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Not wasting anything - Alumni Profiles
June 2013 Issue
If April Crow were to see you tossing a bottle into the trash, she undoubtedly would tap you on the shoulder and convince you to change your ways. Crow (BS ’95) likely would direct you to the nearest recycling bin, one that she herself might have helped put in place. And she certainly would have convinced you of the many economic, social and environmental benefits of recycling waste in a world of finite resources. Working as the global sustainability director for packaging at Coca-Cola, she’s been at the forefront of the company’s and beverage industry’s mission for healthier waste management. Crow began working with Coca-Cola 18 years ago as an intern. A recent graduate with a degree in environmental health science, she was determined to stick with the company and apply her passions to help the world’s most recognized brand also become the world’s greenest brand. While her original interest was in working for an environmental nonprofit organization, Crow says once …
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