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Natasha Scotnicki

Natasha is a Director in the Corporate Program at Ceres. In this role, she is responsible for corporate outreach, special partnerships and managing relationships with a portfolio of Ceres network companies, primarily from the technology sector. Natasha works directly with member companies to facilitate ongoing stakeholder engagement and help strengthen their sustainability disclosure and performance.
Natasha Scotnicki

Senior Program Director, Corporate Program

Natasha is a Director in the Corporate Program at Ceres. In this role, she is responsible for corporate outreach, special partnerships and managing relationships with a portfolio of Ceres network companies, primarily from the technology sector. Natasha works directly with member companies to facilitate ongoing stakeholder engagement and help strengthen their sustainability disclosure and performance. Natasha also leads specific initiatives and projects related to The 21st Century Corporation: The Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability. She has been with the organization for over eight years and her work has focused on corporate sustainability performance for the past five years.

Prior to joining Ceres, Natasha worked in sales management at CNET Networks in San Francisco, where she sold international marketing solutions to U.S.-based technology clients. Prior to CNET Networks, at publisher Addison Wesley, Natasha was an account manager, supporting six teams in South America.

Natasha graduated Cum Laude from Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Spanish.

Recent Blog Posts

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Major Companies Are The Engines of Climate Progress

by Natasha ScotnickiCeres Posted on Nov 03, 2016

As we approach the next round of climate talks in Morocco, one question looms large; having reached a milestone agreement in Paris, and having surpassed the thresholds necessary for that agreement to enter into force, will the business community respond with decisive on-the-ground action to realize a low-carbon future?