Best Practices to Drive Sustainability Engagement

Kati Kallins has been at the forefront of bringing innovative Corporate Sustainability programs to large, complex organizations.

Kati will share learnings and best practices with fellow leaders. The conversation is moderated by Clarasight CEO, Adam Braun.

In this webinar: You'll hear Kati's experience and advice for tackling employee-related Scope 3 emissions and building connections between cross-functional teams. She'll share valuable insights into turning employee engagement into measurable action.

You will learn:

  • How to use your company's unique strengths to reduce carbon emissions
  • The importance of mapping current but disparate Sustainability efforts into a cohesive strategy
  • Ways to close the gap between Scope 3 goals and employee action
  • The ways Meta is using Clarasight to make measurable progress on their Sustainability goals

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Kati Kallins

Kati Kallins

Kati's career has been fueled by a personal passion for climate action and social equity. She's worked across the public and private sector in the United States, China, and Europe leading projects on sustainability strategy, strategic communications, workplace design + construction, public-private partnerships, and sustainability reporting. She's also created internal communications programs and managed project teams in 20 countries. Most recently, she led Meta’s sustainability internal engagement and communications program, overseeing the Meta Sustainability Council, and managing cross-functional working groups focused on climate, strategic positioning, ESG and circularity.

Adam Braun

Adam Braun

Adam Braun is the Co-Founder & CEO of Clarasight. After beginning his career at Bain & Co, he was the Founder & CEO of Pencils of Promise, the award-winning organization that has built nearly 600 schools around the world and then became Founder & CEO of MissionU which was acquired by WeWork in 2018. In recent years he has been named to Business Insider's 40 Under 40 and Wired Magazine’s “50 People Who Are Changing the World." His book "The Promise of a Pencil: How an Ordinary Person Can Create Extraordinary Change" debuted at #2 on the New York Times Bestseller list and went on to become a #1 national bestseller.