Two new colleagues joined Sustainserv’s Boston office on 30 May 2017, thus broadening the Sustainserv team and expertise. We welcome Charlotte Meissner, consultant, and Jamie Daudon, intern:
Charlotte brings a diverse mix of skills and backgrounds to Sustainserv. A former infection biologist and scientist, she gained her first experiences in sustainability consulting working for a green assistance and certification program for small to medium sized businesses. Assisting organizations in their individual sustainability journey is something she deeply enjoys. She later acted as Membership Coordinator of the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts. There, she was also able to gather considerable expertise in event management. Most notably, Charlotte was the Coordinator of the 40,000 attendees strong Boston Local Food Festival - an experience that deepened her passion for gardening, cooking, and food justice.
Having grown up in Germany, Charlotte also loves biking, hiking, and exploring the great outdoors of New England. Charlotte holds a Master’s of Science degree in Biology from Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, as well as a Master’s degree in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard University.
Jamie Daudon brings strong analytical, writing, and quantitative skills to support the Sustainserv team. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE), an interdisciplinary major that enables him to evaluate sustainability challenges and opportunities with an integrated and comprehensive approach. Before joining Sustainserv, Jamie provided project and research support in the clean energy, climate resiliency, and clean transportation fields for a Seattle-based consulting firm.
Jamie will miss his hometown of Seattle, but is very excited to explore the sustainability scene in Boston. He loves to get outside for skiing, backpacking, or biking adventures, and recently completed a cross-country biking journey from Boston to Los Angeles in Fall, 2016. Jamie also enjoys travelling abroad, having spent extended time in Nepal, South Africa, Madagascar, and Laos over the past five years. He is committed to working toward meaningful solutions to our country’s most pressing environmental and political challenges, and considers the business community an essential partner in these solutions.