Matthew Wasserman is a New Products & Sustainability Executive with 25 years of consumer products, non-profit, municipal, and B2B experience. He is a chemical engineer by degree, and his expertise is in leading efforts to develop strategies and products that push boundaries, drive efficiencies, and deliver on organizational goals. He was most recently the VP of Innovation and Sustainability at Sabert (a food packaging company). Prior to Sabert, he spent 15 years in a similar role at Church & Dwight. At the local level, Mr. Wasserman served as chair of the Princeton Environmental Commission for 5 years and is cofounder and president of a sustainability non-profit, Sustainable Princeton, which brings together residents, industry, the municipality, and other key stakeholders to develop action plans for a better future. Sustainable Princeton is currently developing Princeton’s first ever Climate Action Plan! He joined Isles Board of Trustees in January 2018.