2023 Sustainable Procurement Snapshot Report
Join us as we take a deeper look at the results from SPLC's first Sustainable Procurement Snapshot Report.
This is the first round results from the 2023 SPLC Sustainable Procurement Program Assessment - which will once again become available in 2024 to SPLC members and non-members in platform format. Come learn what the early results indicate about the state of sustainable procurement leadership - and learn more about the NAVIGATOR platform and how you can make use of it to assess and upgrade your own program strategy and implementation.
Kaleb Stargel - Project Lead, Supplier Diversity & Sustainability at Entergy Services, LLC
Kaleb Stargel is a strategic communicator, project manager and environmental, social and governance (ESG) professional with more than seven years of experience in philanthropy, sustainability, public affairs and communications in the utility and nonprofit sectors. He currently works at Entergy Corporation (an integrated electric utility) in New Orleans on the supplier diversity, development and sustainability team helping to drive and evolve an effective supply chain sustainability program aligned with corporate ESG objectives. Originally from Mobile, Alabama, Kaleb holds a B.A. from the University of South Alabama. When not working, you can find him enjoying time with friends, treasure hunting at thrift stores or deep diving into true crime.
Mike Atwater - Manager, Supply Chain Sustainability at Entergy
With over 27 years of experience in the Electric Utility Industry, Mike Atwater values dedication, service, and excellence in all aspects of ESG in supply chain. Mike earned his MBA from A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University and has a completed the Corporate Sustainability Certification program at NYU Stern School of Business.
In his spare time, Mike is passionate about his community. Honors include being recognized as project leader of the year after implementing a local public art project sponsored by the Young Leadership Council, “A Streetcar Named Inspire.” He was recognized by New Orleans Medical Mission Services as a volunteer of the year for his effort running international eye glass clinics in impoverished countries. Mike supported recovery efforts for Hurricane IDA securing donations of six semi-truckloads of supplies for Entergy’s communities and personally delivering 10,000 mobile device battery chargers to customer support centers across the areas impacted by the hurricane.