Two-thirds of the average company's environment, social and governance footprint lies with suppliers. Procurement leaders who take bold action can make a decisive difference in sustainability.

–"Buying into a more sustainable value chain," McKinsey & Company, Our Insights, September 20, 2021

LMU's Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability held its 2021 Business as a Force for Good Ethics Symposium , bringing together procurement and sustainability executives from entertainment, consumer goods, health care, technology and real estate to share their organizational initiatives in supply chain sustainability. Executives from Grove Collaborative and Williams-Sonoma also presented their supply chain strategies. View the video below!

Stay tuned for information about the upcoming 2022 Symposium!


Alex Crane
Director of Innovation, Grove Collaborative
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Jennifer Gootman
Vice President of Sustainability, Williams-Sonoma
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Danielle Jezienicki
Director, Sustainability, Grove Collaborative
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Dominique Hargreaves

Dominique Hargreaves '04
Director, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility, American Realty Advisors
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John Marler 
Director, Corporate Responsibility, Ingram Micro
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Lisa Mathiessen 
Category Manager, Sustainability, Amazon 
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Tami McCrossen-Orr, LLS '02
Chief of Airport Planning, Los Angeles World Airports
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Donna Osiri
Chief Procurement Officer, Sony Pictures Worldwide and Chair, Green Business Council of Southern California
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Elizabeth Schenk
Ph.D., RN, FAAN, Executive Director of Environmental Stewardship, Providence Health 
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Jon Silverman
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Physical Products, Grove Collaborative
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Dayle Smith
Ph.D., Dean and Professor, Leadership and Organizational Behavior, College of Business Administration
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Jeff Thies
Director, Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability
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