Senior Director, Social Impact Carrier
Kori Recalde is Senior Director of Social Impact for Carrier, a leading global provider of HVAC, refrigeration, fire and security solutions. In this capacity, Kori leads Carrier’s global Social Impact Program, which is focused on sustainability, charitable giving and employee volunteerism.
Kori has nearly two decades of industry experience, including 12 years with United Technologies, where she served as Senior Director of Sustainability at United Technologies. In that role, she led initiatives focused on promoting sustainable buildings, aviation and transport refrigeration. Prior to joining the company, she was a senior consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton.
She holds a BA in Economics and Environmental Policy and Analysis from Boston University, Master of Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a Certificate in Project Management also from Boston University. Kori is a LEED Accredited Professional with Operations & Maintenance specialty. She earned her Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting Credential Level II Candidate, which is issued by the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board or SASB.
Carrier Global Corporation is a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies. Supported by the iconic Carrier name, the company is committed to making the world safer and more comfortable for generations to come through its industry-leading brands such as Carrier, Kidde, Edwards, LenelS2 and Automated Logic. For more information, visit www.Corporate.Carrier.com or follow us on social media at @Carrier.
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