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Kendall Starkman

Lonely Whale
Director of Strategic Initiatives
Kendall Starkman is the director of strategic initiatives at award-winning Lonely Whale. In her role, she leads the implementation of Lonely Whale’s initiatives with corporate partners, with a focus on NextWave Plastics, a consortium of companies committed to keeping plastic in the economy and out of our ocean by integrating ocean-bound plastic into their products. Kendall convenes existing members, propels ongoing collaboration, spearheads member meetings, strengthens the network of ocean-bound plastic suppliers and supports inter-member collaboration and member use case management to drive forward innovation and near-term impact for our oceans. 
 
Previously, Kendall worked on climate adaptation and resilience, where she assisted clients across a multitude of industries navigate the complexities of understanding and planning for the impact of climate change. She co-founded the American Society of Adaptation Professionals’ Bay Area Hub and has presented at the California and Great Lakes Adaptation Forums. Kendall has a Masters of Environmental Management from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.