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Heart of Green embodies a passion for green, clean, and everything in between. Welcome! I began this web site in 2004 to share green stories and uplifting eco-conscious events that promote environmental awareness and have the potential to make a difference. There is a special place in my heart for redwood trees and animals of all kinds including tigers, lions, whales, elephants and more. Thank you for reading and for being a steward of our planet!

Nadine Weil
Heart of Green
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Nadine's Bio:
Nadine Weil is a former Silicon Valley executive turned environmental advocate. She served as the Vice-President of Special Projects for Previously, Nadine was the Director of Marketing for and the co-founder of Pathway Ventures, a strategic advisory firm for startups and venture capital firms in the Bay Area. Earlier in her career, Nadine worked as a management consultant at the LEK Partnership in Los Angeles, Milan, and London. She holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard University, where she won an award for her work for General Motors on electric vehicles.

Nadine is devoted to the causes of the environment, animals, and the arts. Through Heart of Green, she has co-chaired and hosted events for Global Green USA (Gorgeous & Green Gala co-chair 2005-2015), WildAid, U.N. World Environment Day, X Prize, Cradle to Cradle, Breathe California, Save the Redwoods League, NRDC, ForestEthics, Earth Island's Brower Youth Awards, Greenbelt Alliance, San Francisco Ballet, and many other organizations. She has also hosted local opening nights for the films "An Inconvenient Truth," "Who Killed The Electric Car," "The 11th Hour," and "Revenge of the Electric Car."

Nadine has been a featured guest on ABC Channel 7 for segments on conscious living. She is the recipient of both the California Clean Air Award in public awareness for Heart of Green and the President’s Service Award from Global Green. She was honored by the Harvard Business School Association as one of the top 100 female alumnae in the Bay Area at their W50 Gala. She is the former executive director of the Laney and Pasha Thornton Foundation and a philanthropic advisor to the Flora L. Thornton Foundation.

Despite her petite nature, Nadine is happiest when standing near 300-foot tall redwood trees and 600-pound tigers, both of which she hopes to play a role in saving. A native of the Bay Area, she is a former ballet dancer and speaks fluent Italian.