Robert ter Kuile, Senior Director Sustainability, Global Public Policy; PepsiCo Inc.


Robert ter Kuile is the Senior Director of Sustainability in the Global Public Policy group for PepsiCo Inc., where he actively develops, implements and operationalizes the global public policy on a broad range of sustainability initiatives. His responsibilities also include developing, maintaining, and partnering with global stakeholders, shareholders and policy makers.


Prior to joining the Public Policy and Government Affairs team, Mr. ter Kuile served as the Director of Energy and Climate Change for three years in PepsiCo’s Global Operations, where he developed and implemented energy and carbon reduction strategies. He also served as a Corporate Environmental Manager at Frito-Lay North America (a Division of PepsiCo) for six years.


In addition to his work for PepsiCo, Mr. ter Kuile has also served in various governmental roles for what is now the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality, and has held several environmental and sustainability consulting roles.


He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies from Texas State University at San Marcos.

Tim Mohin, Director, Corporate Responsibility; Advanced Micro Devices Inc.


Tim Mohin

Tim Mohin joined AMD as the Director of Corporate Responsibility in December 2009. In this role, he is responsible for the development of AMD's corporate responsibility strategy, managing the company's responsibility programs, and leading AMD's cross-functional corporate responsibility advisory council.


Prior to joining AMD, Mr. Mohin started up and led Apple's Supplier Responsibility program. Before that he was at Intel for 12 years leading the company's environmental and sustainability functions.


Mr. Mohin started his career with the US government, working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and as senior legislative staff for the Chairman of U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.


He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition and the author of the 2012 book Changing Business from the Inside Out: A Treehugger's Guide to Working in Corporations. He also sits on the board of directors for Net Impact and The Green Grid.


He earned a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Biology from the State University of New York and a Masters degree in Environmental Management from Duke University.

Natasha Scotnicki, Director, Corporate Program; CERES


Natasha Scotnicki

Natasha Scotnicki is a Director in the Corporate Program at Ceres. In this role, she is responsible for corporate outreach, special partnerships and managing relationships with a portfolio of Ceres network companies, primarily from the technology sector. She works directly with member companies to facilitate ongoing stakeholder engagement and help strengthen their sustainability disclosure and performance. She also leads specific initiatives and projects related to The 21st Century Corporation: The Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability. Ms. Scotnicki has been with the organization for more than ten years, and her work has focused on corporate sustainability performance for the past seven years.


Prior to joining Ceres, she worked in sales management at CNET Networks in San Francisco, where she sold international marketing solutions to U.S.-based technology clients.


Ms. Scotnicki graduated Cum Laude from Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Spanish.

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