Andreas Souvaliotis

Founder of Green Rewards and later AIR MILES for Social Change, the world's first national environmental and healthy lifestyle incentive programs. His achievements in influencing and rewarding behaviour change on a mass scale have been recognized by global social responsibility leaders, including The Prince of Wales.

As a leading social entrepreneur in Canada, Andreas writes and speaks across the country about social change and innovation as well as the emerging shared-value model. He was trained twice by former US Vice President and Nobel laureate Al Gore and he chairs the national advisory committee on climate change for WWF Canada. He also chairs the advisory board of the Centre for Responsible Leadership at Smith School of Business and serves on several other academic and non-profit boards.

He is a very active member of the Young Presidents' Organization, where he has served as national membership chair for Canada and chair of the Toronto chapter. He holds a MBA degree from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Brandon University.