Jaime Nack is the President of Three Squares Inc., a cutting edge sustainability consulting firm specializing in developing comprehensive sustainability plans for corporate entities, government agencies and academic institutions. In 2013, she launched a sister company, One Drop Interactive – a cloud-based employee engagement platform maximizing sustainability management and cost savings. The program was designed to allow companies to improve environmental and economic performance from the inside out, equipping employees with the education and resources to implement sustainable business practices.
Most notably, Nack was contracted as the Director of Sustainability and Greening Operations for the 2008 Democratic National Convention, marking the first time in DNC history where measures were taken to reduce the environmental impact of the event. The greening effort was unprecedented in scale and has evolved into an industry case study for best practices in event greening. Because of the plan's success, she led the Three Squares Inc. team in implementing a sustainability plan for the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In 2011, Nack was named as a Young Global Leader (YGL) by the World Economic Forum and appointed to serve as a Council Member of the National Women's Business Council, a non-partisan advisory council to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners. She also proudly serves as one of Vice President Al Gore's presenters for The Climate Reality Project.
Nack holds a Master's in Public Policy from UCLA, where she also earned her Bachelor's degree in International Economics with a minor in Urban Planning. Nack speaks to audiences around the world about the business case for sustainability and its impact on the future of the global marketplace.