Adam Roy Gordon is Engagement Director for Global Compact Network USA and in this role leads the work of the UN Global Compact in the United States, including operations, participant management, and programming. He is a contributor to The Atlantic and was named to the Environment + Energy Leader 100 in 2019.
Previously, Adam worked at CDP, supporting the integration of climate change, water, and deforestation disclosure into corporate performance. He was an EDF Climate Corps Fellow at Colgate-Palmolive Company and has diverse experience in sustainability that ranges from advising the government of Montenegro on green building policy to founding NYC’s first commercial composting waste hauler.
He holds a B.A. from Oberlin College and a M.S. in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.
Claudia is UN Global Compact Network USA's Program Manager. In this role, she develops and leads programs and initiatives that help over 900 American companies do business responsibly. She manages Network USA's accelerator programs and other initiatives such as SDG Pioneers.
Before joining UN Global Compact Network USA, Claudia worked at Bain & Company, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and the United States Council for International Business (USCIB). Claudia is also the Founder & CEO of Wasi (an iOS app that helps users change the world from the comfort of their own homes) and a Founding Member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Queens Hub.
Claudia was recently selected to the Environment + Energy 100 list. She holds a BSc in Politics and International Relations from the University of Bath, a MA in Global Governance and International Diplomacy from Columbia University, and is currently completing a MSc in Sustainability, Enterprise and Environment at the University of Oxford.
Ebba Berggrund is Engagement and Operations Coordinator for Global Compact Network USA. Ebba is also Global Compact Network USA's lead for the Communication of Progress and supports US companies with their reporting to the UN Global Compact.
Previously, Ebba worked as a program manager at the international NGO AFS Intercultural Programs. At AFS Ebba spearheaded the organization's private sector sponsored programs and activities. In her role, she worked closely with corporate donors and foundations to set up programs worldwide. Ebba started her career in the private sector at PwC, where she was an associate management consultant working on projects related to security, sustainability, public affairs, and cyber security.
She holds a B.Sc. from the Swedish Defence University and a Master in International Affairs from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA).