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Fri, Nov 10



Monthly Meeting With Guest Speaker Remke van Zadelhoff

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Monthly Meeting With Guest Speaker Remke van Zadelhoff
Monthly Meeting With Guest Speaker Remke van Zadelhoff

Time & Location

Nov 10, 2023, 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM


About The Event

This month's topic:  "Work With Purpose: Start Using Business as a Force for Good"

About Remke van Zadelhoff

Remke has a background in finance, strategy, and sustainable development in both corporate and non-profit settings.

After completing a management training program in corporate banking in 2003, she started her career in investment banking in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and then joined LexisNexis in Washington, DC, where she focused on strategy and competitive intelligence.

Remke started working in sustainable development in 2008. First as an Operations Director for a social enterprise start-up in Fair Trade chocolate and then as a Consultant at the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC), where she worked on a range of environmental and social sustainability projects at IFC’s Sustainable Business Advisory unit.

In recent years, while obtaining her master’s degree in Sustainability & Environmental Management, Remke consulted for several Boston-based companies and served on a number of Boards. She has been one of the driving forces in bringing sustainability to the forefront in her community.

Remke holds an MA in Business Economics (University of Amsterdam, 2002) and an MA in Sustainability (Harvard, 2018). She obtained the GRI Standards Exam Certificate (2020) and participated in expert panels for Net Impact (2018) and Sustainable Finance at Babson (2018-2020). She served on the Board of Land’s Sake Farm (2017-2023), is co-founder of the Sustainable Weston Action Group (SWAG) and is a Lecturer at Boston University's Questrom School of Business (2021-current).

Visit her website here.

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