What We Do. Why We're Here.

The GoGreen Conference, created and organized by Social Enterprises, is a sustainability learning experience for business and public sector decision-makers. Featuring regionally targeted content and recognized leaders from the community, GoGreen works across industry silos to foster peer-to-peer learning and collaborative solutions. We believe sustainability in the business setting is a powerful and indispensable tool for navigating the tumultuous waters of today's global economy and solving our climate woes. Our mission is to empower attendees with the strategies, tools and connections to green their organizations with profitability in mind.

Want to bring the GoGreen Conference to your city? Contact us at cities@gogreenconference.net to start a dialogue with the organizing team.

Join Our Programming Committee

GoGreen Conference is actively working to recruit diverse leadership perspectives to collaborate and provide input on our annual program. We are continuing to work to advance equity, diversity and inclusion through GoGreen Conference thematic elements, speakers, partners and attendees and we aim to center BIPOC voices in all the work that we do as a conference. In addition to targeted invitations and outreach, we are issuing an open call to BIPOC and diverse voices to advise and/or provide input. If you are interested in being a part of our GoGreen Conference Advisory Team/Program Committee please email seattle@gogreenconference.net with more information about yourself and why/how you want to be involved.

Advisory Team

Our advisory team of regional leaders ensures that GoGreen is able to build an experience that is timely and relevant to the region's economy, environmental issues, market opportunities and culture by providing guidance, connections and insights into each community that we serve.

Sarah Severn | Principal, Severn Consulting and Strategic Advisor, Washington Business Alliance

Sarah Severn

Laura Clise | CEO, Intentionalist


Brenna Davis | Vice President of Social & Environmental Responsibility, PCC Community Markets

Brenna Davis

Ubax Gardheere | Equitable Development Division Manager, City of Seattle  

Ubax serves as a Governance Group Member for Communities of Opportunity, a multi-million dollar, cross-sector initiative aimed at creating systems change across King County to address equitable health, housing and economic opportunity. She serves on the board of Regional Coalition for Housing (ARCH) a partnership of the County and East King County Cities who have joined together to assist with preserving and increasing the supply of housing for low- and moderate-income households in the region. Ubax is a proud single parent to three very energetic kids who keep her on her toes.

David Giuliani | Co-Founder & Board Member, Washington Business Alliance; Co-Founder, Low Carbon Prosperity Institute

David Giuliani

Molly Ray | Puget Sound Director, Salmon-Safe

Molly Ray

Andrew Himes | Program Specialist, Carbon Leadership Forum, University of Washington

Andrew Himes

Program Team

Ericka Dickey-Nelson | Founder & President

Ericka Dickey-Nelson

Sierra Winegarner | Program Manager

Sierra Winegarner