Co-founding board member and executive director of the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO)
Daniel Kreeger is a co-founding board member and executive director of the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO) and has a unique familiarity of key climate and sustainability leaders at and efforts by most Fortune 500 companies, higher education institutions and North American government entities. Dan has led ACCO’s programming efforts, as well as establishment of the CCO Certification, the first comprehensive climate change credentialing and training program designed for executives and professionals across sectors. Dan led ACCO’s partnership with the White House Council on Environmental Quality in 2011 and 2012 in co-producing the GreenGov Symposium, was a co-founding steering committee member for the consortium that jointly administered EPA’s Climate Leadership Awards from 2012-2015 and serves on the steering committee for the National Adaptation Forum.
An accomplished business executive with more than 15 years of cross-functional experience in change management and enterprise business strategies within business-to-business, government, and consumer-centric sectors, Dan focuses specifically on the human capital, economic and operational implications of climate change. He serves on the Dean’s Council of Advisors at the FIU College of Architecture and the Arts, and is a frequent keynote speaker and lecturer at industry events and at top sustainability focused graduate and executive education programs.