BusinessGreen recognizes the Mars Global Sustainability Director for leading the company’s sustainable sourcing strategy
Virginia, USA, (10 April, 2015) – Leading sustainability publication BusinessGreen has named Kate Wylie, Global Sustainability Director at Mars, one of “30 Women Shaping Sustainable Business.”
The article, also shared on the GreenBiz website, notes Kate’s work in leading the development of Mars’ sustainable sourcing strategy, including recently working with Danone to launch a £79m ($86.1 million) fund to boost the productivity of small farmers.
Other women in the list include Google’s global datacenter sustainability program head Joyce Dickerson, Unilever’s global advocacy manager Hannah Hislop, Nike’s chief sustainability officer and vice president of innovation Hannah Jones and WWF ambassador Deborah Meadon.
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