As a relentless optimist and courageous catalyst for change, Bonnie has held many high-profile positions at the global forefront of a new low carbon, resource protected and just economy. As a corporate sustainability executive, owner of an environmental planning and communications consultancy, and university educator, Ms. Nixon has always been driven to the better end by designing and leading ethical conversations and initiatives and accelerating sustainability with the use of new and emerging technologies. Today Bonnie is a Sustainability Strategist and Human Rights Educator with BonnEco, Inc. and specializes in complex supply chains. Bonnie graduated from Penn State in Sociology and more recently obtained her Masters’ Degree in Learning Technologies and is pursuing a PhD in Global Leadership and Change, both at Pepperdine University. Ms. Nixon believes in the power of web-based collaboration and understands that blockchain technology, gamification, social media, online education using multi-media platforms, augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence, robotics and visual animation can and will dramatically accelerate a more sustainable future for future generations.
Bonnie has served in these roles for the following communities:
- Senior Partner with Environmental Resources Management (ERM)
- Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Global Sustainability for Mattel Toys
- Senior Sustainability Strategist and Advisor for the Sustainability Roundtable
- Executive Director of Walmart led Sustainability Consortium
- Director of Global Sustainability and Ethical Sourcing for Hewlett-Packard
- Driver for the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition and Responsible Business Alliance
- Chairwomen of the Board for Sustainable Silicon Valley
- Vice President of Environmental Communications Consultancy, Circlepoint, Inc.
- Director of Public Relations for the Boston Harbor Cleanup Project
- Advisory Board for Sustainable Brands, Sustainable Works and Responsible Sourcing Network
- Board Member for Pepperdine University Social Entrepreneurship and Change Council