Jessica Slomka

Senior Manager of the National Center for Sustainability Standards, NSF International

Jessica is the Senior Manager of the National Center for Sustainability Standards at NSF International. She oversees NSF’s sustainable standards development services and assurance program development and management services. She has extensive experience designing, improving and managing standard systems and compliance programs. She oversees a team that helps diverse groups of stakeholders advance the development of leading environmental and social practices through the creation of sustainable programs and multiple attribute leadership standards. She has over 8 years of experience bringing together industry, government, NGOs, public health and academia to create performance objectives to drive informed sustainable purchasing decisions. She is an active member of ASQ, Standards Council of Canada and the EPA’s Recommendations of Specifications, Standards and Ecolabels. She has also contributed to various publications including ANSI’s Standardization Roadmap: Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment and Sustainability in the Workplace: A New Approach for Advancing Worker Protection.

My Sessions

– Value NSF sees in purchasers engaging in standards development, support NSF offers to engage, upcoming standard development opportunities at NSF Why ANSI wants purchasers to engage in standards development, ways ANSI offers support to engage, how to identify opportunities for engagement Questions to discuss: What are the major barriers to purchaser engagement in sustainability … read more >>

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