Valley Forge Fabric's Diana Dobin Moderates Sustainability Panel During BDNY 2019

October 29, 2019

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. --  President & Chief Sustainability Officer Diana Dobin of Valley Forge Fabric Inc., a supplier for the hospitality industry, will moderate a panel at BDNY in New York City on Nov. 10: Eco-Friendly Design: Making A Sustainable Difference as an Industry. 

“This sustainability discussion is not the run-of-the-mill panel that reiterates the things our industry already knows and does in regards to sustainability," Dobin says in a statement. "We will not be talking about the low-hanging fruit that many hotels have embraced like recycling programs as well as environmental design decisions like using recycled content and efficient HVAC systems."

Diana Dobin will moderate a panel discussion on sustainability during BDNY.

"This panel goes deeper and explores the unique personalized approach to sustainability that is being driven by today’s consumers and is reflected through special-sustainable-strategic-design choices."

The panel discussion from 2:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. on Nov. 10 will include Stephen Brockman, senior principal, Deborah Berke & Partners; Julie Frank, senior vice president of design, Highgate; Lara Shortall, director, A&D solutions MindClick; and Audra Tuskes, vice president of design, NeueHouse
Hospitality Design.

The panel meets at a signature-design space called The Enchanted Forest, booth 2339,  which will show the global impact of using recycled materials and finishes.

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