Margaret Morey-Reuner is a 20-year marketing leader who specializes in strategic planning and communications. She brings extensive experience in the development of global brand campaigns focused on building awareness for product and corporate sustainability initiatives that drive economic, environmental and social impacts for key stakeholder groups. Margaret is the director of marketing for portfolio brands at Quality Bicycle Products. Previously, she was a member of Timberland’s global brand marketing organization for 10 years, leading the launch of its Nature Needs Heroes campaigns and Earthkeepers footwear and apparel product launches. She also led Timberland’s award-winning Haiti-based sustainable agroforestry collaborative and social enterprise model that benefits a 3,000+ member smallholder farmer cooperative through for-profit tree nurseries, agricultural export markets, and rural farm businesses. The program’s non-profit community development arm, the Smallholder Farmers Alliance, aids reforestation, literacy, and environmental education.
Margaret currently serves on the board of directors for Impact Farming and Big City Mountaineers. She has also served as a panelist/presenter at Ethical Corporation Responsible Business Summit; Sustainable Brands; and US Chamber of Commerce Circular Economy conferences. She was also a member of the Clinton Foundation’s “No Ceilings” Delegation to Haiti. Margaret earned both a Masters of Sports Administration and Bachelor of Science in Sport Sciences from Ohio University.