Chief Executive Officer
“At SSC we believe that sustainability is the key to achieving long-term business goals as well as maintaining a healthy planet for our people and our resources.”
Tara Radzinski, cofounder and CEO of Sustainable Solutions Corporation, has over 20 years of financial and operational planning experience. Over the last 10 years, Tara’s efforts have resulted in SSC’s year over year growth and consistent improvement of internal processes. Through her design and implementation of systems and operating procedures, SSC offers ever-improving customer service and efficiency. Tara also plays an integral role in fostering the company’s community connections by coordinating support of local charities and volunteer programs.
The development of a purpose-filled work environment is a chief goal of Tara’s governance of Sustainable Solutions Corporation. Her commitment to meeting company expectations while fostering employee success has resulted in increased employee retention and the creation of an enjoyable and inspiring workplace. Recognized for her champion efforts by SmartCEO Magazine in 2015, Tara was honored in the Corporate Culture Awards for building one of Philadelphia’s Top Company Cultures. Tara prides herself on SSC’s embodiment of its core values: quality, integrity and innovation, and this award truly recognizes the hard work and cutting-edge work that defines SSC’s culture.
Sustainable Solutions Corporation has achieved national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), an organization chartered to enhance and promote procurement opportunities for woman-owned businesses. Tara frequently speaks to groups of women business owners to share her success story and provide inspiration in defining and achieving compelling goals.
Tara has a degree in Education from Pennsylvania State University. During the last 20 years she has served as an accountant clerk, responsible for a $1 million budget, and as the Tax Collector of Royersford Borough, Pennsylvania, responsible for collecting $10 million over a four year period.