Marc de Wit is a Director at Circle Economy, an impact organisation that guides businesses, cities, and nations towards adoption of a circular system. Marc is a recognized thought-leader on implementation of the circular economy. In 2018 he initiated the Circularity Gap Report: an annual yardstick for the circular state of the global economy. He brings nearly 15 years of strategy and implementation experience in advising companies and governments in developing circular strategies and implementing circular solutions.
Kyle Ritchie is the sustainable design lead at CannonDesign, a multi-disciplinary firm that creates better built environments. He is an adjunct professor at Boston Architectural College, and founder of the Circular Economy Studio, and he partnered with Eric Corey Freed to write “Circular Economy for Dummies”.
Lisa Morales-Hellebo, a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, is currently co-founder of The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation, an organization that is changing how supply chain professionals learn about, collaborate, and adopt supply chain innovation around the world. She is also co-founder and general partner of REFASHIOND Ventures — an NYC-based, early-stage supply chain technology venture fund that invests in start-ups refashioning global supply chains. Lisa has been featured in numerous publications and media outlets and is profiled in the bestselling book; Disrupters: Success Strategies from Women Who Break the Mold. A distinguished speaker Lisa has keynoted numerous events and participates in panels covering technology, supply chain, logistics, venture capital, fashion tech, women in tech, diversity, and more.
On episode 44 of Supply Chain Next, Marc de Wit, Kyle Ritchie, and Lisa Morales-Hellebo have a round table discussion for International Supply Chain Day (Jun 4).
You can listen to the podcast below or watch the video version on YouTube.