Sarah Brinker has dedicated her career to protecting the environment. She spent five years in Advancement-Communications at Sierra Club HQ in San Francisco, raising funds for national campaigns like the Beyond Coal Campaign. She then spent two years at new solar financing nonprofit RE-volv, spearheading partnerships and building out the development infrastructure. There, she landed RE-volv’s largest grant ever from the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. Itching to move the needle on the corporate side, Sarah earned an MBA in sustainable business practices from the University of Oregon. While there, as president of the Net Impact Graduate Chapter, the leadership team and she launched the wildly successful Impact Investing Forum with guest speakers from around the country. Upon graduation, Sarah moved to Portland, OR and now works with the Global Sustainability Engagement team at Nike. Sarah’s comprehensive knowledge of corporate environmental sustainability and deep skillsets in relationship membership have empowered her success.