Interviewees, Acknowledgments, and Additional Support

This is part 11 of 11 from “Sustainability: The ‘Embracers’ Seize Advantage,” a report on the findings of the 2010 Sustainability & Innovation Global Executive Study and Research Project.


Tom Albanese, CEO, Rio Tinto

Brian Bacon, Chairman, Oxford Leadership Academy

Carl E. Binning, Vice President Health, Environment, Safety and Community, BHP Billiton

Edgar Blanco, Research Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics

Roberta Bowman, Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, Duke Energy

John Compton, CEO, PepsiCo America Foods

Steve Eppinger, Professor of Management Science and Innovation, MIT Sloan School of Management

Dan Esty, Professor of Environmental Law and Policy, Yale University

Santiago Gowland, Vice President of Brand & Global Corporate Responsibility, Unilever

Peter Graf, Chief Sustainability Officer, SAP

Brad Haeberle, Vice President Marketing, Siemens

Hal Hamilton, Co-Director, Global Sustainable Food Lab

Katie Harper, Manager, Sustainable Supply Chains, Sears Canada

Stuart Hart, SC Johnson Chair, Cornell University School of Management

Al Iannuzzi, Senior Director of Worldwide Health and Safety, Johnson & Johnson

Kim Jordan, Founder, New Belgium Brewing

Mindy Lubber, President, Ceres

Ernie Moniz, Director, MIT Energy Initiative

Mike Pedersen, Group Head, Wealth Management, TD Bank

Andrew Pelletier, Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Walmart Canada

Nick Robins, Head, Climate Change Center of Excellence, HSBC

Len Sauers, Vice President of Global Sustainability, P&G

Auden Schendler, Vice President of Sustainability, Aspen Skiing Company

Beth Springer, Executive Vice President of International and Personal Care, Clorox

Graeme Sweeney, Executive Vice President of Future Fuels and CO2, Shell

Brian Walker, CEO, Herman Miller

Peter White, Director for Global Sustainability, P&G


Aliaa Adel, BCG

Katherine Andrews, BCG

Tobias Balchen, BCG

Mike Barrette, MIT

Gary Callahan, BCG

Chad Ellis, BCG

Patricia Favreau-McKinley, MIT

David Fondiller, BCG

Deb Gallagher, MIT

Eric Gregoire, BCG

Ellen Marie Haarr, BCG

David Torvik Tønne, BCG

Additional Support

Egon Zehnder International
Egon Zehnder International is a privately held executive search firm with nearly 400 consultants operating from 63 wholly owned offices in 37 countries. The firm specializes in senior-level executive search, board consulting and director search, management appraisals and talent management. The firm’s Sustainability Practice works with companies at the executive, team and organizational levels.

SAP is a market leader in enterprise application software that helps companies of all sizes and industries run better. Founded in 1972, SAP has a rich history of innovation and growth as a true industry leader. Today, SAP has sales and development locations in more than 50 countries worldwide. SAP applications and services enable more than 109,000 customers worldwide to operate profitably, adapt continuously and grow sustainably.

Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with approximately 101,000 employees in more than 90 countries and territories. With sustainable development at the core of all business decisions, Shell uses technology and innovation to discover, develop and deliver energy in safe and responsible ways and to help tackle the energy challenges of the future.