Saturday, April 15 at 8:00am to 6:00pm
Lillis Business Complex
955 E 13th Ave, Eugene, OR
The Lundquist College of Business is proud to announce its inaugural Summit for Sustainable Organizations. Join leaders from diverse backgrounds to explore and discuss the critical intersection of business and sustainability and generate ideas to improve organizations' environmental and social impacts in the world.
This event aims to instill future organizational leaders with a strong sense of the ethics, values, knowledge, and skills that will contribute to sustainable business practices.
Through a packed agenda of keynote speakers, moderated panels, interactive breakout workshops, networking opportunities, and time for reflections and debriefing, attendees will gain novel insight into how organizations are strategizing to benefit people and the planet.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Registration is capped at 120 attendees. This event welcomes:
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Friday, April 14
Saturday, April 15
Director of Sustainability, Alaska Airlines
Scott Coughlan joined Alaska Airlines in 2022 and leads the development and implementation of strategies to monitor and reduce emissions in key business functions. With an international career in directing cross-functional teams and reporting with senior executives, Coughlan is developing innovative competitive advantages for Alaska Airlines.
Guru S. Larson
Director of Sustainability, Columbia Sportswear
Oregon MBA alum Guru S. Larson has been part of the Columbia Sportswear network since 2009 and currently oversees sustainability strategy across product, operations, and supply chain. This includes understanding the business's environmental impacts, identifying and executing continuous improvement, and reporting performance.
Board President, Oregon Native American Chamber
A member of the Navajo and Omaha Nations, Eddie Sherman is a nationally recognized fundraiser, strategist, nonprofit leader, and entrepreneur who has committed his career to furthering social justice, serving underserved communities, and improving the quality of life for Native Americans and communities of color.