At Southeast Green, our priority is to create a dynamic business dialog and communicate how businesses, non-profits and governments in the Southeast are growing, changing and influencing sustainability. The mission of Southeastgreen.com is to promote a sustainable economy.
Southeast Green - Business depends on the environment and the environment depends on business
Southeast Green is providing the platform to tell the story of companies, non-profits and governments who are committed to impacting their environment and communities right here in the Southeast. As the largest website of it's kind you will find an ever changing landscape of news, interviews and information on how you or your organization can participate in this growing shift of how we all conduct business and life sustainably.
Southeast Green is the proud and honored recipient of the 2009 Advocate of the Year from the Sustainability Division of the Department of Natural Resources for the State of Georgia. In 2011, Southeast Green received the Award of Excellence from Southface for it's distinguished service as a media partner to the Sustainability community.
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Meet Southeast Green
Beth Bond, the Curator of Green and Sustainable Business News at Southeast Green, is the driving force of Southeast Green. As a Southerner, Bond was tired of hearing about everything "green" happening outside her native region which is what drove her to create the website.
Owning her own marketing company for over 15 years and working with sustainability groups, Beth knew the story of sustainability and green resided here in the Southeast. There was just no one place to tell the cohesive story of all the things that are happening in the Southeast. Since relaunching Southeast Green in September 2008, Bond has been establishing even broader liaisons and partners to help continue the story of green and sustainability.
Bond serves on a variety of boards and committees in the Atlanta sustainable community. In 2011 she joined the board at Georgia Interfaith Power and Light. She is the Collaboration Chair for the Green Chamber of the South. In December of 2011 the Georgia Solar Energy Association awarded Beth with a Solar Advocate of the Year award. In 2014 Bond was a finalist for the Trident E3 Award presented by the Atlanta Metro Chamber of Commerce. She has also served on host committees for This is Market, River Revival, Earth Hour, Green Law's Environmental Heroes and Get the Lead Out to name a few.
Bond spent her formative years in Mobile, Alabama. She graduated from Florida State University and then served in Bouza, Niger as a Peace Corps Volunteer. She is active in her neighborhood and serves on Community Council for District 3, DeKalb County. When not working to better her community she participates in her church where she serves as Co-Chair for the Creation Care committee. She is an avid tennis and college football fan.
About Valerie Baker, is the Assistant Editor of Southeast Green. Valerie started working in Real Estate in January 2007 and is a graduate of Florida International University with a Bachelors of Science in Advertising and a minor in Psychology. She love music, photography, movies, cars, traveling and singing. Valerie enjoys trying new things which is why she has joined Southeast Green. While things are slow in the Real Estate Markets Valerie will be assisting in keeping the website up to date.
She comes from a long line of Realtors and professionals that worked within the real estate industry. Her grandparents and uncle still hold Brokers licenses and her mom is a paralegal who worked with a real estate and probate attorney for many years.
Valerie was born and raised in Miami, FL. She's recently written her first book of poetry called "Reflections of Self: Poetry, Prose and Other Thoughts."
About Sandra Cummins, the founder of Southeast Green. Sandra stepped down from leadership of Southeast Green in November 2010 to pursue her passion for Green Building specifically. Sandra has agreed to stay on board in an Advisory Capacity.
Sandra created Southeast Green in the Fall of 2007. Before starting Southeast Green, Sandra worked in the music industry as a sales and marketing account manager.As a national account manager for Sony Music, EMI Music and BMG Music Distribution, she represented a vast product line to an account base of national & regional music retailers and wholesalers.
Originally from Chicago, Sandra graduated from Georgia State University in 1990.She enjoys living in the Atlanta area because of the abundance of outdoor activities that are available. Her family activities include hiking, biking and canoeing.