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Sustainability and Shared Value Career Panel

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When:

Thursday, April 15

Program/Presentation
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Where:

Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business


Virtual

 

Come explore sustainability-related job opportunities and career paths with three great panelists!

Come explore sustainability-related job opportunities and career paths! Panelists at this event will speak about their current roles and how they got there. The discussion will be geared toward undergraduates but is open to all who are interested in infusing sustainability into their careers.

 

This panel is hosted by Professor Ravi Subramanian’s undergraduate management course, MGT 3770: Business Decisions for Sustainability and Shared Value, and cosponsored by the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business.

 

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Panelists:
 

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She never thought growing up on her grandfather's farm would now become her life's mission. Except she traded in cows for micro-livestock - insects to be exact. Akissi believes the sustainable farming of insects as a healthy, affordable, and accessible source of alternative protein for food, feed, and fertilizer unlocks the potential to help us regenerate natural resources and re-imagine more resilient food systems that feed more people, responsibly.   

 

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Jerry Griffin is a member of Delta’s Global Sustainability team where he leads the development of the airline’s sustainability agenda and manages strategic partnerships. Before joining the Global Sustainability team, Jerry served the Airport Customer Service and Cargo Divisions as chief of staff for the leader of those divisions. Prior to joining Delta in 2018, Jerry worked for McKinsey & Company where he was a part of their North American Banking and Payments Practice. While there, his work was focused heavily on commercial banking pricing, marketing, and sales.

 


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Patrick Pittaluga: Cofounder and COO, Grubbly Farms

Patrick Pittaluga is cofounder and COO of Grubbly Farms, a startup producing sustainable insect-based animal feeds. At Grubbly Farms, Patrick overseas sales, marketing, finance, and new product development. Patrick started Grubbly Farms with his cousin Sean Warner while at Georgia Tech where he graduated from Scheller College of Business. 

 

Moderator:

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Michael Oxman, Managing Director, Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business 

 

 

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Due to current distance-learning circumstances, this event will be hosted virtually. The virtual platform will be BlueJeans. Please see below for instructions to download this software and join the meeting.

 

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. Scheller College of Business provides students unparalleled breadth in environmental sustainability, ethics, corporate social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, and values-based leadership.