Sustainability Program Manager, HP Inc.
Shelley Zimmer is a Sustainable Impact Program Manager at HP Inc. Shelley leads sustainability strategy for HP’s printing supplies business and for the HP Planet Partners recycling program. Her vision is to meet people’s interest in buying products that help make a difference and reduce environmental impact. Shelley is also an Adjunct Professor at Boise State University, teaching a class in Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics.
Before working at HP, Shelley worked at Nike in a sustainable design innovation group where she worked on the Considered Index for footwear.
Shelley graduated from Yale University with a BA in History where she majored in Environmental History. Later, she graduated from Duke University with a MBA in Marketing and a Master of Environmental Management in Water and Air Resources as well as a lifelong passion for college basketball.
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