Education and Research Executive Board

EREB Member
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Denice Viktoria Staaf

M.A, B.A.

Principal

Labeling Sustainability Inc

Supply Chain Diva


- Founding Member and Vice President

- Center for Corporate Performance & Sustainability


Denice Staaf is also known as the Supply Chain Diva by the global supply chain and sustainability community. She is based in California, USA, and Mexico City, Mexico. She contributed to the development and progress of corporations such as LaFarge Holcim, CEMEX, Maglin, Boral, Trespa, ElastoChem, Panel Rey, Good for Life, and ArcelorMittal in internationally recognized environmental declarations, carbon footprints, sustainability, circularity, hazard screening, green building materials, and sits on the technical committee for standards setting for sustainable building materials.


She is a passionate sustainable supply chain champion; she believes that sustainability can be used to create a competitive advantage.


Denice completed her masters from Harvard University focused on Environmental Management and Sustainability, where she specialized in sustainable building materials. Her focus was on the life cycle and organizational sustainability. She has a degree in both Interior Design and Humanities from Ursuline College. She is certified in Healthier Building Materials from Parsons School of Design, is a LEED Accredited Professional, and is a WELL Accredited Professional.


Denice is actively involved in teaching, research and development, mentoring, and advising global corporations on reducing waste and energy and driving towards their circularity. Her expertise is sought after for teaching organizations how to achieve true sustainability.


She has over two decades of hands-on experience in sustainability in manufacturing organizations working in organizations globally. She founded the consulting firm Labeling Sustainability to help building product manufacturers understand their product and operational impacts and to communicate their efforts to their stakeholders.


Through her work at the Center for Corporate Performance & Sustainability, her primary focus is on the systemic development of the sustainability process approach to get organizations' results through a transparent, collaborative, and in-depth look at their inputs and outputs, focusing on waste management and circularity. The process approach taught at the Center for Corporate 


Performance & Sustainability is based on decades of proven results to help organizations reach their zero waste and circularity goals.