With over 30 years of practical experience, Tad Radzinski is a leading expert in corporate responsibility and environmental management. Through consulting, training and speaking, he has provided hundreds of organizations the insight and real-world tools to revolutionize their business through critically aligned sustainability strategies.

Tad, co-founder and president of Sustainable Solutions Corporation (SSC), provides consultative services to companies in a wide range of global industries. Tad is an adjunct professor at Villanova University, teaching graduate classes in Principles of Sustainable Development, Sustainable Manufacturing, Advanced Life Cycle Assessment and Introduction to Sustainable Product Design, and Sustainable Buildings and Operations. Tad was instrumental in the development of Villanova’s Master of Science Degree in Sustainable Engineering. He also serves as the Chief Certification Officer at GreenCircle Certified, LLC, providing third-party verification of environmental claims.

Formerly the EPA’s Waste Minimization Program National Expert, Tad has been a trusted advisor for Fortune 500 companies including Sony, Unilever, Merck, Stanley Black & Decker, Textron, Saint-Gobain, Waste Management, Crown Holdings, and Harley-Davidson. Tad understands the growing need for companies to generate value in an increasingly complex marketplace. He delivers the framework to utilize corporate responsibility to implement proactive change, lead your industry, and ensure the long-term success of your business.

Tad was recently named to the Board of Directors for the International Society of Sustainability Professionals. As a board member, Tad will collaborate with other members of this elite organization to provide strategic direction and education.

“Tad is an expert in the Sustainability Industry, as a strategist, consultant, educator and author. His most admirable trait is "integrity". Beyond a doubt, working with Tad, I always know that his work is executed with precision that can only come from a consummate professional.”

Rosemary McAvoy, CEO,
Alternative Fuels Renewable Energy Council