About Global Electronics Council

The Global Electronics Council (GEC) is a mission-driven nonprofit that leverages the power of purchasers to create a world where only sustainable technology is bought and sold. GEC manages the EPEAT ecolabel, a free resource for procurement professionals to identify and select more sustainable products. In addition, the EPEAT ecolabel is a resource for manufacturers to demonstrate that their products conform to the highest sustainability standards. Since its launch in 2006, procurement professionals have reported purchases of 2.4 billion EPEAT products, generating cost savings of $24.6 billion USD and a reduction of 286 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions.

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GEC Staff

Global Electronics Council is made up of technology geeks, procurement practitioners, ecolabels experts, and relationship builders all dedicated to sustainability for a connected future.

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Cara Beatty

Director, Conformity Assurance

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Julia Bulfin

Director of HR and Administration

Patricia Dillon

Vice President, Criteria and Category Development

Erik Fessler

Manager, Global Communications

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Shela Gobertina von Trapp

Director, Global Relations

Debbie Graham- Clifford

Director, Global Development

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Gabrielle Guitzkow

Manager, Sustainability and Credibility

Kim Hair

Senior Manager, EPEAT Registry Product Lead

Susan Herbert

Vice President, Ecolabels and Manufacturer Resources

Beverly Kennedy

Director, Conformity Assurance Services

Katherine Larocque

Director, GEC Ecolabels and Resources

Valerie Metzel

Director of Finance

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Bob Mitchell

Chief Executive Officer

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Emmanuel Nwodo

Senior Manager, Global Relations

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Kaushik Ramakrishnan

Senior Director, Strategic Growth

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Joann Shipe

Accounting Manager

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Rachel Simon

Senior Manager, Technology Assessment and Resource Development

Erica Terek

Director, Sustainability Criteria Development

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Maythavee Tjhang

Manager, Global Marketing Communications

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Amy White

Manager, Sustainability Assessment Services

GEC Board of Directors

Global Electronics Council has a fiduciary responsible Board of Directors who support GEC’s mission.

Mark Buckley

Founder, One Boat Collaborative

Richard Crespin

Treasurer, Chief Executive Officer, Collaborate Up

Victor Duart

Former Manager Environmental Policy and Programs IBM EMEA, ASEAN, Japan

Daniel Kreeger

Co Founder & Executive Director, Association of Climate Change Officers

JaNay Queen Nazaire, PhD

Chief Strategy Officer, Living Cities

Jeanne Ng, PhD

Chairman, Hong Kong Institute of Qualified Environmental Professionals

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Verena Radulovic

Vice President, Business Engagement, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)

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Michael Robinson

Former Program Director, Global Supplier Diversity, IBM

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Carl Smith

Former CEO & President of Call2Recycle Inc.

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Tara Spann

Chief People & Strategy Officer, MENTOR National

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Trisa Thompson

Chair, Former Senior Vice President and Chief Responsibility Officer, Dell

Employment and
Internship Opportunities

Global Electronics Council is committed to recruiting, hiring, and promoting the most qualified individuals for positions at all levels. Job openings are posted on this page and across major job sites. We are looking for high-performing candidates who are passionate about sustainability and electronics.

 

Internships are periodically available.
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Current Openings

Global Electronics Council provides Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) to all employees and applicants. Employment decisions are based on the skills and qualifications of candidates. Candidates will be free from discrimination based on characteristics protected by law such as race, religion, color, national origin, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, Vietnam Era- or disabled-veteran status, or the presence of a physical, mental, or sensory disability.