The secret to making a difference is small. Change something—the way you shop, eat, recycle, or travel—and you could be well on your way to preserving everything.
Together with expert Sandra Noonan, we’ll explore how to make sustainable attainable through small, consistent actions that can create a big impact.
From recycling and reducing waste at home to thinking differently about how you spend your money and travel, Ms. Noonan will share advice for living sustainably.
Chief Sustainability Officer, Just Salad
Sandra Noonan is the Chief Sustainability Officer at Just Salad, home of the World’s Largest Restaurant Reusable program. Since joining Just Salad in 2019, Sandra has led Just Salad’s groundbreaking carbon labeling and Climatarian menu initiative; piloted zero-waste digital food ordering; and created the Sustainability Champion employee engagement program spanning six U.S. states. She has served on the Upcycled Food Association’s Standards Committee and the United Nations Food Summit’s Affiliated Business panel for Shifting to Sustainable Consumption Patterns. In 2021, she was named one of the Most Influential Women in Foodservice by Nation’s Restaurant News. Sandra holds a B.A. from Duke University and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.
Corey Klemmer, Director of Engagement, Domini.
Corey Klemmer’s diverse experience with law, financial analysis, corporate engagements and issue-based organizing enables her to lead Domini’s efforts as a voice for change. She is responsible for leading Domini’s engagement efforts with portfolio companies and broader stakeholder groups, as well as developing initiatives and campaigns.
Prior to joining Domini, Corey served as an analyst at the AFL-CIO Office of Investment where she worked with pension funds, policy makers and other stakeholders to advocate for forward-thinking investor perspectives on many issues including systemic risk, human capital management, student debt, criminal justice reform, and corporate disclosure reform. Her legal background includes work with the Strategic Counsel for Corporate Sustainability, The Initiative for Responsible Investment and her work as an attorney at The Lambert Firm prior to joining AFL-CIO.
Corey graduated cum laude from Amherst College with a B.A. in Law, Jurisprudence and Social Thought and earned her J.D. from Tulane University Law School.