Joan Krajewski is a leader and manager of global product environmental and safety compliance, electromagnetic compatibility/radio frequency, employee safety, sustainability, and supply chain social accountability programs for hardware and packaging business groups. She also directs teams of specialists and auditors, responsible for supporting these areas in EMEA, Asia, and the Americas. Her former career as an attorney spans private practice as a partner representing energy, transportation and real estate clients and work in-house at Microsoft Corporation, American Airlines, Inc. and Pacific Gas & Electric Company.
Joan participates in and leads ICT industry activities that seek to expand the sustainability potential of electronic and software products. Her work is featured in the book "Saving the World at Work" by Tim Sanders. She chaired the Steering Committee that sponsored the SMART 2020 - U.S. Addendum Report, a groundbreaking analysis of information and communication technology's ability to enable the U.S. transformation to a low carbon economy, and the GeSI report, Evaluating the Carbon-Reducing Impacts of ICT, which establishes a framework for assessing the climate change mitigation impacts of ICT. Joan also serves on the International Program Committee for CARE Innovations, the world's largest symposium devoted to the creation of green electronics. In 2005, she was elected to the Fellows of the American Bar Association for service to the legal community.