former and current Director of Planning & Environmental Affairs for the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to meet the challenges that EHS&S managers face when developing and implementing effective CSR Programs
  • How to use stake hold engagement tools and procedures
  • How to identify sustainability champions across departments

Speakers:

  • Brendan Reed, Director of Planning & Environmental Affairs; San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
  • Paul Manasjan, Technical Expert; Haley & Aldrich Inc.

Speaker Bios:

Brendan Reed
Mr. Reed is currently responsible for guiding the organization's policies concerning airport land use compatibility and master planning, corporate sustainability and environmental compliance. Mr. Reed spearheads numerous enterprise-wide initiatives including the integration of sustainability principles into capital projects and business strategies, ongoing certification through the Airport Carbon Association program and coordination with federal and state regulatory agencies.

Paul Manasjan
Mr. Manasjan has more than 30 years of public sector experience working in the fields of environmental health, resource management and sustainability. He is an internationally recognized leader and innovator in airport sustainability. Manasjan has recently retired from his post as Director of Planning & Environmental Affairs for the San Diego International Airport and as chair of Airport Council International – North America, Environmental Committee's Sustainability Working Group. He is no applying his expertise to supporting private and public sector organizations in the visioning and building of a resilient enterprise through a collaborative, integrative and whole-system approaches to continuous improvement.

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