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CAST Sustainability Webinar Series
CAST Sustainability Webinar Series Empowering Communities through Sustainability Projects

What the Webinar Covers:

Successful enterprises build and sustain the communities that make their success possible. In an industry that depends on sun, sand and sea sustainability is key. How can you create sustainability programs in your community that will empower people to preserve and protect the environment? What is the ROI on green education? Heidi Clarke, Director of Programs for Sandals Foundation will share with us their best practices and how your business can make its mark on the community it serves.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Minimizing our environmental and social impact through operations
  • Engaging Caribbean travelers in conservation efforts
  • Partnerships for environmental care

 

 

Speakers

Heidi Clarke, C-DIR, Director of Programs, Sandals Foundation

Her primary responsibilities to date have included: managing Sandals Foundation’s projects & programs in 7 islands, as well as developing and maintaining relationships with non-profit organizations in the Caribbean community, corporate partners, donors and volunteers. Clarke currently resides in Jamaica with her family and, in addition to her work with the Sandals Foundation, is involved in a wide range of community activities. She sits on the board for the following organizations: Debate Mate Jamaica; C-Fish Fund; South West Coast Fish Sanctuary Alliance; Fish Sanctuaries Sub-Committee of the Fisheries Advisory Board in Jamaica, Junior Achievement Global Deaf Connection Advisory Committee and the Culloden Early Childhood Institute. She also provides counseling and mentoring for troubled teenage girls who have suffered from domestic violence. Additionally, Clarke volunteers her time regularly to local-area schools to teach environmental lessons and promote love of reading.

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