Framework announces Aleksandra Dobkowski-Joy as partner, recognizing her contributions to the company’s continued growth and success
Submitted by: Framework:CR
Posted: Oct 26, 2011 – 12:41 PM EST
STAMFORD, Conn., Oct. 26 /CSRwire/ - Framework, a leading consultancy that helps clients integrate sustainability principles into business strategy to build brand value and enhance profitability, has named Aleksandra Dobkowski-Joy partner in the firm.
With nearly a decade of experience in sustainability consulting, seven of those at Framework, Aleksandra has thrived on leading large, complex projects and delivering award-winning sustainability reports for clients. Her leadership in developing strategic solutions has included the creation of proprietary tools and methodologies, including Framework’s materiality analysis protocol and GRI compare process. She continues to oversee original research into sustainability strategy and communications, and to provide direct counsel and advice to multinational companies representing the food, information technology, consumer products, construction, and airline industries.
“The clockspeed of sustainability innovation is increasing - and with it the urgent need for specialized strategic and tactical consulting services. I am delighted to take on the additional responsibilities inherent in being a partner at Framework, primary among them to continue to deliver excellent and visionary service to our clients.”
“Aleksandra’s expertise, management skills, and ability to build strong relationships have been instrumental to the growth of this firm,” said Kathee Rebernak, Framework’s founder and CEO. “I have long thought of and worked with her as a partner. By formalizing our partnership, we have strengthened Framework’s leadership and taken a significant step forward in our evolution.”
Aleksandra’s career began at the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), where she managed beyond compliance programs such as Project XL and Performance Track for EPA’s Region 2 offices in New York City, activities for which she received the EPA’s bronze medal commendation. Trained as a scientist and holding a Master of Environmental Management degree from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, Aleksandra’s extensive network spans corporate sustainability practitioners, service providers, and fellow colleagues in pursuit of a sustainable world.
Aleksandra lives in New Haven, Connecticut, with her husband Chris Joy, her twin sons, and a dog named Apple.
A leading sustainability consultancy, Framework works with clients to develop and integrate sustainable business strategy and practices and to measure and communicate performance. Our clients are represented in the Global FT500, Fortune 500, S&P 500, Dow Jones Sustainability, and FTSE4Good indices. Framework principals frequently speak and write on sustainability issues and regularly review reports for Ethical Corporation magazine. Framework is a woman-owned business certified by the WBENC. For more information, please visit www.frameworkcr.com.