After six fascinating years of co-producing the KIN Global conference, Stephanie Wolcott took a leap and moved to Bogotá, Colombia. She is the co-founder, with fellow KINian Pablo Restrepo, of Aluna Catalyst, an international consulting firm dedicated to evolving business in Colombia and around the world.
Previously, as Global Manager of Alcoa Foundation, Wolcott developed the organization's signature programming in environmental sustainability, including the DOE's Better Plants Carbon Emission Reduction pledge and reforestation campaigns. Prior to that, she was the Global Manager, Corporate Citizenship for Tyco International, a $40 billion conglomerate. There she designed a strategic framework for global community investment and developed Tyco’s first EHS report.
Wolcott has spoken at Northwestern University, Harvard University, TEDxLeh (Ladakh) and the Net Impact National Conference. She served a judge for the 2015 Genesis Prize and in 2016, the MacArthur Foundation’s 100 & Change Challenge. She also has co-authored social impact case studies for Kellogg; and has written for the Stanford Social Innovation Review and Ensia.
Wolcott served as a sustainability expert on two expeditions to Antarctica and one solar mission to the Himalayas led by noted polar explorer, Sir Robert Swan.
KIN 2014: Stephanie Wolcott interviews Professor Larry Lessig, Kimbal Musk, Rey Ramsey and Ann Hand
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