Our people are our most valuable asset. SASB’s ability to connect businesses and investors on the financial impacts of sustainability starts with our team of smart, dedicated professionals. We bring diverse experiences and backgrounds, but share a mutual passion for unlocking the full power of financial markets as a force for sustainable, inclusive economic growth.
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Katie Schmitz Eulitt joined SASB at its inception and now serves on SASB’s Capital Markets Policy and Outreach team, cultivating awareness of SASB standards and tools among investors. She co-manages SASB’s Investor Advisory Group and also curates and edits ESG Integration Insights, an ongoing series of case studies examining the use of SASB tools by investors across asset classes, markets, and investment strategies.
Ms. Schmitz Eulitt’s career encompasses over 25 years of international sustainability experience across a broad range of industries, including; finance; oil & gas; renewable energy; water purification in developing markets, and; forestry and watershed management.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Japanese from the University of California, Berkeley, an MBA from l’Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires (INSEAD) in Fontainebleau, France, and an executive certificate in sustainability from the Presidio Graduate School in San Francisco. Ms. Schmitz Eulitt serves as a judge of the UC Berkeley’s Big Ideas at Berkeley annual competition.
Education & Partnerships
Blaine Pedlow works to create partnerships with individual donors looking to support the mission and vision of SASB. He is drawn to working with SASB through his background in environmental science and a belief in the potential of transparent markets to help drive greater sustainability.
Prior to joining SASB, Mr. Pedlow has worked in university development at Stanford University and, most recently, University of California, Berkeley, his alma mater. He is an avid sailor and competes internationally in a variety of classes.