Eva Musso is an environment and sustainability professional. A dedicated public servant, Eva has worked in environmental policy and programs at the Ontario government, including developing and leading a successful workplace sustainability program at a large institution. That program covered everything from staff engagement and behavior change, to operational changes such as LEED building practices, green power, and waste diversion in buildings. The program was recognized by the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario and received additional local awards. Eva also worked with the federal government on sustainability during the G20 in Toronto and the G7 in Muskoka, Ontario. Outside of government, Eva has taught sustainability at Seneca College, spoken at conferences and events, worked with restaurants to reduce their waste through a social venture, and been an active board member and volunteer at varied environmental, health and sustainable fashion organizations. Eva has a degree in Environmental Studies from York University, and a masterís degree in Geography from the University of Toronto.