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Senior Director of Sustainable Development

PepsiCo , Inc.

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PepsiCo , Inc.

700 Anderson Hill Road

Purchase, New York 10577

United States

Company Description

PepsiCo is a global food and beverage leader with net revenues of more than $65 billion and a product portfolio that includes 22 brands that generate more than $1 billion each in annual retail sales. Our main businesses â€" Quaker, Tropicana, Gatorade, Fr ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Referee

International Commission on Uniform Methods

Affiliations

Member, Editorial Advisory Board
Food Safety Magazine

Chair
Water.org Inc

Board Member
International Society of Beverage Technologists

Chair
American Beverage Association

Board Member
Sustainability

Board of Advisors
Creative Visions Foundation

Advisor
The Superyou Fundation Inc

Advisory Board of the Environmental Leader Publications Group As Well As the America's Water Initiative
The Earth Institute at Columbia University

HRWG Member
CEO Water Mandate companies

Honorary Professor
Glasgow Caledonian University

Board Member
U.S. Water Alliance

Advisory Board Member
Business Sector Media LLC

Member
Steering Council

Contributing Member
NSDA's Haloacetic Acid and Cryptosporidium Task Forces

Contributing Member
World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Member of the Advisory Board for Development
WBCSD Water Resource Risk Tool

Education

B.S.

biochemistry

M.S.

industrial pharmacy

Web References (125 Total References)


Water Footprint USA - Water Footprint, Water Conservation and Water Efficiency Conference

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Dan Bena,Director Sustainability, Health, Safety and Environment,PepsiCo International


Water Footprint USA - Water Footprint, Water Conservation and Water Efficiency Conference

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Daniel W. Bena - PepsiCo

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Daniel W. Bena - Conference Speaker
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Daniel W. Bena
DIRECTOR OF SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTH, SAFETY, AND ENVIRONMENT PEPSICO
Dan Bena is currently the Director of Sustainability, Health, Safety, and Environment for the international division of PepsiCo, and was formerly the Director of Technical Insight and Communication, where he served as liaison between technical functions, government affairs, public policy, and field operations to develop key messaging to internal and external stakeholder groups. He is now leading the company's international Sustainability efforts across their beverage and foods operations, serving consumers in nearly 200 countries. Since graduating with an undergraduate degree in biochemistry and a graduate degree in industrial pharmacy, Dan has become a recognized leader in the beverage industry during his 23-year tenure with PepsiCo. Dan serves as Chair of the Washington-based American Beverage Association's Water Resources Committee, and has been an active participant in various ABA Task Forces. He has been active in the International Society of Beverage Technologists, as demonstrated by such offices as past Secretary of the Computer Applications Committee, founder and Chair of the Emerging Scientific Interests Subcommittee, and-most recently-founder and Co-chair of the Subcommittee for Sustainable Development. He is also serving a three-year term on the ISBT Board of Directors, and has been presented with the ISBT "Best Paper" Award on two occasions, for papers addressing the environment and sustainable development.
Dan also serves on the Board-sponsored Public Health Committee of the Safe Water Network, which is a not-for-profit organization for which PepsiCo was a founding member, dedicated to providing sustainable community-level solutions to provide safe drinking water in developing economies. Bena is also on the Editorial Advisory Board of Food Safety Magazine, and has been an invited speaker to the Food Safety Summit and the Food Safety World Expo, both in Washington, DC. He has served as an Associate Referee for the International Commission on Uniform Methods in Sugar Analysis (ICUMSA), contributed monographs to the Food Chemicals Codex (FCC), and reviewed manuscripts for the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CODEX). Dan is also in the Water Core Working Group of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), and was a member of the Advisory Board for development of the WBCSD Water Resource Risk Tool, which was launched to great acclaim at Stockholm World Water Week in August of 2007.
Bena has spoken in many venues addressing Sustainable Development, including his most recent opening keynote address for the World Brewing Congress in August, 2008, and has authored chapters for several texts from CRC, Blackwell Science, and Marcel Dekker in the areas of water treatment and chemistry, sanitation and beverage production.
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Dan Bena,Director Sustainability, Health, Safety and Environment,PepsiCo International


ND-GAIN Press Releases | ND-GAIN

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Judges were Dan Bena, senior director of Sustainable Development and Outreach Operations, PepsiCo; Charlie Hough, vice president, Corporate Responsibility Strategy & Stakeholder Engagement, Novartis; Loren Labovitch, vice president and director of emerging markets, Hawksley Consulting; and Lisa Manley, executive vice president, Cone Communications.

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The judges for this year's prize include Dan Bena, PepsiCo; Nick Shufro, PricewaterhouseCoopers; Ryan Schuchard, Business for Social Responsibility; Aman Singh, Edelman; Lisa Manley, Edelman; Chris Walker, World Business Council for Sustainable Development; Peter Mulvaney, West Monroe Partners; Carolyn Woo, Catholic Relief Services; Charlie Hough, Novartis; Loren Labovitch, MWH Global; and Dethie S. Ndiaye, Centre Suivi Ecologique.


Team - Creative Visions

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Daniel Bena

Sustainable Development at PepsiCo.
Dan Bena is a man who believes in using the resources and reach of the private sector to make the world a better place, through genuine, strategic, and impactful partnerships that benefit business and society. He is currently the Head of Sustainable Development for PepsiCo, the world's second largest food and beverage company, which serves consumers in more countries and territories than the United Nations has members. Dan is a liaison between GovernmentAffairs, Public Policy, Communications and Operations to "connect the dots" for impact and develop advocacy and messaging to key stakeholder groups. He serves on the Public Health Committee of the Safe Water Network, dedicated to market-based, sustainable community level solutions to provide safe drinking water in developing economies; the Leadership Group of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD); and Steering Board of the International Finance Corporation's 2030 Water Resources Group Initiative. He formerly served on the Steering Committee of the United Nations CEO Mandate, and the Board of the International Society of Beverage Technologists. Most recently, Bena was elected to the Boards of the Washington-based US Water Alliance, and the Creative Visions Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to developing youth as agents of positive social change.
He represented PepsiCo as one of only three invitees by the Federal Ministries of Germany to speak about the Food:Water:Energy Nexus in preparation for Bonn 2011. He was honored to deliver the keynote address at the Farm to Fork Royal Gala in the presence of TRH Princess Madeleine and Prince Daniel of Sweden, and has spoken at over 100 venues which span the business, government, academic, and non-profit worlds. In July, 2012, he was one of four witnesses invited to provide testimony to the US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, Subcommittee on Water and Power. He was invited by the mayor of his city to serve on a new Sustainability Advisory Board to develop a forward-looking sustainability plan for the city, one of only three nationwide selected to pilot a new sustainability planning tool kit based on the successful PlaNYC for the City of New York. He recently published his first book, Sustain-Ability: How a Corporate Conscience Sustains a Company's Ability to Win, specifically to help other companies along their sustainability journeys. He lives in New York, USA with his wife, Diane.


SuperYou Board Members | SuperYouFUNDation

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Dan Bena

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Dan Bena
Dan Bena currently heads the Global Operations Sustainable Development agenda for PepsiCo, using the power of the private sector to help both business and society flourish. He serves/has served on the Public Health Committee of the Safe Water Network; the Leadership Group of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD); Steering Board of IFC's 2030 Water Resources Group; Steering Committee of the United Nations CEO Mandate; the Global Agenda Council on Water Security of the World Economic Forum; and the Board of the International Society of Beverage Technologists.
Bena recently completed a three-year term on the Board of the Washington-based US Water Alliance, and currently serves on the Board of the Creative Visions Foundation, a non-profit using media and the arts to develop agents of positive social change. Their signature program, called Rock Your World, engages middle and high school students in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and provides them the tools with which to become creative activists. Bena also serves on the Advisory Board of Artistic Circles, which produced the 2012 documentary, Water Pressures. In 2014, he was invited to serve on the Advisory Board of the Environmental Leader publications group, as well as the America's Water Initiative of the Earth Institute at Columbia University.
In 2015, Bena was selected as a mentor for the ThreeDotDash.org program of the We Are Family Foundation; a judge for the University of Notre Dame Corporate Adaptation Prize; and as an advisor to the social venture start-up, Keela. He delivered the keynote address at the Royal Gala in the presence of TRH Princess Madeleine and Prince Daniel of Sweden, and has spoken at over 100 venues which span the business, government, academic, and non-profit worlds. In 2013, he represented PepsiCo at the Our Food, Our Future Summit, in Dublin, Ireland, attended by the Prime Minister of Ireland and the Minister of Agriculture. In 2012, he was invited to provide testimony to the US Senate. In 2013, he keynoted the United Nations Youth Assembly to over 1,000 youth delegates from over 100 countries. In 2014, Bena received the Light Up the Night Award for youth advocacy and engagement. In 2015, Bena was invited by the President of the UN General Assembly to participate in a high-level panel on partnerships to advance the post-2015 Development agenda, and was named an Honorary Professor by Glasgow Caledonian University.

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