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Using Recycling as a Sustainability Model

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My guest will be Jacob Smith.  Jacob is CEO and Principle Recycling Campaign Trainer at Sac (Service and Commodities) Holdings Inc.  Incorporate in 2011 Sac is an international training and development corporation dedicated to enhancing the environmental footprint of corporations, small business, non-profit organizations, universities, community colleges, or schools through 1) recycling campaign training and 2) eco-friendly real estate development and construction management.  Jacob’s primary responsibility is to facilitate the company’s recycling campaigns and corporate vision and strategies.

Prior to Sac Holdings Inc., Jacob was Corporate Vision Strategist of Streetology Production’s Inc, an entertainment production service and online television corporation. He has facilitated numerous production coordination functions with high-performance teams across various entertainment and non-profit lines, resulting in an “Emmy Award Nomination,” “Bronze Apple Award,” “Vision Award,” “Sidney Award” in Media ,and a “Reebok Human Rights Award Nomination”, for his Human Rights Services.

Jacob  is a senior executive with a 15 + year track record and has co-raised capital for various organizations like the “P.E.A.C.E. Project,” “Children of War Youth Organization” and “Andrew Goodman Foundation.”  He was featured in the “Your Dreams Can Come True” book on hope, perseverance, and triumph, “L Patrick Mellon Mentorship Program” with the “NAMIC” organization, and “Facing History and Ourselves Speaker’s Bureau,“ discussing modern day civil rights issues.”

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