As the United Nations rolls out its new sustainable development goals, what should profit-making enterprises consider if they also want to measurably advance social and environmental benefits? Join a discussion with Matt Bogoshian, former Obama Administration official from the US EPA, as he shares news on recent social enterprise and impact investing trends he has seen in America and what they could mean for entrepreneurs everywhere. After leaving his government position in August, Mr. Bogoshian joined REV Sustainability, a business that helps organizations become more profitable by adopting sustainable tools and tactics. He is REV’s Chief Strategy Officer and General Counsel. For more info visit http://revsustainability.com/or http://www.prweb.com/releases/
Mr. Matt Bogoshian, JD, Chief Strategy Office and General Counsel, REV Sustainability (US) and former EPA Senior Policy Counsel (Obama Administration)
Before moving to DC, he served as California’s Deputy Secretary for Law Enforcement and Counsel at the California Environmental Protection Agency where he worked on issues such as the enforceability of the cap and trade portions of California’s Global Warming Solutions Act. In the preceding twelve years, he was a Deputy District Attorney for the Monterey County (California) Office of the District Attorney specializing in state-wide consumer and environmental prosecutions. He began his legal career as a trial attorney in the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps where he earned the Joint Service Commendation Medal. Mr. Bogoshian earned a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California, Davis, a Masters of Public Administration from San Diego State University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology (Social Change) from San Jose State University.