David Brodwin writes a weekly column on sustainability in the Economic Intelligence section of US News and World Report. In addition, he’s co-founder, VP of communications and CFO at American Sustainable Business Council, the leading business organization working for policy change in support of a triple bottom line economy.
David’s background combines senior executive roles in private sector management consulting with leadership positions in advocacy and public policy. In the private sector, he was a partner at Accenture, a leading global consulting firm; director at Arthur D. Little, another consultancy; and vice president of marketing at Radius, a computer peripherals manufacturer. In policy work, he was president of New Voice of Business and executive director at Rockridge Institute, a think tank specializing in political communications. David lectures on social change at Golden Gate University. He holds an MBA from Stanford and a B.A. from Harvard, and lives in San Francisco.