Moshe Ovadia is a Ph.D student in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER) at Stanford University. His research focuses on mechanisms for embedding environmental sustainability into a firm’s culture and how sustainability initiatives can be promote cooperation and prosocial behavior among employees and customers. He has also conducted comparative research on large-scale sustainability initiatives across retailers globally and on agriculture cooperatives in India. Prior to pursuing doctoral research, Moshe was a Case Team Leader at Monitor Group, a global strategy consultancy, in the firm’s US, Singapore, and Johannesburg offices. At Monitor, he worked on climate change policy, scenario planning, marketing strategy, and long-term decision making across government, healthcare, energy, and media sectors. Moshe has also worked in the Office of Secretary Chu at the Department of Energy on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and in Bhutan on to help launch a sustainable agricultural venture. He was also a founding Board Member of Urban Green Partnership in Philadelphia. Moshe holds an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and an A.B. with high honors in Biology from Harvard College. He is also a trained mediator and a facilitator for Stanford’s Interpersonal Dynamics course.