The National Zero Waste Council is governed by a Chair, Vice Chair and Management Board, with staff and administrative support provided by a Secretariat. The Council uses member-led working groups to collaboratively advance projects in support of its vision and mission.

​Chair & Vice Chair



City of Richmond1City of RichmondMalcolmBrodieChair<div class="ExternalClass3BD795D5A7C54C13B52E0AB70241059C"><p><strong>Chair, Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Committee and Chair, National Zero Waste Council </strong></p><p>Malcolm Brodie has been a Board Director and Chair of the National Zero Waste Council since its inception in October 2013. He has also been a member of Council for the City of Richmond since 1996, and following a by-election, he was sworn in as Mayor on October 29, 2001. Mayor Brodie was re-elected on November 16, 2002, November 19, 2005, November 15, 2008, November 19, 2011, and November 15, 2014.</p><p>Malcolm Brodie has been appointed by his Council to the Board of Directors of Metro Vancouver and he currently is the Chair of the Zero Waste Committee and also serves on the Intergovernmental & Finance Committee, the Mayors' Committee, the Performance & Procurement Committee, and the Federal Gas Tax Task Force. He represents Metro Vancouver on the Municipal Finance Authority, and in 2015, was elected as Chair. </p><p>Before election to Council, Mayor Brodie was a practicing lawyer and had a long record of service to Richmond in the volunteer community. </p></div>, Malcolm Brodie
Packaging Consortium (PAC)26Packaging Consortium (PAC)JamesDownhamVice Chair,

Management Board

Executive leadership responsible for the Council’s strategic development, business planning and operations.



6CorinneAtwoodManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass38CE324E1558449CB5BFEA410129F803"><p><strong>​Executive Director, BC Bottle and Recycling Depot Association</strong></p><p>Corinne has been the Executive Director of the BC Bottle and Recycling Depot Association for over 8 years. Prior to that she worked in community development as an Enterprise Facilitator and with Business Improvement Areas (BIAs)</p><p>Corinne holds the CAE (Certified Association Executive) designation as awarded by the Canadian Society of Association Executive (CSAE). She is also a certified Recycling System Manager as awarded by SWANA (Solid Waste Association of North America) and a certified Sirolli Enterprise Facilitator as awarded by the Sirolli Institute.<br>Corinne is currently a Director and Immediate Past President of the Canadian Society of Association Executives BC Chapter (CSAE-BC), Board of Variance Committee Member Corporation of Delta and Committee Member Vancity Community Advisory Committee (Surrey). Past awards and recognitions include CSAE-BC ACE (Association Cornerstone of Excellence) awards, COBE Award for Business Person of the Year New Westminster Chamber of Commerce and BIABC Best in the West Award for Best Economic Development Project.<br>Corinne has participated as a volunteer on a variety of boards and committees that have benefited community theatre, schools, environmental issues and animal welfare.</p></div>, Corinne Atwood
16KrisOrdManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass2D806856BF734DBB82123F56A03D8CF7"><p><strong>​Executive Director for Environmental Standards Branch in the BC Ministry of Environment</strong></p><p>Kris Ord is the Executive Director of the Environmental Standards Branch in the Environmental Protection Division of the BC Ministry of Environment. The Branch delivers innovative regulatory and non-regulatory strategies for pollution prevention in relation to: Air Quality; Water Quality; Solid and Liquid Waste Policy; Pesticide Use; Industrial Operations; and the Built Environment.</p><p>Kris has worked in the area of environmental protection policy and legislation for over 20 years. She has undertaken major legislative renewal projects, developed and amended several regulations, implemented programs and provided leadership over a wide spectrum of topics including: Extended Producer Responsibility; Solid and Liquid Waste Management Planning; Organics Management; and Industrial Discharges.</p></div>, Kris Ord
28DavidFungManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass941010450086424CB36606FC69A86F9B"><p>Dr. Fung is Chairman and CEO of the ACDEG Group, a global technology integrator. He has founded or co-founded over 30 business ventures/corporations in in North America, Europe and Asia. He is the Chancellor of Capilano University of BC and a venture advisor of Cycle Capital Management Inc. of Montreal, one of the largest Clean Tech venture funds in Canada. Dr. Fung is a member of the national boards of directors of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters, Canada China Business Council, Canadian Standards Association Group, Canadian Green Chemistry & Engineering Network and National Zero Waste Council. His operating experience includes Research Manager of C-I-L Inc., one of the largest chemical companies in Canada, President of Chemetics International Company, a global engineering and proprietary equipment company with five divisions on four continents and chemical plant projects on six continents, a Canadian-Swedish joint venture with Ekman AB, one of the largest pulp & paper traders in the world, a Canadian German joint venture with DSD Green Dot on packaging waste recycling in East Asia and a Shanghai based Sino-Canadian waste-gas-fuelled power plant joint venture - one of the most successful Canadian initiated investments in China. He has presented invited guest lectures in 30 universities in Canada, U.S.A. and Mexico. His current business ventures include the application of disruptive technologies in sustainable aquaculture and water ecology in the Americas, Europe and Asia.</p><p>Dr. Fung obtained his B.Eng., M.Eng., Ph.D. in chemical engineering from McGill University and his Chartered Director from Directors College (McMaster University and Conference Board of Canada). He was awarded the Canadian Asian of the Year (Business and Public Service) in 2009 by Asia Network Canada, the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 by the Governor General of Canada and the Honorary Doctor of Law degree in 2014 by Capilano University.</p></div>, David Fung
29JackHeathManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass30FA0342D2ED47BBBE9D63695E4591EB"><p>​Jack Heath has been Deputy Mayor of the City of Markham since 2008. He was first elected in 1997 as a Local Councillor and then a York Region Councillor in 2003.  </p><p>Jack currently serves as the Chair of Markham's Waste Diversion Subcommittee, Chair of Housing York Inc., Chair of Markham District Energy Inc., and a Board member of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.  He is also Chair of Markham's Finance and Administration Committee.  He brought clear bags to Markham in 2013 which has driven the city's diversion rate up to 81%; his committee is presently preparing a textile ban for 2017.  </p></div>, Jack Heath
13MikeLaytonManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass01E9286C46574FF482A25AE86C040B3D"><p>​<strong>Board Member, FCM Standing Committee on Environmental Issues and Sustainable Development (and Councillor, City of Toronto)</strong></p><p>Mike Layton is a Toronto City Councillor for Ward 19 and has lived in Trinity-Spadina for over 25 years. Before being elected in 2010, Mike worked for political change as an environmental leader and community organizer. As Deputy Outreach Director for Environmental Defence, one of Canada’s leading environmental groups, he championed many successful initiatives including the Green Energy and Green Economy Act, green building standards, water conservation and source water protection. Mike holds a LEEDs Accreditation (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), a Masters in Environmental Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Environmental Management.</p><p>Mike served on the Environment Canada Great Lakes Canadian Advisory Panel and on the Great Lakes Commission Wind Collaborative Steering Committee. Mike also worked for 6 years as a manager for a popular downtown restaurant where he learned first-hand the challenges of small business ownership and the role the City of Toronto plays in fostering entrepreneurship. Mike sits on the National Zero Waste Council Management Board as one of two seats allocated for members of FCM’s Standing Committee on Environmental Issues and Sustainable Development. </p></div>, Mike Layton
14BobLongManagement Board<div class="ExternalClassE23E1ADD10FB42F49195D1E4C9C6416F"><p><strong>Board Member, FCM Standing Committee on Environmental Issues and Sustainable Development (and Councillor, Township of Langley)</strong>​</p><p>Re-elected in 2014, Bob Long is currently serving his sixth consecutive term as a Councillor with the Township of Langley. Bob runs a successful restaurant, Bob’s Steakhouse, in Aldergrove with his wife Karen in addition to operating Mainstage Productions - a stage, light, and sound production company. His early career was in the newspaper and publishing sector – having founded a community weekly newspaper at the age of 21 and joining Trinity Western University as manager of the university press in 1986. In 1990, he started a commercial printing company in Langley called University Printers Ltd.</p><p>Over the years, Bob has served his community through a number of appointments and positions. Current appointments include the Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Committee, the FCM Board of Directors, as well as the Township’s Heritage Advisory Committee and Seniors Advisory Committee. Bob sits on the National Zero Waste Council Management Board as one of two seats allocated for members of FCM’s Standing Committee on Environmental Issues and Sustainable Development. </p></div>, Bob Long
30BrianPincottManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass78AA4537DC6D4992B2CD48BB58D1DBA4"><p>Brian Pincott is in his third term as Councillor with the City of Calgary. As a member of City Council, he has dedicated himself to fostering a culture of sustainability in Calgary, which is a goal he has been passionate about since moving to the city in 1996.</p><p>Over the past three council terms, Brian has been one of the prominent voices in changing the way we grow our city. Throughout his time on Council, he has advocated for alternatives to urban sprawl and the lack of affordable housing in Calgary. As the Chair of the Calgary Housing Corporation Board, and a member of Attainable Homes Calgary, The Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and the Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta, Brian works collaboratively with the key stakeholders in these very important discussions. </p><p>As a founding member of the Sierra Club in Calgary, Brian has long been committed to environmental awareness and sustainability as key to city building. As a member of the FCM Environmental Committee (check for the right name of that committee), he understands that municipalities are key to achieving goals of sustainability. </p></div>, Brian Pincott
8FrankCameManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass49F2569AA5034A408F718AFD3F951D53"><p>​​<strong>Senior Advisor, Globe Foundation of Canada </strong></p><p>Frank Came is a seasoned executive and thought leader, with extensive operational and policy level experience in the environmental and sustainable development sectors, both in business and government. He has managed numerous complex undertakings related to sustainable development, and has extensive experience in economic policy and program development. </p><p>An experienced communicator and digital media editor, Frank has authored numerous reports, blog articles and presentations. Through his extensive national and international network he has developed an in-depth understanding of the environmental business sector having served as President of the British Columbia Environment Industries Association. In addition to several years of experience at the senior executive in the federal public service, Frank has been involved as an advisor on several land claims research projects for First Nations in British Columbia and Alberta. Mr. Came is a former Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy and a graduate of the National Defence College of Canada.</p></div>, Frank Came
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27IreneYangManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass37AD63E600FA4284A9A4DE8BC3593AFC"><p style="text-align:left;">​Irene Yang heads up BASF Canada's Growth Team, with full oversight and responsibility of BASF Canada's growth plan and implementation strategy, which includes driving new business leads and providing support to BASF's business units with local sales and marketing presence.</p><p style="text-align:left;">Prior to joining BASF Canada, Irene worked for BASF in Asia Pacific and U.S., leading strategic, sales and marketing projects with country and business unit executives. Prior to BASF, Irene was Director of Product Management and Strategic Partnerships in technology firms, and a consultant with McKinsey & Company.</p><p style="text-align:left;">Irene holds a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering & Management degree from McMaster University, and an MS in Electrical Engineering and MBA from MIT.  Irene serves as a member of the Canadian Leadership Team and a spokesperson for BASF businesses in Canada.</p></div>, Irene Yang
11NadineGudzManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass56A5312B5D4146B7A4EF8E08CE98C155"><p><strong>Director, Sustainability Strategy, Interface </strong></p><p>​As Director of Sustainability Strategy with global carpet tile manufacturer, Interface, Nadine drives and develops sustainability leadership through education, community engagement and innovative market solutions. </p><p>With more than 18 years of experience in the fields of environmental education, community development and planning, Nadine taught in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University and served as a research fellow with the Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability before joining Interface. Her areas of focus include sustainable business strategy, organizational change and learning, materials stewardship and ecological design. Based in Toronto, she is a LEED Accredited Professional and serves on a number of local and international boards and committees.</p></div>, Nadine Gudz
32DavidRedfernManagement Board<div class="ExternalClassAE0A39FB0AA14AD9A2BF8FBBCA5FC537"><p>With twenty years' experience in over twenty different countries, David brings a wide-ranging and international mindset to construction materials.  He has a unique blend of operational execution with functional expertise in operating model development, strategic assessment, supply chain management, industrial marketing and product development. He is a recent signatory to the Minerva Foundation's CEO pledge to support progress toward diversity.</p><p>As the building materials industry leader, LafargeHolcim has a responsibility, the scale and the geographic footprint to enable widespread, positive, global and local change in the construction sector.  With our Sustainability 2030 Plan, we are turning this value into commitments to our partners and our communities.</p></div>, David Redfern
15MauryMcCauslandManagement Board<div class="ExternalClassDA48BD4A214A41049C1C30D0155B5062"><p>​<strong>Retail Operations Sustainability Specialist, London Drugs </strong></p><p>Maury McCausland is responsible for the implementation and administration of all sustainability and waste management initiatives for one of largest organizations in Western Canada, London Drugs. This includes leading and working with a team of people dedicated to the reduction of waste going to the landfill ‐ both for London Drugs corporately and for London Drugs' 78 locations across Western Canada. Maury works closely with London Drugs customers, industry and government partners on a variety of sustainable initiatives. Maury is a member of the Retail Council of Canada’s Environmental Committee and is on the National Zero Waste Council Management Board.</p><p>London Drugs vision and dedication to waste reduction has positioned the company as an industry leader in environmental stewardship. The company's collaborative efforts with community and industry partners have also been recognized by the Recycling Council of British Columbia, Recycling Council of Alberta, Emerald Foundation, Saskatchewan Waste Reduction Council, Retail Council of Canada for environmental responsibility and by the Canadian Stewardship Council. </p></div>, Maury McCausland
33JasonBoyceManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass4C2EBD42B93D43229D1DE6A419B45316"><p>​Jason Boyce is Senior Manager of Continuous Improvement and Environmental Sustainability with Nature's Path Foods, a leader in the organic food sector for over 25 years. Jason has more than 10 years of experience with sustainable food system. At Nature's Path Foods he leads the efforts to remove waste from all aspects of the operation through Lean process improvements and engagement of team members in sustainability. Working with the Operations team and HR, he is responsible for the development of the strategies to achieve Nature's Path resource reduction targets, developing team member training and engagement in sustainability, and driving lean implementation across the company.  Jason obtained his MBA in Sustainable Business from Pinchot Graduate School in 2008.</p></div>,
20VanessaTimmerManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass6C0B2D204CCF4D619D7163DFC4C13940"><p>​Executive Director, One Earth</p><p>Vanessa Timmer is the Executive Director of One Earth, a Vancouver‐based “think and do tank” focused on sustainable consumption and production. One Earth is curating the New Economies theme of Cities for People, initiated by The J. W. McConnell Family Foundation – a Canada‐wide experiment in advancing a movement to create more resilient and livable cities through innovation networks. Vanessa is also an Associate with the Sustainability Science Program at Harvard University focused on innovation and holds a Doctorate in environmental studies with degrees from Queen’s University, Oxford University and UBC. She teaches sustainability and systems thinking, and co‐hosts the television show, The Sustainable Region. In 2013, Vanessa was named one of Business in Vancouver’s Top Forty under 40. One Earth is one of the founders of the National Industrial Symbiosis Program – Canada and is also co‐leading a global campaign to create positive and compelling visions of life in sustainable futures.</p></div>, Vanessa Timmer
18LouiseSchwarzManagement Board<div class="ExternalClassF7A5663ACE2E469B99D9A4666090239F"><p>​<strong>Co-Founder and Co-Owner, Recycling Alternative </strong></p><p>Louise is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Recycling Alternative, a Vancouver based business providing recycling and waste reduction services throughout the Lower Mainland since 1989. Together with business partner Robert Weatherbe, the company has garnered a reputation for community collaborations and innovative approaches to waste diversion and local recovery through models such as the Vancouver Biodiesel Co-operative, Food Scrap Drop Spots, Zero Waste Events, Recycle In Strathcona, and opening the greenHUB co-location model in 2014. Currently Recycling Alternative is working with local partners to develop closed loop recovery and materials upcycling opportunities within an industrial Green Enterprise Zone close to downtown Vancouver.</p><p>Louise sits on the boards of the Cultch and Our Social Fabric. Louise received the ‘Woman of Distinction Award’ in May 2012, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2013 for her work in environment and sustainability and in 2014 the City of Vancouver’s Award of Excellence for Greenest City Leadership. She holds degrees in Political Science and Spanish Literature from UBC, and a Teaching Degree from University of Glasgow.</p></div>, Louise Schwarz
19Christina SeidelManagement Board<div class="ExternalClassFF54AF9DEB634B4894E945BB6CDDBE8E"><p>​<strong>Executive Director, Recycling Council of Alberta</strong></p><p>Christina holds a Masters degree in Environmental Design (Environmental Science), as well as a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, and is currently undertaking her PhD in Engineering Management, with a thesis topic of Assessing Recycling Options using Life- Cycle Assessment. She operates sonnevera international corp., a waste reduction consulting firm, and is the current Executive Director of the Recycling Council of Alberta. Christina loves rural life, choosing to live on a farm near Bluffton, Alberta, where her and her family raise Warmblood horses, and enjoy many other outdoor activities.</p></div>, Christina Seidel
5BrockMacdonaldManagement Board<div class="ExternalClassC0C6824558994CDFA67E5FD4677179F7"><p><strong>CEO, Recycling Council of British Columbia </strong></p><p>Brock Macdonald joined the Recycling Council of British Columbia as Communications Director in 2004 and was appointed CEO in 2006. From 2000 to 2004 he was communications manager for Product Care; B.C.’s first regulated industry stewardship agency. He currently vice-chairs the National Zero Waste Council, co-leads its circular economy working group, and sits on a range of boards and stewardship agency advisory committees. Brock is a former educator and journalist whose business experience extends from software and manufacturing to sports and entertainment. His current focus is in developing a network of support for a sustainable circular economy in Canada. He holds a Masters in Leadership from Royal Roads University and a Diploma in Communications from Kwantlen Polytechnic University.</p></div>, Brock Macdonald
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12AlidaKuschManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass7BA9B15A00274F40ACDFB3D19AEE668F"><p>​<strong>Associate, Dillon Consulting Limited and Vice President, Pacific Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)</strong></p><p>With over 10 years consulting experience, Alida has been engaged on national projects with experience in solid waste management master plans, waste diversion and reduction program development and implementation, waste system planning, behavioural change programs, stakeholder engagement and consultation, and the provision of strategic advice and technical assistance on the implementation of various programs.</p><p>Alida is based in Vancouver, BC and holds a Dipl T. in Chemical Engineering, a B.Sc. in Environmental Science and a MA in Environmental Education and Communication and sits on the Connecting Environmental Professionals Vancouver Board.</p></div>, Alida Kusch
35JayRaoManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass7DD05151C5C64012A1D53719E74B37BE"><p>​Jay Rao, P.Eng., CSAP  is the chair of the environment committee of the Surrey Board of Trade and has been leading the team since 2011. He is also a second term Director of the Surrey Board of Trade. He is a senior environmental engineer with WSP Canada Inc., a global multinational engineering consulting company with offices in 40 countries. He has nineteen years of civil/environmental engineering experience. He specializes in investigation and remediation of contaminated sites, waste treatment and management. He is also a Ministry of Environment Approved Professional for the remediation of contaminated sites. He has been deeply involved with the environmental industry within BC since 2001. Through the Surrey Board of Trade's environment team, he has focussed on developing positions related to waste management, waste reduction and circular economies. More importantly, he is passionate about environmental sustainability and believes that "Zero Waste" is achievable if all stakeholders are committed to this vision.</p></div>, Jay Rao
17JulianRadleinManagement Board<div class="ExternalClass918955817FF447AB959C11BA53901E35"><p><strong>Co-Founder and Director, SymbiAudit Inc.</strong>​</p><p>Julian Radlein is Co-Founder and Director of SymbiAudit Inc, a holding company overseeing biomass conversion and sustainable procurement assets, and Evergreen Sports Programming Ltd, a management consultancy that help organizations improve profitability by integrating environmental decision-making into their business model.</p><p>Julian has been a consultant in industrial impact mitigation for over 10 years and a management consultant for 8 of those years. He specializes in the use of statistical chemistry, appreciative inquiry, organizational benchmarking, and environmental economic analysis to develop and implement sustainability-related programs. His leadership skills stem from 5 years as a professional football player in the Canadian Football League where he was a team captain and CFLPA All-Star. </p><p>Prior to management consulting, Julian worked in research chemistry where his efforts resulted in the identification of a novel acid catalyst for continuous-flow biodiesel production. Julian has an interdisciplinary degree (B.A. IDST) from the University of British Columbia, with a focus in both physical chemistry and communications. </p></div>, Julian Radlein

Advisory Board



Canadian Stewardship Services Alliance22Canadian Stewardship Services AllianceJohnCoyneAdvisory Board<div class="ExternalClassDC812DAEF89841C98D73DC162B25C578"><p><strong>Vice President, Legal & External Affairs and General Counsel Unilever Canada Inc.​</strong></p><p>John has been with Unilever Canada since 1992. He is a member of Unilever Canada’s board of directors as well as the Canadian Leadership Team, and is also chair of the company’s Pension Committee.</p><p>John is well known for his leadership in corporate sustainability. He is a passionate activator of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, designed to help Unilever deliver its objective of growing the business while reducing its environmental footprint and increasing its positive contribution to society. John is Executive Chair of the Board of Canadian Stewardship Services Alliance, Inc. and is a director of Evergreen. In addition, John is co-chair of the Partners in Project Green steering committee, a major environmental initiative of the Toronto Region Conservation Authority. He is also director and past Chair of Stewardship Ontario. In 2013 John was recognized for his leadership in corporate sustainability by being named by Clean 50 as one of Canada’s top sustainability leaders. Last year, John was appointed as a member of the Ontario Government’s Climate Action Group advising the Ontario Minister of the Environment on effective climate change actions that will help Ontario meet its greenhouse gas reduction goals and transition to a prosperous, low-carbon economy.</p><p>John also works closely with industry groups and other organizations. He is Chair of the board of Canadian Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association Foundation and is director and past Chair of the Association.</p></div>, John Coyne
Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment23Canadian Council of Ministers of the EnvironmentMichaelGoeresAdvisory Board<div class="ExternalClass3839C7EBD3FB471DA629CFD711D0A1B2"><p>​<strong>Executive Director, Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment</strong></p><p>Michael Goeres is Executive Director of the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment. From 1997-2010, he served as CCME’s Director of Corporate Services, responsible for contracting, finances, human resources, publications, and internal operations -- while also guiding policy development. Prior to this, Michael was a director with the Canada Grains Council Inc., an industry association of the Canadian grain trade, when it was lobbying the U.S. government on cross-border trade issues. An alumnus of the University of Saskatchewan and University of Manitoba (MA in History, Certificate in Management), Michael has also served as a founding Executive Director of the Manitoba Intercultural Council, a provincial agency created to provide policy advice from ethnocultural communities to the Manitoba government. </p></div>,
Union of BC Municipalities24Union of BC MunicipalitiesJaredWrightAdvisory Board<div class="ExternalClassDD0304B4899E4F5DAE5667EB27B5FF0C"><p>​Director of Advocacy and Government Relations, Union of BC Municipalities</p></div>,
Code Blue Innovations 25Code Blue Innovations BridgettLutherAdvisory Board<div class="ExternalClass0CCDFF34ECCA4154B4C9A273D340042F"><p>​<strong>Senior Vice President for Sustainability, Code Blue Innovations</strong></p><p>Bridgett Luther is the Senior Vice President for Sustainability for Code Blue Innovations, at the forefront of recycling innovations. She also runs her own consulting firm bringing solutions and people together. Previously, Ms. Luther was President of the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, which she founded with William McDonough and Michael Braungart to bring to scale the Cradle to Cradle Certification Program. </p><p>Ms. Luther serves on the US Environmental Protection Agency’s National Advisory Council on Environmental Policy and Technology as well as the Governance Committee for the newly formed Environmental Performance Standards & Ecolabels for Federal Procurement Pilot. From 2005-2010, Ms. Luther was the Director of California’s Department of Conservation during the Schwarzenegger administration. A graduate of Vanderbilt University (Business Administration), she lives in San Francisco with her husband and has two grown children. </p></div>, Bridgett Luther

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The National Zero Waste Council is governed by a Chair, Vice Chair and Management Board, with staff and administrative support provided by a Secretariat. The Council uses member-led working groups to collaboratively advance projects in support of its vision and mission. Chair & Vice Chair Malcolm Brodie Chair, Metro Vancouver Zero Waste Committee, and Mayor, City of Richmond Brock Macdonald Chief Executive Officer, Recycling Council of BC  Management Board Executive leadership responsible for the Council’s strategic development, business planning and operations.  Working Groups •Circular Economy •National Communication Campaigns •Food •Product Design and Packaging  Secretariat Staff and administrative support, currently housed at Metro Vancouver.  Members Members commit to the Council's vision and contribute value through engagement in working groups and other Council initiatives. There is currently no fee for membership