Sustainability Project Manager, MIT
Brian is a project manager in MIT’s Office of Sustainability and is leading MIT efforts to grow a more climate resilient campus and re-imagine campus material flows of procured goods and waste outputs. Prior to joining MIT in 2016, Brian spent a decade at the global engineering, planning and design firm EDAW/AECOM and previously worked for the United Nations, landscape design firm James Corner Field Operations and the City of New York Department of Parks & Recreation. Brian’s perspectives are drawn from working with private developers, cities, rural communities, and not-for-profits in the U.S., Africa, Asia, Australia and the Caribbean. He holds a Master of Environmental Management from Yale University and a B.A. in Political Science from Union College.
Come hear sustainable purchasing leaders from a city, a manufacturer, and a university share how they have taken their organization’s sustainable purchasing efforts to the next level by strategically engaging internal stakeholders. Starting at different levels of maturity and coming from different sectors, these case studies will draw out some of the common challenges that … read more >>