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Jessica Leung is a Solutions Fellow at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES). She researches, analyzes, and communicates information on transportation, buildings, and renewable thermal energy. Prior to joining C2ES, she worked at Calpine Corporation, a natural gas and geothermal power plant company. She supported environmental compliance and permitting, implemented the California cap and trade program, engaged on local and state GHG policy, and analyzed water-energy nexus issues.
She holds a Master of Environmental Management from the Yale School of the Environment and a Bachelor of Science in Managerial Economics from the University of California, Davis. She serves on the Yale School of the Environment Alumni Association Board and co-chairs the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion subcommittee. She is passionate about expanding opportunities for minorities in the environmental field and mentoring youth to young professionals. In her (rare) free time, she enjoys traveling the world, playing soccer, and exploring DMV’s trails and waterways on foot, bike, and paddleboard.
Paul is the Director of Yale University’s Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, where he holds the Theresa and H. John Heinz chair in Chemistry for the Environment. Previously he served as the Science Advisor to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, as well as the Agency’s Assistant Administrator for Research and Development, appointed by President Barack Obama.
Paul is known widely as the “Father of Green Chemistry” for his ground-breaking work on the design and manufacture of chemicals that are non-hazardous and environmentally benign as well as cost effective. He is also a champion of sustainability science and innovation for environmental protection.
Paul has brought worldwide attention to the power of molecular design for the environment. He has published many articles as well as ten books, including his seminal work with co-author John Warner, “Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice.” His 12 Principles of Green Chemistry are the basis for high school, college and graduate programs around the world and have significantly altered the landscape of the chemicals industry in the United States and other countries.
Paul began his career as a staff chemist at the EPA, where he coined the term “Green Chemistry” and launched the field’s first research program. He went on to found the Green Chemistry Institute at the American Chemical Society and serve in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy from 1999 to 2004, where he concluded service as Assistant Director for the Environment. Paul returned to EPA in 2009 as the Assistant Administrator for EPA’s Office of Research and Development (ORD) and the Science Advisor to the Agency, resigning from those positions in February 2012 to return to Yale and his family.
Urvashi is a rising leader in today’s healthcare and wellness landscape, and has held executive positions in clinical care as well as digital health. With an MBA from Yale University and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Boston University she has over a decade of healthcare leadership experience. By way of her international public health and domestic impact in population health, she finds recognizes that global total wellness can only occur by way of sustained, systematic and intentional investment in environmental justice and healthcare sustainability initiatives for all populations.
As a mission driven strategist, she advises clients in the private and non-profit healthcare sector on how to stay ahead of key industry trends, identify opportunities to become more efficient, and strategically innovate how healthcare is delivered.
Prior to her work in the United States, she led healthcare advocacy and education initiatives related to Poliomyelitis and Tuberculosis in some of the poorest states of India and improved patient access to care, particularly in the field of orthopedics. By way of her international public health and domestic impact in population health, she finds recognizes that global total wellness can only occur by way of sustained, systematic and intentional investment in environmental justice and healthcare sustainability initiatives for all populations. This mission will require inter-disciplinary collaboration, innovative financing models and sustainable re-design in the healthcare system based on the principles of green chemistry and engineering. She leverages market and non-market strategies to facilitate population health strategies and utilizes healthcare analytics to refine quantitative analysis for optimized program and outcomes reporting initiatives.
Kristina Wyatt is Director of Sustainability at Latham & Watkins LLP. She previously served as Counsel to Commissioner Roel Campos of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and, before that, as Assistant General Counsel of Food Lion, Inc. She focuses both on building Latham & Watkins’ sustainability program and on helping Latham & Watkins’ clients to address their sustainability challenges and opportunities. She speaks and publishes regularly on ESG disclosure issues and the integration of ESG issues into firm strategic planning.
She holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management, a J.D. from the University of Colorado, and a B.A. from Duke University. When she is not working, she is hanging out with her two amazing teenagers, running along the C&O Canal, or hiking in Colorado.