Environmental Executive Moves: Cambrian Innovation, Biotech Partners, ISSP
Cambrian Innovation: The water and bioenergy technology provider has named Randy Ziffer chief operating officer. Ziffer was most recently senior vice president of operations at Columbia Tech.
International Society of Sustainability Professionals: The world’s leading association for sustainability professionals has named Sarah Beaubien to its board of directors. Beaubien currently serves as director of sustainability for Farmer Brothers.
International Living Future Institute: The environmental NGO committed to community transformation has announced the hiring of Eric Corey Freed (pictured) as vice president of global outreach. Freed comes to the Institute after having run his own San Francisco-based architecture firm for the better part of the past two decades.
National Waste & Recycling Association: The trade association for the private sector waste and recycling services industry has named John Haudenshield as its new director of safety. Haudenshield has held senior level safety and risk management positions for Diageo, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Unique Industries and Cycle Systems.
Nutrinsic: The provider of commercial nutrition solutions through upcycled unused nutrients has announced that David Hutchinson has been named vice president of technical services and Daniel Beckett has been named controller. Hutchinson previously served as senior vice president of operations at RiceBran Technologies and director of quality and regulatory affairs at Bioriginal Food and Science. Beckett has over 30 years of accounting and financial experience with a number of companies, including Coca-Cola and American Express.
Biotech Partners:Â The science education provider for underserved youthâ€™s board of directors has appointed Lynda Gayden as its new executive director. Gayden previously served as executive director of Contra Costa Regional Health Foundation.
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