JAMESTOWN – The Robert H. Jackson Center will host a panel discussion titled “How Vital is Corporate Environmental Responsibility?” on Wednesday, April 19.
A 6 p.m. reception will be followed by a formal program at 7 p.m. in the Jackson Center’s Cappa Theatre. Justice Jackson’s granddaughter, Julia Craighill, will open the program. She will then introduce a panel of three experts to explore business opportunities and risks inherent in environmental sustainability.
The panel includes:
- Laurie Counsel, Environmental Relations Director at Cummins International;
- Allison Robinson, Director of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) Environmental Initiatives;
- Matthew L. Wolford who formerly served as Regional Counsel and as Assistant Counsel for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Northwest Region;
The program is part of a “GreenUp Jamestown” series which seeks to “collaborate and cooperate with regional organizations that support conservation and sustainability.”
The program is free, though donations to the Jackson Center are welcome.