Katie Anderson

Project Manager, Supply Chain

Work

Areas of expertise:
Corporate sustainability strategy, agricultural supply chain sustainability, deforestation, nutrient efficiency

Katie leads EDF’s work to catalyze corporations to reduce deforestation associated with the production of food and agricultural products. She also engages companies to improve water quality and climate outcomes from U.S. agriculture. Katie works closely with corporate partners to help them set and meet sustainability goals that benefit the environment, businesses, and farmers.

Background

Over her career, Katie has worked extensively across the agricultural supply chain to find win-win solutions for the environment and for companies. She has worked with agricultural retailers, large consumer goods companies, multinational retailers, and multi-stakeholder groups to drive innovative solutions for sustainability within global agriculture.

Education

  • Master of Environmental Management, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
  • Certificate in Sustainable Systems Analysis, Duke University
  • Bachelor of Science, Biology and Environmental Science and Policy, Duke University