President & CEO, Adinura Advisory
Joyce has over 20 years of U.S. and international experience in corporate and investment banking with Rabobank International, academia, and non-profit enterprises. Her successes include launching and turning around operations for increased growth and profitability, and improved risk management. Under her leadership, Novus International's 2010 Sustainability Report was awarded Level B-Check by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
Joyce continues to advise Novus International about the nexus between innovation R&;D, business implications of innovation related tax incentives for networked enterprises, and conservation issues (water, wildlife habitat, energy). She serves on the board of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and served as Treasurer of the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform, an organization of leading, international food and drink companies.
Senior Vice President & Partner, VOX Global
Tony co-leads the sustainability practice group at VOX Global, a public affairs and strategic communications firm, where he provides strategic counsel to Chief Sustainability Officers and senior executives for several global and international companies.
His specialization and passion is working with clients to integrate and communicate sustainable business practices that enhance their profitability, bottom line, and reputation. Tony provides counsel to companies in the telecommunications, food and beverage, alternative energy, private equity and transportation industries.
Craig Jung developed a passion for the outdoors and the environment at an early age. With the continuing growth of sustainability and green, particularly in the St. Louis Region, Mr. Jung created www.stlouisgreen.com, an online resource for everything green in the St. Louis Region and Greenside Up! Productions, LLC, a marketing and consulting agency. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Horticulture and a Masters of Management.
Randall D. Lewis
Director of Operations, Walsh & Associates, Inc.
Randall D. Lewis led the effort to install 416 solar panels atop the roof of Walsh & Associates’ 88,000 square-foot warehouse, the largest private use of photovoltaics in the state of Missouri. In his time as director of operations at the St. Louis-based chemical distributor, electricity use has fallen 85 percent and natural gas use has been cut in half.
Lewis devotes 40 percent of the management class he teaches at Webster University to lectures and readings on sustainability. In his spare time, he volunteers with schools and nonprofits to help them meet their energy efficiency and renewable energy goals.
Independent Marketing Consultant
Dan Mauzy brings over thirty years of marketing, advertising and entrepreneurial experience to bear upon the sustainability efforts of key stakeholders in the St. Louis Region. As a non-practicing attorney serving as the chief marketing and administrative officer of a major St. Louis business law firm, Dan helped launch the firm's Green Business Practice, which drew upon the expertise of lawyers across the breadth of the practice - environmental, corporate, real estate, litigation and government affairs - as each of those areas of law apply to sustainability. He also helped the firm to become recognized as one of the first American Bar Association and Environmental Protection Agency law office "Climate Challenge Partners."
As an independent consultant, Mauzy was contracted by the St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association to conceive and execute marketing strategies and tactics behind its involvement with the Green Labor Market Information Project, funded by the Department of Labor. Mauzy coordinated the collaboration of area employers, educators, policy makers and citizens for the future of the region's green economy.
Energy Program Manager, Missouri Botanical Garden
Richard Reilly has been deeply involved in local sustainability issues for more than a third of his 30-year-career in the construction industry. With a portfolio of hundreds of projects respectful of the environment, Reilly, Energy Program Manager of the Missouri Botanical Garden, advocates a creative, collaborative and practical approach to sustainable construction.
Reilly works with students interested in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) at both Washington University and St. Louis Community College and is the co-organizer of the “Sustainability and the Built Environment of the St. Louis Region” exhibit.
Environmental Policy Analyst, The Boeing Company
David Shanks has long been active in environmental policy on a local and state level. As environmental policy analyst for The Boeing Company, he is involved in the St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association’s Green Business Challenge and its Greenprint planning effort. Shanks represents Boeing in the St. Louis EHS Leaders Network and teaches the spring session of Introduction to Environmental Law at Saint Louis University.
On the state level, Shanks is chairman of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce’s Environment and Energy Committee. He holds positions within the Regulatory Environmental Group for Missouri and the environment committee of Associated Industries of Missouri.
Partner, Global Corporate Consultancy/Antea Group
John Stier is recognized as a leader who develops creative business solutions to environmental issues. With more than 30 years of experience in the beverage industry, Stier consults globally with leading consumer products companies on sustainability strategy development, water stewardship, climate change solutions, value chain optimization and sustainability leadership through the Antea Group.
During his tenure as director of corporate environmental affairs for Anheuser-Busch, Stier saw the company consistently recognized as first in the beverage industry for social and environmental responsibility. He has frequently presented at government agency, business association and academic workshops and seminars.
President & CEO, SustainEdge
As the founder of SustainEdge, a full-service sustainability consultancy, and the creator of the St. Louis Sustainable Business Network, Greg Stine has a long-standing investment in advocating the adoption and use of sustainable business practices in the region. Stine's SustainEdge, which focuses on addressing the strategic and operational management aspects of sustainability, was the first firm of its kind in Missouri.
An active student mentor and career coach, Stine provides insights on sustainability and project management from a practical perspective. He is a frequent guest lecturer at area universities and a recognized thought leader on the topic of sustainability.
Catherine L. Werner, J.D., LEED AP
Sustainability Director, Office of the Mayor City of St. Louis
Catherine is an environmental attorney, sustainability practitioner, and educator with successful record in supporting, promoting and managing various sustainable development and conservation initiatives. She has special knowledge of issues and techniques relating to urban sustainability, green infrastructure, sustainable development, and green buildings.
As Sustainability Director for the City of St. Louis in the Office of the Mayor, Werner oversees more than $4 million in grant money being used for energy conservation and sustainable community initiatives in the City. An adjunct professor teaching Environmental Law: Applications Toward Sustainability at Washington University, Werner also has been a guest lecturer at Saint Louis University and gives numerous presentations relating to her professional position.