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Mindy S. Lubber is the President of Ceres, the leading U.S. coalition of investors and environmental leaders working to improve corporate environmental, social and governance practices. She also directs the Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR), an alliance of more than 100 institutional investors representing over $10 trillion in assets. INCR coordinates U.S. investor responses to the financial risks and opportunities posed by climate change.

In 2010 Ceres and Ms. Lubber were named by the United Nations and the Foundation for Social Change as one of the World's top leaders of change, and under Ms Lubber's leadership Ceres has won numerous awards including Philantopia's top NGO working on Cimage Change in 2012, Zayed Future Energy Prize in 2013 and and the Gloal Green USA's award in 2009. She was voted one of “The 100 Most Influential People in Corporate Governance” by Directorship Magazine, who noted Ceres’ increasing influence in its field. Ms. Lubber has held leadership positions in government as the Regional Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; in the financial services sector as Founder, President and CEO of Green Century Capital Management, an investment firm managing environmentally screened mutual funds; in the private sector as the President of an environmental law and policy consulting group; and in the not-for-profit sector for more than a decade leading environmental and public interest law organizations including the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group,

In her position at Ceres, Ms. Lubber has lectured on corporate sustainability issues at the New York Stock Exchange, the World Economic Forum, more than 100 Fortune 500 companies and the American Bar Association. She has led negotiating teams of investors, NGO’s and CEO’s of Fortune 100 companies who have taken far-reaching positions on corporate practices relating to mititaging their impact on global warming. She is a senior lecturer for the Ceres/Yale Sustainabile Governance Forum, a forum designed to train corporate board members on climate risk and opportunities and to train public pension fund trustees on the portfolio impacts from climate change. Ms. Lubber has briefed hundreds of Wall Street anaylsts on how gobal warming effects shareholder value.

Ms. Lubber is an attorney and holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration. She resides in Brookline, MA with her husband and two teenage children. Follow her on Twitter @MindyLubber.

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