Our special guest for the September Town Hall is Megan Dobratz
President at Native Sustainability | Native Sustainability
Topic: Material Matchmaking: The power of connections for waste reduction.
Megan Dobratz, LEED AP Megan has two decades of experience working in the sustainability field. Her expertise includes resource management, including energy and water, with a focus on waste. She leverages her knowledge, relationships, and creativity to help clients make business choices that support their environmental and social commitments, profit motives, and human capital. She leads the team at Native Sustainability – a group of natural problem solvers who bring enthusiasm and a collaborative approach to helping clients overcome obstacles, synthesize their unique positioning and ultimately achieve their strategic objectives to create a more sustainable business. Their clients range from local nonprofits to large venues such as the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, the Metropolitan Airports, the MN State Fair. She serves on the board of Voyageurs Conservancy – the official nonprofit partner for Voyageurs National Park. Megan lives in Minneapolis, loves anything outdoors and believes that you should always pack a swimsuit.
Tuesday, November 28
1:00pm – 2:00pm Central Time