Amy D’Angelo is a wellness real estate professional with over 20 years of experience. Her wide range of interests over the years have included launching a healthy food business to managing facilities for an international non-profit. Her current passion is focusing on helping busy professionals and families achieve wellness at home by creating simple and affordable strategies that are based on the best practices of the wellness real estate movement. Amy believes that by making small and positive changes, in our homes, in the food we eat or the ways that we handle stress, we can inspire those around us to live a healthier, more fulfilled life.
Amy D’Angelo is the Director of ESG for Sustainable Investment Group. In this role, Amy provides leadership to the ESG department and works with some of the country’s largest REITs to identify and manage risks that pertain to environmental, social and governance issues. She also is leading our Corporate Sustainability Program with a particular focus on the “S” – empowering women within our organization and ensuring that we can have the greatest impact in the communities where we live. Additionally, Amy provides wellness content and webinars to SIG’s education partner Green Building Education Services (GBES).
Amy graduated from the University of Florida with a B.A.in English and a minor in Political Science. She is also a WELL AP and a Fitwel Ambassador.
Amy brings 20+ years of business, leadership and entrepreneurial experience to this position. Her experience in building programs and leading teams in executive management positions for both nonprofit and for profit organizations gives her a unique perspective into ESG. Amy’s passion for innovation in ESG, especially the “S” social aspect is founded in her core value to “effect change that positively impacts the people in all organizations”, in addition to helping her clients positively impact the communities where they live and work.
Amy spends her free time outside and enjoying the natural resources in the community where she lives, kayaking, biking or just walking on the beach. When she isn’t outside, you can find her cooking for her family, playing with her dogs or tending to her vast collection of indoor plants.
- The biggest evolution with green washing and transparency in the industry.
- Being able to pivot to embrace ESG data and reporting.
- Essential questions to consider to shift from corporate sustainability to ESG wellness for employees and occupants of our buildings.
- The secrets to the ESG umbrella and where companies should focus first.
- The ESG team at SIG provides opportunities to use all of the big reporting functions and frameworks correctly.
- The Energy Star program supports data you can trust and verify.
- Preparation for climate related risk ties directly into resiliency.
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- Sustainable Investment Group (SIG)
- Shawn Achor: The happy secret to better work | TED Talk
- Brené Brown: Books
- Simon Sinek: Books
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