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Sustainability specialist joins Greenfleet Board

Sustainability specialist joins Greenfleet Board

Sustainability specialist Angela McClowry has been appointed to the board of Greenfleet.

Ms McClowry has 15 years’ experience driving sustainability programs across the food, energy, forestry and horticulture industries, and joins a diverse board committed to building Australia’s ‘green’ infrastructure.

According to Greenfleet’s Chairman, Gunther Jurkschat, Ms McClowry’s expertise will complement the already robust board.

Angela has worked in sustainability roles in Australia, the United Kingdom and in the United States, and her deep understanding of strategy and implementation across a range of industries will help us steer Greenfleet’s ambitious agenda,” Mr Jurkschat says.

Ms McClowry recently joined Cleanleap, a start-up focused on sharing insights on clean technology solutions such as renewable energy, and waste and water efficiency, and has completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Natural Resources Management) at Deakin University.

Prior to this, she was sustainability manager for the Australian Food and Grocery Council, developing and implementing its10-year industry-wide sustainability strategy. Ms McClowry has gained forestry experience while working for the agribusiness investment company Timbercorp, was an environmental analyst for British Energy in London, and a project manager with the global consulting firm Environmental Resources Management (ERM) in Chicago.

Throughout my career, I’ve looked for solutions to our most pressing sustainability challenges. Greenfleet is a practical organisation focused on creating value for companies, communities and the environment and I’m delighted to contribute to Greenfleet’s mission,” Ms McClowry says.

As our board grows in strength and influence, we’re dedicated to telling the positive story of how carbon offsetting can address climate change, improve biodiversity and create stronger, more sustainable communities. We are excited that Angela McClowry will help us share this story,” Mr Jurkschat concludes.