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Sydnee Grushack
I work across Eunomia’s market areas to support our growing business in the United States. I am especially interested in the intersection of business and sustainability and how the private sector can drive policy. When not in the ocean, I try to take advantage of all NYC has to offer!

Sydnee is based in our New York office and, with a background in management consulting and environmental policy, Sydnee offers strategic execution for clients on all stages of projects, with proven experience in project management.

Recent Experience

Since joining Eunomia, Sydnee has worked on projects for clients across North America on a broad range of environmental projects. This work has included authoring the report to design a deposit system for non-alcoholic beverage containers in Ontario, assessing the relative risk of beverage container depots in Alberta and providing an analysis of the Governor of New York’s proposal to expand the Bottle Bill. Additionally, Sydnee has performed the North American analysis of the packaging landscape for global container products goods companies and facilitated marketing efforts around the reports from the New York office. In her project work, Sydnee has served as the project manager, lead researcher and report author.

Career History

Prior to joining Eunomia, Sydnee was a strategy consultant at IBM where she focused on clients in the Energy & Utilities and Technology industries. Sydnee managed multi-million dollar projects for Fortune 500 organizations and crafted strategic plans for new initiatives. She worked directly with Senior Vice Presidents developing internal processes and procedures for IBM’s consulting arm – Global Business Services.

Sydnee has extensive experience in local government, including at the City of Atlanta’s Office of Sustainability where she managed federal grants and instituted programs with non-profit, corporate and educational partners focusing on energy efficiency, transportation, waste and water conservation. She also developed local policy initiatives in North Hempstead’s Office of Sustainability, including developing a municipal energy conservation program and coordinating a town-wide effort to ban plastic bags. She also managed recycling programmes across 49 schools, spearheaded a residential energy efficiency program and organized a large-scale E-waste and pharmaceutical disposal events.

Sydnee received a Master of Business Administration from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies from Emory University.