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Bruno Sarda

Bruno Sarda
Senior Sustainability Scholar, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Consultant, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives, Juile Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Adjunct Faculty, School of Sustainability
Director, Social Responsibility, Dell

bruno.sarda@asu.edu
Website

Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives
Arizona State University
PO Box 878009
Tempe, AZ 85287-8009

Bruno Sarda is a leading practitioner in the field of corporate sustainability. In his current role as Director of Social Responsibility at Dell Inc., where he’s worked since 2005, he leads the company’s strategy on social aspects of sustainability, including human rights and labor practices, working with internal and external stakeholders. In his prior role as Director of Global Sustainability Operations at Dell Inc, he was responsible for business integration and strategy, information strategy, measurement and reporting, also actively supporting sustainability advocacy, policy, and objective setting.

He also actively supports sustainability advocacy, policy, and objective setting, working with internal and external stakeholders. Recently named one of the ‘most influential sustainability voices in America’ by The Guardian and ranked 6th in GreenBiz’s Sustainability Twitterati index, Sarda actively participates in a variety of cross-industry efforts such as the Global Reporting Initiative and The Sustainability Consortium. Sarda, an ASU alum, has also been partnering in multiple ways with the university for the past 3+ years as an innovator, working with the Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives to design and develop a new Executive Master’s for Sustainability Leadership; as an adjunct professor in the School of Sustainability teaching classes that prepare students for success in sustainability careers; and as a coach and mentor through his leadership of the groundbreaking Dell-funded sustainability job training program that he helped etsablish and has already benefited more than 20 undergraduate and graduate students. Sarda’s particular interests include: The role that technology can play in accelerating a shift to more sustainable practices across sectors; the integration of sustainability measures into accounting and procurement standards; facilitating collaboration between business and academia.

BS, Marketing, minor Spanish, Arizona State University, 1990