A managing director in PwC’s US Sustainable Business Solutions practice, Don helps companies develop and implement sustainability strategies that create business value by growing revenue, enhancing brands, improving operating efficiency, and managing risks. He has over 15 years experience helping clients and investors analyze the financial value of sustainability strategies.
Don joined PwC in 2008 with the acquisition of Sustainable Finance Ltd., where he developed due diligence procedures for specific industries, helped deal teams integrate the impact of climate change regulation into their analysis, and analyzed climate change risks at the portfolio, transaction and asset levels.
Don is co-author of “Resilience: Sustaining the supply chain,” and “Converging worlds: Five management principles from companies modernizing our vehicles, buildings and electric grids,” published by PwC, “Single Bottom Line Sustainability” published by Ecos Corporation, and author of “Stalking the Elusive Financial Case for Corporate Sustainability” and “Green Shareholder Value-Hype or Hit?” published by WRI.
A Chartered Financial Analyst, Don has an AB degree in Political Economy from Princeton University and an MBA in Finance from the Stern School at New York University, both with honors.