Nancy Schneider is a sustainability consultant with over fifteen years developing solutions including sustainability initiatives for business and local government, account management, communications, marketing and public relations, as well as team building, knowledge brokering, creating connections, and business development. She has written several articles on sustainability for business and health impacts of climate Her services include research of best practices suitable to clients’ needs, assessment of sustainability practices, and creating green/sustainability programs. Nancy possesses strong creative problem solving, including research, evaluation, “on the ground” understanding of issues and application of solutions.
Nancy’s diverse accomplishments include orchestrating an arrangement with Florida Atlantic University to conduct the City of Delray Beach’s Green House Gas (GHG) inventory saving the City over $200K, serving as Chair of the City’s Green Task Force which created a recommendation report that saved the City over $250K and was then utilized to apply for and receive over $600K in federal funding), assisting with writing a grant application for the City of Miami Department of Transportation for a car sharing demonstration project, which was awarded July 2009, initiating and channeling car-sharing dialogue between Flexcar and City of Miami, University of Miami, and Florida Dept. of Transportation, resulting in a successful 400+ member car-sharing program at the University, and developing a Goldfish Cracker “Go Goldfishing” theme at Pepperidge Farm that served as model for national campaign. Nancy is a member of the Philadelphia Sustainable Business Network and PennFuture, and is a Collins Center Sustainable Florida Associate.