Amy Goldman, Executive Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer
Amy Goldman is an Executive Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer of Navista, Inc., The Public Affairs Group, a Washington, DC public affairs firm specializing in coalition and organization management. Amy provides strategic counsel, management, planning support and membership development for Navista and its clients. In her role as Navista’s EVP, Amy has numerous responsibilities. She serves as the Director of the Global Environmental Management Initiative (GEMI), a non-profit organization of leading companies dedicated to developing insights and creating environmental sustainability solutions for business through the sharing of solution tools and information to help businesses achieve environmental sustainability excellence. Amy is the Director of Navista’s Sustainable Solution Providers (SSP), a service connecting former senior EHS and sustainability executives with domestic and global companies, organizations and governmental entities needing senior level counsel and strategic guidance in order to meet their sustainability objectives. Amy is also a Senior Counsel to the Suppliers Partnership for the Environment (SP), an innovative partnership of automobile original equipment manufacturers and their suppliers and the U.S. EPA, as well as to Navista’s Energy, Environment, Technology News (EETN), an electronic news service focused on keeping its subscribers informed about environmental, energy and technology regulatory, policy and research developments, as they occur.
Amy has more than 15 years of experience in the environmental sustainability field. Prior to joining Navista, Inc. in 2000, Amy was a Research Assistant for environmental, energy and natural resources issues for then Senator Evan Bayh (D-IN,) and an Environmental Policy Analyst at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) Environmental Health Sciences Group.
She has a B.S. in Public Affairs, Environmental, Science and Management from Indiana University and a M.S. in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Johns Hopkins University.