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Suzanne Farver, ALM, JD
Suzanne Farver is the founder and principal of GreenFix, LLC. She is an instructor at Harvard University Extension School for Corporate Sustainability Strategy, a graduate level class focused upon environmental and social responsibility for multinational corporations. She is the author of Mainstreaming Corporate Sustainability: Using Proven Tools to Promote Business Success, which is the primary text used in the course and is being used by several other universities.
Suzanne has a background of over 30 years in non-profit management, including seven years as executive director of the Aspen Art Museum in the 1990s, where she led the institution from an initial financial crisis to fiscal balance during every year of her tenure. She has served on many non-profit boards, and currently chairs the board finance committee of the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and acts as its treasurer. She also board chair for Presidio Graduate School. Other current board positions include the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies Foundation and the Denver Art Museum.
Her formal education includes a bachelor’s degree in economics from Grinnell College (Phi Beta Kappa, and president of Mortar Board) a law degree from the University of Denver (and member of the Colorado Bar Association), and a masters in liberal arts in environmental management from Harvard University Extension School, where she was honored as the class marshal as well as an honorary award for her thesis on public communication and climate change.