Jennifer V. Orgolini
Panelist, On Small Business

Jenn Orgolini started on the bottling line at New Belgium Brewing Company over 18 years ago. She became NBB’s first Chief Financial Officer and later became the Chief Operating Officer. As the Director of Sustainability and Strategic Development her responsibilities include the sustainability management system, corporate responsibility reporting, greenhouse gas accounting, natural resource management, legislative advocacy, philanthropy, public/private renewable energy partnerships, strategic planning, and property development. Jenn’s a collaborator and a connector, creating opportunities to expand New Belgium’s business role model practices both within and without the brewery. She’s active on the Boards of the Colorado Conservation Voters, Colorado State University’s Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Enterprise and the Steering Committee for the American Sustainable Business Council.

In 2011, New Belgium Brewing celebrates 20 years of innovative brewing and culture. NBB, makers of Fat Tire Amber Ale, Ranger IPA and a host of Belgian-inspired beers is the country’s 3rd largest craft brewery. They are considered one of America’s Top Places to Work (Outside Magazine), one of the most democratic Workplaces in America (WorldBlu) and a Platinum level Bicycle Friendly Business (League of American Bicyclists).

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2011 growth aided by smart government regulations

To us, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and Colorado’s oil and gas drilling rules, as well as other safeguards, ensure people will continue to come.