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Based in New York, Margo is an expert in sustainability transparency, integration, ESG issue prioritization and stakeholder engagement. Margo has worked across a number of sectors including healthcare, energy, food and agriculture, and consumer products.

Her recent projects include developing a sustainability reporting strategy with healthcare company Becton Dickinson, conducting a stakeholder engagement process with Fibria, a Brazilian pulp company, and creating a comprehensive sustainability strategy for a seafood restaurant chain.

Margo has led numerous strategy and facilitation projects and also co-authored two if SustainAbility’s think tank reports, See Change and Sustainability Incorporated, which offer in-depth perspectives on leading practice in materiality assessments, embedding sustainability and effective transparency. See Change also explores how companies can leverage transparency and reporting to drive change and Sustainability Incorporated highlights five pathways for embedding sustainability into business strategy. In addition to leading consulting and research projects, Margo supports SustainAbility’s Engaging Stakeholders Network, a membership of 30 leading companies working to embed sustainability into the core of their business models.

Prior to joining SustainAbility Margo taught urban environmental field studies through the AmeriCorps program. Margo holds a BS in Environmental Conservation from the University of New Hampshire and a Masters in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

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