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Brooke Suter

As a state or national director for 20 years, Ms. Suter has worked in 50 states and federally to build diverse coalitions, empower citizens and lead adoption of nationally precedent-setting environment and public health legislation, regulation and incentive-based programs in the United States. Currently, she is: (1) Collaborating internationally on tools for informed public action on the U.N.’s interrelated Sustainable Development Goals (gender, poverty, climate, and more) via; (2) Supporting sustainability systems thinking across coursework, culture and alumni at the Harvard Kennedy School; (3) Integrating MIT’s Theory U into sustainability approaches; and, (4) Launching Sustainable Leadership to Thrive to support both personal and professional sustainability practices. Ms. Suter has received NGO, city and state awards, and is a Guinness Book of World Records record holder.