[3Bl]ooming Honcho: Josh Hatch
By Josh Hatch, Brightworks
[3Bl]ooming Honcho is a series of conversations with the next wave of business leaders in Oregon. This emerging class has a keen focus on integrating sound business practices with sustainability. They keep an eye on the triple bottom line (a measurement of organizational performance based on human, natural and monetary capital, aka 3BL) while nurturing successful organizations in the new economy — and they’re poised to lead this vital shift in the way we do business. [3Bl]ooming Honcho conversations are led by SBO Associate Editor Mason Walker.
In this edition we're speaking with Josh Hatch about the growing field of sustainability analytics. Josh holds engineering degrees from both Cornell University and Stanford University and has conducted research at the Rocky Mountain Institute and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He currently serves as the director of sustainability analytics for Brightworks. Josh is 29.
Mason Walker: You've been at Brightworks for over five years now. What do you do there?
Josh Hatch: Brightworks provides advisory and technical services to organizations seeking to improve their environmental sustainability in order to meet the needs of customers, employees, regulators, investors and other stakeholders. I am one of six senior sustainability advisers at Brightworks. A Brightworks senior sustainability adviser is responsible for developing and delivering our services in a sector of the economy, a segment of the market, or a geographic territory. Right now for me, this means leading our consulting work in the Pacific Northwest, the data center sector and conducting complex analyses for clients needing customized information in order to make smart business and environmental decisions.
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