Sustainable Business and Design Conference: 2022 Pathways to Impact: Circularity, Beauty and Sustainability

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Sustainable Business and Design Conference: 2022 Pathways to Impact: Circularity, Beauty and Sustainability


FIT’s 16th annual Sustainable Business and Design Conference: Pathways to Impact centers on four core themes that highlight the intersectionality of sustainable practices. Over the course of two intensive days, attendees will be immersed in keynotes, talks, and panel discussions providing pathways to Social Justice x Social Responsibility, Environment x Materials, Consumption x Waste, and Design x Business. The speakers are trailblazers in numerous facets of sustainability and emphasize the FIT community’s commitment to best practices in all its operations—including student projects, faculty and staff initiatives, and campus facilities.
Circularity, Beauty and Sustainability. Panel: Gigi Ganatra Duff, Vice President Public Relations & Corporate Affairs, Nordstrom. Moderator: Stephan Kanlian, Chairperson/Professor, Master's Program, Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management, FIT
Gigi Ganatra Duff is the vice president of public relations and corporate affairs at Nordstrom. Prior to joining Nordstrom, she served as vice president of communications of HSNi, where she oversaw all corporate and consumer communications for the HSNi portfolio of eight brands, as well as HSNi Cares, the philanthropic arm of the company. Gigi is a leader in her field, with more than twenty years of experience in strategic marketing, brand development, public relations, and special events, including a rich background in fashion, design, art, travel, and real estate.


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