Have fun, make a difference
Growing up in Portland, Oregon is usually all I have to tell a person for them to understand why I’m environmentally-friendly. When I was eighteen years old, I moved to Boston, MA to attain my economics degree at Northeastern University, which is when my eyes were opened to the power of data.
As a member of the Zero Waste Blogger’s Network, I’m not looking to be a role model in the zero waste community, but rather seeking to make a large scale impact in our current business setting. I believe that, in this current big data era, there is potential to eradicate inefficiencies in how business manage their waste, ultimately saving them money.
My blog, WhenTrashBecomesTreasure.com, offers the reader a smorgasbord of sustainable information and happenings. The most popular component of my blog involves recycling in Fenway Park while the Red Sox play. It is a volunteer opportunity put on by the team, inviting the public to help Fenway become more sustainable.
Get in contact!
Follow my blog series, The Real Green Monster of Fenway, to get a better idea of how you can help me raise our team’s Bagging Average. Lastly, you can reach me on LinkedIn and Twitter. I hope you will drop me a line, and encourage you to connect over social media or in person.