Drink in Design:
Erin Meezan, Chief Sustainability Officer at Interface
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Join us online for a virtual Drink in Design. Atlanta’s most creative people (and some from beyond the 404) will invite you into their home, studio, or maker space. They’ll tell you about their work, their career trajectory, and what they’re thinking about now as our world takes a new form.
Drink in Design will be held on Zoom, so you’ll be able to interact and engage with each designer personally. Just register and the meeting link will be delivered straight to your inbox.
On June 25, we’ll be talking to Erin Meezan, Chief Sustainability Officer at Interface.
About Erin Meezan:
As Chief Sustainability Officer at Interface, Erin leads a global team that provides technical assistance and support to the company’s global business, addressing sustainability at all levels – from operations and management, to employees and customers, and in policy forums. Erin and her team are also responsible for developing industry-leading approaches to measurement, driving transparency and innovation in the field of sustainability. This includes creating a framework for and implementing the company’s newest sustainability mission, Climate Take Back, while also sharing the Mission Zero successes Interface achieved over the past 25 years.
Erin is a frequent lecturer on sustainable business to senior management teams, universities and the growing green consumer sector to audiences around the world, including China, Singapore, Hong Kong, the United States and Europe. Past speaking engagements include Bioneers, Greenbuild, SXSW, and others.
Erin serves as a guest faculty member at Harvard University for the Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership program. She also is on the Advisory Board for Project Drawdown, a member of the Responsibility Advisory Board for SIG, and on the Advisory Board for the Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA) program at the University of Vermont’s Grossman School of Business.