The Ray C. Anderson Foundation is proud to call the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business one of our key funding initiatives.
The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (“Center”) at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business and the Net Impact – MBA Chapter co-hosted the sixth annual panel on sustainability in careers in October.
Speakers shared insights with nearly two dozen MBA students eager to hear how their careers could be aligned with their environmental and social values. Panelists included David Hogan (Mgt ’10, T&M minor), president of America’s Remanufacturing Company; Jesse Miers (AE ’11), program manager on Delta Air Lines’ Fleet Strategy team; Doug Nagy, deputy commissioner of city planning for the City of Atlanta; and Cecilia Shutters (MPP ’12), recycling technical advisor at The Recycling Partnership. Blais Hickey, Net Impact Chapter President, served as moderator.