Todd Flora has joined EcoMotion as Director of Business Development in California. With a clear passion for clean tech and environmental reforms, Flora is eager to apply his expertise in government, corporate, and non-profit organizations to EcoMotion’s mission. “EcoMotion is ideally positioned to have a greater and greater impact, creating economic and environmental value for cities, corporations, and campuses as they green their operations and outlooks,” said Flora.
Ted Flanigan, EcoMotion’s Executive Director, welcomes Flora to the team: “Todd is a passionate and talented professional who recognizes EcoMotion’s value proposition and will be an asset to our team.” Educated at the University of Richmond, with a master’s degree from George Washington University, Flora began his career in Sacramento working for Lieutenant Governor Gray Davis. Most recently, he spent six years at IBM as Manager of Corporate Citizenship. Twice he worked for Edelman Public Relations Worldwide. A Santa Monica resident, he serves on the Board of Directors of Heal the Bay.
EcoMotion’s mission is the cost-effective greening of cities, corporations, and campuses. Flora will be responsible for reaching out to these market segments, focusing on client needs, sustainable development regulations, while promoting EcoMotion lectures, study tours, and the EcoNet network of individuals and organizations taking eco-actions every day for individual and collective benefit.