Veronique Choa Pittman

First Name: 
Veronique Choa
Last Name: 
Pittman

 

Veronique Choa Pittman

Environmentalist, Writer, Designer, Eco-entrepreneur

Veronique Pittman

Véronique Pittman serves as the Information architecture designer, editor, and moderator of the GSA web platform and is mother of two school-age children. She is an activist in the areas of sustainable schools, indigenous rights, biodiversity conservation, green technologies, discovery learning, and women's reproductive health. A writer for the Huffington Post, Veronique has covered diverse issues nationally and internationally. In an effort to support sustainable enterprise in less-developed countries, she has helped launch companies including Rainforest Native, which imports fair-trade ecological products from the Amazon rainforest (now supported by Global Goods Partners), and Casa Dragones Tequila. Veronique serves as a trustee of The Rainforest Foundation LessCancer.orgGlobal Goods Partners and Round Hill Hotels and Villas. She is on the Bedford 2020 Waste & Recycling Task Force, Audubon's Rachel Carson Awards Council and a sponsor of the American Museum of Natural History. Graphic designer by trade (Hachette Filippachi, New Media Group, Sasaki Associates, Pandamonium), chef (Biba), and mountaineer, she strives to connect creative, resourceful individuals to each other, to their communities, to their environments.