All too often there is pressure associated with living a sustainable lifestyle. In this workshop we'll have an open conversation about what triggers perfection paralysis, and you'll leave with actionable steps to make living sustainably a habit instead of a burden.
Megan McSherry is a second year Master's student in USC's Global Supply Chain Management program. She has run a sustainable fashion and lifestyle blog, ACTEEVISM, since high school and is passionate about environmental justice and intersectional feminism. Her motto "progress, not perfection" informs everything about the way she approaches sustainability, and her goal is to inspire businesses and individuals to do the best they can with what they have.
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