About Green Electronics Council

Green Electronics Council (GEC)

GEC is a mission-driven 501c(4) non-profit that collaborates to achieve a world in which only sustainable IT products are designed, manufactured, and purchased.  Founded initially to manage EPEAT, the leading global ecolabel for IT products, GEC advocates for sustainable IT by helping both manufacturers and large-scale purchasers to:

UNDERSTAND

the challenges facing sustainable IT

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COMMIT

to address those challenges

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ACT

to change internal operational, manufacturing and procurement behaviors

Green Electronics Council

The Green Electronics Council (GEC) acts as the fulcrum point between those who buy (institutional purchasers) and those who make (information technology brands).  We understand that by deciding to buy sustainable IT products, institutional purchasers can really “move the needle” towards a more sustainable world.  GEC is proud to support institutional purchasers in their implementation of sustainable procurement and along with our flagship program EPEAT, we provide additional tools and resources. You can learn more about purchaser focused tools and guidance on our purchasers guidance page.

OUR STAFF

GEC is populated by individuals who are invested in sustainability, knowledgeable about procurement, committed to EPEAT, and relentless in their support of sustainable IT.

Nancy Gillis

Chief Executive Officer

CARA BEATTY

SENIOR MANAGER OF CONFORMITY AND TRAINING 

KIM BRAUN

SENIOR MANAGER, TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT AND CRITERIA DEVELOPMENT

JULIA BULFIN

SENIOR MANAGER, TALENT IDENTIFICATION, RETENTION AND HR OPERATIONS
 

 

ANDREA DESIMONE

EPEAT PURCHASER RELATIONS SENIOR MANAGER

PATRICIA DILLON

DIRECTOR, EPEAT CATEGORY DEVELOPMENT

LINDSAY FERNANDEZ-SALVADOR

EPEAT PROGRAM DIRECTOR

ERIN GATELY

EPEAT CONFORMITY ASSURANCE SENIOR MANAGER

ANDREA GILDERS

SENIOR MANAGER, EPEAT CRITERIA MANAGEMENT

TERRANCE GLOVER

EPEAT PURCHASER RELATIONS  MANAGER

LIZ HARDEE

EPEAT CONFORMITY ASSURANCE MANAGER

BECCA HAWKINS

STAFF, FINANCE AND OPERATIONS

SUSAN HERBERT

DIRECTOR GEC ASSURANCE AND TRAINING SERVICES

LAUREN HOPPE

QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE MANAGER

JANELLE  JOBE

DIRECTOR OF PURCHASER RELATIONS

BEVERLY KENNEDY 

SENIOR MANAGER OF CONFORMITY AND TRAINING 

HEMA MADAKA

TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH & CATEGORY DEVELOPMENT INTERN

JONATHAN RIFKIN

DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS

ALEX TORRES

EPEAT PURCHASER RELATIONS MANAGER  

EMILY WILKES

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE AND CONTRACTS MANAGEMENT

OUR BOARD

The GEC Board is a fiduciary responsibility board whose Directors share their expertise in sustainability, policy, organizational management, technology and purchasing for the benefit of GEC and its mission.

RICHARD CRESPIN

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, COLLABORATE UP

LIZ GASSTER (SECRETARY)

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, B AND G VENTURES

ALAN KEITH

VICE PRESIDENT, WALT DISNEY ANIMATION STUDIOS

RETA JO LEWIS

DIRECTOR, CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS & SENIOR FELLOW, THE GERMAN MARSHALL FUND OF THE UNITED STATES

ANDY PALAN

CHIEF BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY & INFORMATION OFFICER, INTARCIA THERAPEUTICS

BETH RATTNER

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BIOMIMICRY INSTITUTE

CARL SMITH                (CHAIR)

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, CALL2RECYCLE

KENT V. SNYDER, J.D. (TREASURER)

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, COMMUNITY FOREST PRODUCTS

KATHRIN WINKLER (VICE CHAIR)

FORMER CHIEF SUSTAINABILITY OFFICER, EMC CORPORATION

OUR CAREERS

The Green Electronics Council is committed to recruiting, hiring, and promoting the best qualified individuals for positions at all levels within GEC. Job openings are posted on this page and we distribute listings widely in search of high-performing candidates who are passionate about IT, sustainable procurement, and who are experts in their areas of focus.

Internships are available on a rolling basis. Please direct inquiries about internships to Ms. Julia Bulfin, at  jbulfin@greenelectronicscouncil.org.

The Green Electronics Council provides Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) to all employees and applicants. Employment decisions are based on the skills and qualifications of the individuals involved. Individuals will be free from discrimination based on characteristics protected by law such as race, religion, color, national origin, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, Vietnam Era- or disabled-veteran status, or the presence of a physical, mental, or sensory disability.

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