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Tell Your Story

March 25, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Free – $15

Pre-registration is required. Register HERE!

Target Audience: Sustainability Directors, Sustainability / Environmental Consultants, Environmental Compliance Officers, Environment Health & Safety Professionals, Marketing & Communication professionals with an interest in sustainability, Human Resources, and Owners/CEOs.

Sharing your sustainability journey effectively is vital to communicating with your employees, customers, and the public.  Building on the Roundtable’s January and February events focused on sustainability planning and metrics collection, this event will focus on how to best tell your organization’s story.  Key insights and case studies will be shared by one of WNY’s leading communication firms, Mower. Cannon Design will highlight the power of data visualization by sharing examples from recent projects.

This Workshop Will Address:

How to identify the pillars around which to organize your particular sustainability message.

Tools and tips on how to share your story with a variety of audiences – employees, clients, investors, and the public.

An overview of tools & resources for effective data visualization and communication.

Guidance on best use of data visualization techniques.


3:30 – 3:40: Welcome and intro to WNY Sustainable Business Roundtable and today’s speakers

3:400 – 4:10: “Telling Your Story” Overview – tools, tips and case studies

4:10 – 4:35: Beehive discussions in smaller groups

4:35 – 4:50: The power of data visualization

4:50 – 5:00: Moderated Q&A and Closing


Brad Rye, Vice President, Mower

Becky Cania, Manager of Employee and Corporate Communications, Paychex

Amir Rezaei, Senior Associate/High Performance Building Analyst, Cannon Design

Austin Izzo, Project Coordinator, The Levy Partnership


Pre registration is required. Register HERE!

The zoom link will be emailed to all registered attendees ahead of time (one day before and one hour before the workshop).



March 25, 2021
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Free – $15