About Good.Lab

An ESG Data Company

Our Purpose

At Good.Lab, we’re passionate about creating a more equitable and sustainable economy. We want to help you do the same by unlocking the value of your Environmental, Social, and Governance Data.

Sustainability has become the next durable competitive advantage. Companies are increasingly evaluated on a long-term commitment to delivering positive outcomes in their communities, on the environment, and to their workers, customers and shareholders. We provide strategy, consulting and software solutions, helping companies like yours supercharge their ESG performance by making their data actionable and smart and building improvement plans.

We transform our clients’ ESG data reporting engine to deliver actionable insights to management, reliable data to investors, and transparent data to customers.

Our ESG Impact

Good.Lab was founded with a mission to create a more equitable and sustainable economy. We’re working on driving our own ESG impact while helping mid-market companies achieve the same.


1% for the Planet

We proudly give over 1% of our annual revenue to approved environmental partners as a member of One Percent for the Planet.


Certified B Corp

We are a B Corporation™ since 2022 and part of a community of mission-driven companies that balance purpose and profit.

Impact Business Model

Our services and solutions are designed to help companies advance on ESG impact and deliver measurably improved stakeholder outcomes.

Our ESG Journey

We’re on our own ESG journey, having conducted a materiality and risk assessment, with plans to set targets to improve our ESG performance.

We want to help you become an ESG leader.

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Good.Lab is changing the way companies think about their ESG data. Our solutions supercharge sustainability teams to drive data-enabled transformation.
Andries Verschelden Co-founder & CEO

Meet Our Team


Andries Verschelden
Co-founder & CEO

Andries Verschelden

Co-founder & CEO

Andries has had a variety of consulting and management roles throughout his career. He has worked with fast-scaling clients across three continents. Prior to founding Good.Lab, Andries led the blockchain practice at Armanino, a top 20 public accounting firm, was CEO at The Brenner Group, a boutique Silicon Valley financial services firm, and was a partner at Moore Stephens in Shanghai. He started his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Andries holds his B.S. in International Politics from Ghent University in Belgium, an MBA from Binghamton University and founded and participated in the Moore Comprehensive Executive Leadership Program at Harvard Business School.

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Liam Bossi
Co-founder & Chief Product Officer

Liam Bossi

Co-founder & Chief Product Officer

Liam is a purpose-driven leader with nearly 20 years of experience across Strategy, Sustainability, and Operations. His experience connects macro, big-picture creative thinking in strategic planning & innovation with detailed execution in engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain. Over the course of his career, Liam has consulted on supply chain & ESG issues with leaders in the apparel, automotive, electronics, and chemical industries.

Liam holds his B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering, both from MIT, and has completed Executive Education courses in finance, business development, and innovation at Stanford and New York University. 

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Ted Grozier
Ted Grozier
Chief Sustainability Officer

Ted Grozier

Chief Sustainability Officer

Ted is a consultant and project manager who is expert at turning ESG innovation into business success. He was an Engagement Manager at GreenOrder, the pioneering consulting firm that Fortune called the “go-to guys for green business.”

He also served as Flagship Manager for EIT Climate-KIC, the European Union’s largest climate innovation initiative, in Berlin, Germany, where he lived for eight years. Ted is a Harvard engineer with an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

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Mia Farber
Vice President of Marketing

Mia Farber

Vice President of Marketing

Mia is a marketing and communications executive with a track record of building market visibility and demand for fast-growing software companies. She is experienced in leading global teams to develop and execute creative and strategic marketing and aligning sales and marketing for success.

Mia has served in the U.S. Peace Corps and with several leading Silicon Valley technology companies to advance their sustainability efforts. She holds her B.S. in Sociology from Wellesley College and an MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.

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Jarom Prestwich
Head of Engineering

Jarom Prestwich

Head of Engineering

Jarom is an experienced technical leader with over a decade of expertise in software engineering across technologies, industries, and markets. His entrepreneurial mindset has led him to multiple SaaS startups where he spearheaded software development from the initial build stage through to high-growth and scale.

Over the course of his career, Jarom has developed a keen understanding of how to distill product needs into effective solutions and empower teams of engineers to deliver value quickly for customers while maintaining a high level of quality and trust. Jarom holds a degree in Information Systems from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University.

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Crystal Grainger
Vice President of Revenue

Crystal Grainger

Vice President of Revenue

Crystal is a sales and operations leader with 10+ years’ experience building successful revenue organizations. Her career began in the investment services industry and has included leading revenue strategy at notable companies, including with The Allstate Corporation, alongside several software founders, and as a two-time startup founder herself. 

Crystal believes that like a successful ESG product, a revenue organization should always start with transparency. Crystal holds her B.A. in Political Science, with an emphasis on Environmental Policy and Economics, from the University of Oregon and currently lives in Portland with her husband and English Bulldog, Penny. 

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Our Consultants Bring Deep Expertise from Across Industries

Our services and solutions are designed to help your company become a top ESG performer by developing and executing a strategic improvement roadmap. Our experts bring expertise from across sustainability leaders and policymakers, from Fortune 500 to academia and the non-profit sector.



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Environmental, Social and, Governance has become today’s business imperative.

Five years ago, a static annual sustainability report may have been enough. Today, ESG is essential to your company’s bottom line: executive compensation is increasingly tied to these metrics and your investors and customers are paying closer attention than ever to real-time ESG signals.

  • Public companies are committed to ESG disclosure.

    90% of S&P 500 index companies published sustainability reports in 2019 up from 20% in 2011.

    G&A Report

  • Governments and industries increasingly mandate ESG.

    ESG reporting requirements for public companies now include over 400 sustainability instruments in 64 countries.

    Carrot & Stick report

  • Asset managers see ESG criteria as a fundamental priority.

    Larry Fink, CEO Blackrock predicts that by 2025 all investors will be using ESG metrics.

    See metrics

Wherever your company is on its ESG journey,

Good.Lab can help your team

Harness your ESG data for improvement

Go beyond basic ESG reporting

Monitor internal and external ESG data signals

Supercharge your ESG performance

What does ESG mean?

Environmental, Social, and [corporate] Governance refers to the three central factors in measuring the sustainability and societal impact of investment in a company or business. These criteria help to better decide the future financial performance of companies and are considered essential data by the investment community.

Why does ESG matter?

ESG matters because it gives investors more information to build portfolios aligned with their values, and also helps push for change. In this paradigm, companies are held more accountable for their actions and challenged to improve. There is growing evidence that companies managing their ESG issues well achieve better financial outcomes.

Why is ESG reporting challenging?

Most companies do not have a centralized ability to collect, analyze and report ESG data. Further, the sheer volume of data can take many forms and requires collection from countless internal and external data points. The type and breadth of data needed and requested is constantly in flux. A company’s operations and supply chain – and also external data points, such as press coverage, consumer behavior, and product recalls – can have an impact. The faster you can analyze the data, the faster your company can course-correct. Analyzing data coming from social media, news, IOT devices at factories, etc. quickly becomes a significant problem. It requires near-constant analysis to ensure there is no drift in ESG performance or consumer perception on ESG performance.

What if I already have ESG software?

We can work with that! ESG reporting software enables investors to customize questionnaires and data collection to ensure they are collecting the right data. After collection, your software should enable you to aggregate consistent, comparable and accurate ESG performance data from across your operations. We recognize that our customers are already using legacy software based on careful selection and implementation. Whatever ERP and databases you currently run, we will assess your overall data landscape and suggest solutions and integrations to address functional gaps.

Ready for measurable ESG results and a clear path to improvement?

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