January Town Hall

Lessons from Leaders

Hello everyone,

It’s that time again…

Topic: Implementing a Waste Reduction Strategy for City Businesses

Learn the planning, methods and process of developing and launching this city wide sustainability initiative.

Our special guest for the January Town Hall is Hannah Bohn. 

Hannah Bohn is a Senior Sustainability Specialist with Minnesota Waste Wise Foundation, a nonprofit affiliate of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce that assists businesses and other organizations with waste reduction, recycling, and energy efficiency projects. Hannah currently leads MNimize, a new program from Waste Wise in partnership with Hennepin County that is focused on helping food businesses reduce single-use plastic waste. MNimize recognizes the efforts these businesses are already making to reduce plastic waste, and provides technical assistance and funding to help them take further action.

MASD Town Hall: Hannah Bohn
Tuesday, January 31: 1:00pm – 2:00pm CT time
Google Meet joining info:
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/wju-vmsn-ukt
Or dial: ‪(US) +1 385-999-6267‬ PIN: ‪550 455 557‬#
More phone numbers: https://tel.meet/wju-vmsn-ukt?pin=9480813178395

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Dawn Keene / Director

Dawn Keene is the president of Studio Change, a company offering sustainability consulting services. Prior to Studio Change, Dawn has served as president of Keene Design, Inc. an award-winning Atlanta-based firm specializing in graphic design for over a decade.

Her previous affiliations have included High-Performance Healthy Schools Committee for USGBC Atlanta (United States Green Building Council), serving as the membership chair and on the sustainability committee for AIGA Atlanta (American Institute of Graphic Arts AIGA.) Her work has been featured on Sustainable Brands and published in Graphic Design U.S.A. In addition, she has participated in panel discussions on various topics such as environmental design and community outreach.

Her life mission is to empower communities and individuals to take positive action towards building a more sustainable future through education and community outreach. She holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Georgia State University and graduated from MCAD’s MA in Sustainable Design program in 2013.