Betty Cremmins has been helping CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) transition the world to a low-carbon economy since 2010. CDP is an international non-profit organization that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. With a background in greenhouse gas footprinting, green building and environmental policy, Betty relocated from New York City to San Francisco in 2016 to establish CDP’s first West Coast office. She also serves as Senior Account Manager on CDP’s Supply Chain program, working with leading organizations including Dell, Microsoft, Walmart, and the U.S. and California governments to support the integration of climate change disclosure and action into standard purchasing practice.
Previously, she offered guidance and support to thousands of companies disclosing through CDP’s annual Climate Change, Water and Forests information requests. Betty has worked on climate change mitigation projects around the world, from the US Gulf Coast to sub-Saharan Africa to Antarctica.
She is the Advocacy Chair of the Habitat for Humanity-NYC Young Professionals Board and is an Advisory Board Member of the world’s first Climate Museum. Betty holds a BA from New York University, a MPA in Environmental Science & Policy from Columbia University, is a Security Fellow with the Truman National Security Project and LEED Accredited Professional.