Friday, February 4, 2011

Lorie Wigle, president of Climate Savers Computing Initiative, makes Top 10 Women in Sustainability list

Hello, fellow CSCI members.

In case you haven’t seen this already, I wanted to share that Lorie Wigle, CSCI’s own president, made PINK’s distinguished list of Top 10 Women in Sustainability! PINK is recognized by Forbes as a "Top 100 Women's Website 2010" as well as a Yahoo! "Top 10 Women's Business Site,” and it features America's most influential women in business through nationwide PINK events and Top Women Profiles.

Lorie is featured with an esteemed crowd, including female senior leaders from Coca-Cola, Turner Broadcasting, Johnson & Johnson, Hyatt, Verizon, and Ford, just to name a few of the biggest brands in the world. To see the full list, visit Little Pink Book.

PINK quotes Lorie: “As companies embrace sustainability they evolve from ‘do no harm’ to ‘doing well by doing good’ to eventually growing revenue by delivering products and services that improve sustainability.”

Congratulations to Lorie and to CSCI for its continued efforts to promote smart computing practices!

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