Chief of Protocol and Investor Relations
Elizabeth Montoya is Rubicon’s Chief of Protocol and Investor Relations, leading communications to Rubicon’s investors and its board of directors. Montoya also oversees thought leadership strategy with key corporate partners, including the Wharton School’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership (IGEL), the United Nations Global Compact, and B Lab, which governs B Corporation Certification, among others. Montoya is the co-author of the RUBICONMethod™, Rubicon’s six-step guide to successful recycling and waste reduction.
Montoya also holds a seat on Rubicon’s Board of Directors.
In 2015, Montoya became Rubicon’s first Vice President of Investor Relations. Prior to leading investor relations, Montoya served as Rubicon’s first Director of Corporate and Social Responsibility, through which she led sustainability initiatives and corporate social responsibility programs internally and for Rubicon customers. During this period, Montoya also managed press relations and marketing, and led Rubicon’s successful effort to become a Certified B Corporation in 2012.
Before joining Rubicon in 2011, Montoya was Director of Programs and Communications at the Humanities Council of Washington, DC, prior to which she was Education Program Planner at the U.S. Green Building Council.
Montoya earned a B.F.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an M.T.A. from The George Washington University School of Business, and she received a certificate from the Wharton School’s Environmental Sustainability Leadership Program.
- Humanities Council
- U.S. Green Building Council