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Business, Environment, and Society Speaker Series: Burt Fealing, Southwire (Virtual)

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Tuesday, April 6



Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business



"Sustainability as a Strategic Differentiator at Southwire"


This is a recorded webinar, WATCH THE LINK HERE


Burt FealingThe Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (“Center”) invites you to the next talk in our Business, Environment, and Society Speaker Series. The event is open to the public.

Burt M. Fealing will present “Sustainability as a Strategic Differentiator: Planning for the Next 30 Years at Southwire.”

Fealing’s talk will cover both the history of Southwire’s commitment to environmental stewardship and corporate sustainability as well as the company’s aspirations for the next 30 years. Read more about Southwire’s strategic sustainability commitments here

Fealing will present his talk, engage in a Q&A with Center Managing Director Michael Oxman and take questions from the audience.

Speaker Bio:

Burt M. Fealing is the executive vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary for Southwire Company, North America’s leading manufacturer of wire and cable used in the distribution and transmission of electricity. With more than $5 billion of revenue, Southwire manufactures and supplies wires and cables for residential, commercial, mining, industrial, transmission, substation, distribution, renewable, and original equipment manufacturer markets in North America.


This is a recorded webinar,  WATCH THE LINK HERE



The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business was founded in 2013 to act as a catalyst and connector, bringing together students, research faculty, companies, and entrepreneurs to create an environment where business-driven solutions to sustainability challenges can take shape and thrive. In all, Scheller provides students unparalleled breadth in environmental sustainability, ethics, corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, and values-based leadership.