Amanda Goetsch is the Program Manager for UW System's Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programs in Sustainable Management. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biological Aspects of Conservation with a certificate in Environmental Studies as well as her Master’s degree in Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development with a certificate in Business, Environment and Social Responsibility from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During her time as a graduate student she worked as the Sustainability Coordinator with Veolia Environmental Services as well as Program Director for the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council's (WSBC) Green Master’s Program. It was through that program that she connected with Inpro, a Wisconsin-based product manufacturing firm. She was hired into a brand new sustainability manager position and developed the job as she performed it. Her professional experience spans a wide range of topics including: employee engagement and training, product transparency documentation, global sustainability reporting, environmental management system and ISO14001 implementation, sustainability policy development and implementation, KPI development and implementation, biodiversity projects, community engagement, sustainability in the built environment, supply chain sustainability, sustainable business strategic planning and effective collaboration with diverse stakeholders. She holds the LEED Green Associate credential. she currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council, the Governance Board for Cool Choices, and the Market Leadership Advisory Board for the U.S. Green Building Council Wisconsin Community and formerly served on the Jefferson County Sustainability Taskforce.