Chris Adamo is Vice President at Danone North America for federal and industry affairs, assisting the world’s largest B Corp with strengthening the role of business in driving social and environmental good.
Prior to this, Chris spent over a decade at the highest levels of the federal government working on issues related to agriculture, environment, and nutrition. He was the chief of staff for the White House Council on Environmental Quality from 2015 until 2017 where
he helped implement policy regarding climate change, sustainable agriculture, water, and wildlife. In 2017, he was a senior fellow at the National Wildlife Federation advising on a host of issues such as sustainable agriculture, climate change, natural resources, and water.
He has an undergraduate degree in economics and business from Kalamazoo College and a law degree from Vermont Law School.