I'm Meg Haywood Sullivan, a sustainability strategist and a third-generation creative. With over fourteen years of experience in the non-profit and creative industries, I've dedicated my life's work to the convergence of art and science, aiming to inspire action through meaningful steps toward a more sustainable future.

My work helps brands and non-profits create and implement sustainability programs while finding innovative ways to engage their target audience. I've ideated and executed campaigns for Fair Trade, photo essays for prAna on plastic pollution mitigation in Indonesia, and communication strategies for California Olive Ranch to amplify their sustainability plans.

Outside of my commercial work, I am a co-founder of the Plastic Free Fridays movement, an ambassador for Conservation International, Surfrider Foundation, and Protect Our Winters, a board member for TreePeople and the Environmental Media Association, and an active member of The Explorers Club. I am currently pursing my masters at Harvard University.

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