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"We are the ones we have been waiting for."

A National Call to Action for Young Businesspeople

E2 National Webinar
Thursday, March 9, 2017
10 am PT/11 am MT/12 pm CT/1 pm ET

RSVP HERE
 

A voice of reason is missing in America

Yours.

Young entrepreneurs and emerging business leaders have the most to gain from a clean energy economy - and the most to lose if our country's leaders choose to ignore the economic impacts of climate change.
 
 

 
Right now, our businesses, our jobs and our future are at risk, by threats to roll back landmark clean energy policies, pull out of international climate agreements and eliminate basic environmental protections.

America needs emerging leaders like you to speak up for our future - before it's too late.

Please join Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) and young business leaders from across the country to learn why business voices like yours are critical for the good of our environment and our economy, and how you can make a difference right now in Washington and the world.
 
 
Speakers:

Tommy Hayes
San Francisco, CA
Policy Partnerships Manager at Lyft

RJ Mastic
Denver, CO
Founder & CEO, EcoSystems

Christi Turner
Denver, CO
Multimedia & Sustainability Specialist

Zach Tucker
St. Louis, MO
Founder, Social Impact Architect at Goodmeetsworld

Moderated by Bob Keefe, E2 Executive Director

 
 
 
E2 National Webinar
March 9, 2017

 
10:00 - 11:00 AM Pacific // 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mountain // 
12:00 - 1:00 PM Central // 1:00 - 2:00 PM Eastern 

RSVP HERE
 
Webinar information will be sent on March 8 to all who have responded positively. 
Questions? Contact zach@e2.org or ying@e2.org
 
  
 

About the Speakers:
 
Tommy Hayes is the Policy Partnerships manager for Lyft. He works with partner organizations and government agencies to advance the equitable and sustainable mobility vision of the company. While at Yale earning his MBA, Tommy spent the summer of 2012 with the Zero Emissions Resource Organisation in Oslo, Norway (“the electric vehicle capital of the world”), examining policy designed to spur the move to cleaner transportation choices. He spent the summer of 2013 in marketing at the Cleantech Group in San Francisco. Prior to Yale, Tommy was an Associate Advocate at the NRDC, working with its business partner group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) on a variety of federal and California policy. Tommy earned his B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Notre Dame (2006) before completing the joint MEM/MBA at Yale.
 
RJ Mastic began his career in construction over 20 years working in residential housing.  Since then he has dedicated his life to becoming an expert in green building and energy efficiency.  He founded Ecosystems in 2010 and has since completed over 400 energy efficiency projects in over 10 states.  Over the past 7years he has built a dedicated team of experts and partners to service any building need.  His personal experience for EE and green building was gained from a wide range of projects including energy assessments, lighting, HVAC, controls, insulation, windows, and renewable energy projects.  Community involvement and local philanthropy are two of his passions which have led him to lead on many boards and committees for  local non-profits and green building industry associations.
  
Christi Turner  is a wriiter, photographer & filmmaker, and conservation & sustainability specialist, based in Denver, Colorado. Her photography spans Madagascar and East Africa, Norway and the Arctic, her home state of Rhode Island, the northeast, and the U.S. West.She focuses on finding stories of sustainability and development in a changing climate. Her work has recently given her two Top of the Rockies awards. Christi worked more than seven years in sustainable development, primarily in Madagascar, with a focus on using media and storytelling skills - from radio to photography, to filmmaking - as a community development tool.
  
Zach Tucker is a St. Louis-based social entrepreneur and the founder of Goodmeetsworld - a social impact community - uniting businesses and nonprofit organizations by building customized giving programs that enable businesses to give back with every product or service sold. Zach recently spent 5 years in the energy efficiency industry as a co-founder and vice president of operations at One3LED. In this role, Zach implemented a company giving program that saved inner city families over $1,000/year on electric bills for every LED project sold. After witnessing the robust business and social benefits of this program, Zach combined his passions for small business development and philanthropy to start Goodmeetsworld. Zach continues his environmental stewardship as an E2 Midwest Chapter Director. He hopes to help build the Emerging Leaders program into a powerful network of young leaders to bring real change to our economy and environment. 
  
Bob Keefe is E2’s Executive Director, overseeing E2’s work across the country and coordinating E2’s staff and chapters stretching from Boston to San Diego. Bob speaks regularly about the economic benefits of smart environmental policies; the clean energy economy; jobs and related issues, and has been widely quoted in publications nationwide. Prior to joining E2 in 2011, Bob spent more than 20 years as a political, business and environmental journalist. He served as the chief Washington correspondent for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution; as a California-based national reporter for Cox Newspapers/Cox News Service; as technology editor for the Austin (Tx) American-Statesman and as a business and investigative reporter for the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times. Bob also co-founded a technology news Web site and has co-authored or edited several business-related books. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was a fellow at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
  
About E2:
Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) is a national, nonpartisan group of business leaders, investors, and professionals from every sector of the economy who advocate for smart policies that are good for the economy and good for the environment. Our members have founded or funded more than 2,500 companies, created more than 600,000 jobs, and manage more than $100 billion in venture and private equity capital. For more information, see www.e2.org or follow us on Twitter at @e2org.

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