Sustainable business ,
collective climate action
The University of Hull,
University of Copenhagen
Sami Grover is Brand Development Manager at The Redwoods Group and a professional communicator who has unsuccessfully been trying to solve the climate crisis since his teens. He’s the author of the forthcoming book "We Are All Climate Hypocrites Now: How Embracing Our Imperfections Can Unlock the Power of a Movement" (September 2021). He also has an unhealthy obsession with human waste and what we should be doing with it.
Sami Grover is a writer, environmental do-gooder, and Brand Development Manager for The Redwoods Group – a certified B Corp and mission-aligned insurance partner to community organizations like the YMCA, JCC, Boys & Girls Clubs, and camps. Previously, as Creative Director at The Change Creation, Sami worked with clients including Larry’s Beans, Burt's Bees, Canaan Fair Trade, and Jada Pinkett Smith/Overbrook Entertainment.
Sami is the author of the forthcoming book "We Are All Climate Hypocrites Now: How Embracing Our Imperfections Can Unlock the Power of a Movement." (September 2021)
Sami Grover attended the University of Hull, earning an Honors Bachelor's degree in German and Scandinavian Studies. He also attended the University of Copenhagen for Scandinavian studies, Danish, Finnish, German.
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