About the Project & Webinar Series:


Sustainability is a buzzword, used in every intersection of our lives these days, but what does it actually mean? What does a sustainable world in our communities look like? And why should it matter us, our friends, and our families and communities?


People of Color in Green Spaces webinars answer these questions by highlighting the opportunities presented by a sustainable future, and in turn paving the way to lasting intergenerational wealth, improved public health, community vitality, and equity.


People of Color in Green Spaces is a focused, People of Color driven series, comprised of informative networked events for People of Color with any background experience that is interested in sustainability, providing attendees with the know-how, resources, and support to leverage and make sustainable change in their own communities and professional pursuits.

Attendees will:

  • Hear from leading sustainability-focused People of Color in Green Spaces who are movers and shakers in their professional and local communities

  • Network with sustainability industry leaders from across the nation, such as GeoTab, GEVO, Social Glass, OpConnect, Black & Veatch, and others

  • Engage with industry for internship, job, and other professional development opportunities

  • Interact with a national network of other People of Color in Green Spaces

  • Create a pipeline in partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and communities

  • Discover and explore new educational pathways to careers

  • Learn more about sustainability and a future WE can build!


First Webinar!

April 21, 2021 at 10:00 AM

*Proceeds will benefit our partner Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and other community partners.

A Message From The Founder

Even in the most dire of times during the COVID-19 pandemic around the globe, the focus on green sustainability must be embedded in OUR cultures. Sustainability remains a critical part in securing future generations, especially in the most vulnerable underserved communities of black and brown people. Sustainability work must continue to be championed to ensure greenhouse gases are reduced through clean energy methods by using the cleanest resources available. It’s now time to take action in connecting with industry professionals and partners to get educated and create a job pipeline in OUR communities.

Philip Saunders MCFE, DSL, LSSBB

Deputy Division Director, Logistics and Emergency Management

Green Fleet Program

City of Seattle, Department of Finance and Administrative Services

Partner and Sponsorship

Interested in partner or sponsorship opportunities with this exciting project? 

Contact Brian at

or call 503-914-4368 to confirm your involvement.


PO Box 721

Tualatin, Oregon 97062

Office | 503-914-4368