Frank O’Brien-Bernini is senior vice president and chief sustainability officer of Owens Corning, a world leader in insulation, roofing and fiberglass composites.

His role encompasses global accountability for Owens Corning’s sustainability strategy development and implementation, including: operations sustainability/environmental, health and safety (EH&S); product and supply chain sustainability; building science; corporate medical/wellness; product stewardship and toxicology; and the company’s science and technology center in Granville, Ohio.

Mr. O’Brien-Bernini’s contributions to sustainability, as well as his engaging depth and breadth on this subject, have made him a frequent guest speaker at major energy forums, global executive and industry conferences, and a regular media spokesperson on the topics of global sustainability and energy efficiency. He has addressed conferences organized by Fortune, The Economist, Forbes, the American Wind Energy Association, The World Bank, the US Green Building Council, the Conference Board, the Department of Energy, APEC, the Ohio Governor’s Energy Summit, the National Association of Home Builders and Front End Innovation as well as forums organized by academic institutions including Harvard, Yale and Dartmouth. . He also has been quoted in best selling sustainability books, the New York Times, MIT Sloan Management Review, Consumer Reports, leading building industry publications and has appeared on the Discovery Channel’s Planet Green and PBS - WGTE's Deadline Now.

O’Brien-Bernini currently serves on several boards and is the founding President and Chair of the RESNET Suppliers Advisory Board.

He earned both a bachelor's degree in science and a master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Massachusetts, where his research focus was solar energy.