Colin Tetreault

Global Sports Scholar, Arizona State University

Colin Tetreault is an accomplished sustainability business, policy, and senior scholar practitioner.

Colin serves as Principal for S2 Consulting, LLC, an innovation-driven sustainability and management consulting firm. Colin drives revenue & sparks innovation, mitigates & manages risk, and advances brands & causes. Select clients include US Foods, PetSmart, Intel, Starbucks, Cox Enterprises, Competitor Group, and various government partners.

Colin is the Chair of the City of Phoenix’s Environmental Quality and Sustainability Commission. As the ranking appointed citizen official in the state focused on sustainability, Colin serves an impactful board of senior executive leadership and community changemakers to advance the region in a nonpartisan and outcomes focused manner.

Colin has served as the Senior Policy Advisor of Sustainability to Mayor Stanton of Phoenix, Arizona; the highest appointed sustainability position in the state of Arizona. Colin oversaw the development and execution of all policy transforming the 5th largest city in the nation.

Colin actively leads international and domestic civic organizations. As a Founding Director for Carbon Roots International, Colin acts as an advocate for economic development and sustainability in Haiti. Working to advance a globally connected, smart and sustainable world, Colin serves as an Advisor to the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers and the AZ Inst. for Digital Progress.

Colin leads sports industry sustainability by serving clients such as Major League Baseball and NASCAR.

Colin currently serves Senior Sustainability Scholar & Global Sports Scholar – focusing on: business & sustainability strategy; national energy & environmental policy; entrepreneurship & smart cities; “resource” & circular economies – at ASU’s School of Sustainability.

Colin is recognized as a “40 under 40” by the Phoenix Business Journal, TED Speaker, and served as the Chairman of the Final Four 2017 Sustainability Committee.