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Monday, November 23 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Sustainability - It’s an Authentic Problem

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Sustainability is the ability to sustain a behavior indefinitely. Our environment depends upon us to protect and preserve it for future generations. Let’s face it, festivals wreak environmental chaos. But it doesn’t need to be the case. Hear some case studies to prove just that.

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Eric Stevens

Vice President of Operations, OTW Safety

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Kathleen Gasperini

Senior Vice President, Label Networks
Kathleen Gasperini is internationally acclaimed as an industry leader when it comes to global youth culture marketing, research, and sustainable branding strategies. She is the co-founder of Label Networks, the leader in delivering global youth culture intelligence from the heart of opinionated youth environments towards creating unique branding strategies for clients ranging from Apple Computer to ZICO coconut water. She has created... Read More →
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Megan Luce

Branch Manager, Clean Vibes
Meg Luce is the West Coast Branch Manager for Clean Vibes, LLC. Clean Vibes provides onsite waste management and recycling services to special events. Clean Vibes’ mission is to help events reduce their ecological footprints by diverting waste from the landfill through recycling and composting through its services. Luce began with Clean Vibes as a seasonal, part-time employee in 2003 and has worked for Clean Vibes at over 100 festivals... Read More →
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Patrice Williams

CEO/Founder, Going Green Film Festival
Patrice Williams founded a non-profit charity, The Minorities in Broadcasting Training Program in 1992. As a journalist, filmmaker, screenwriter, she used her background to create a fundraiser for the charity, The Going Green Film Festival. The festival was the first of it’s kind to encourage and reward green filmmaking by accepting films that were green-produced, films focused on the environment, or films that featured alternative... Read More →

Monday November 23, 2015 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Grand Ballroom

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