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Jeffrey Hollender is a leader in the socially and environmentally responsible communities. He is a member and former director of the Social Venture Network, a consortium of socially aware business executives. His first ventures involved not-for-profit organizations in adult education. He co-founded and directed Community Capital Bank, which invested in affordable housing and community development in New York. After serving as president of Warner Audio Publishing, Hollender acquired a mail order catalog business selling energy conservation products. This became Seventh Generation, which is now the leading and fastest-growing brand of natural products for the home.
Hollender also acted as president of the Rainforest Foundation USA from 1992-1996. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Greenpeace Fund; the Environmental Health Fund; Verite; and the Advisory Board of Healthy Child Healthy World.
Creating a Game Plan for Transition to a Sustainable Economy
as author at MIT World Series: Dean's Innovative Leader Series,