Beth Holzman is a sustainability consultant based in Park City and currently serves on the MT2030 Advisory Committee. She has expertise in climate change, environmental stewardship, supply chain management and human rights. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, non-profits, and municipalities. She helps organizations use data-driven analysis to inform business decisions and community action plans.
Beth has worked with dozens of companies in the outdoor industry and consumer products, electronics, and mining sectors to devise climate strategies, responsible sourcing programs, risk analysis, human rights due diligence, and stakeholder engagement initiatives. She is a key author of the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework, and has directed ELEVATE’s human rights practice. Previously, Beth managed Timberland’s corporate responsibility program, was a program manager at Ceres, and served as an Adjunct Lecturer at Tufts University.