5 Questions + 10 Minutes + One Vision for a Positive Future
From designing connected, sustainable value chains to reimagining manufacturing and rethinking cities, this week the World Economic Forum’s Davos agenda highlights the urgency of better business for a positive future. In that spirit, we are pleased to introduce our new 2021 executive interview series, Five-in-Ten.
Throughout the year, the video series will highlight leading voices in the global circular economy space sharing their perspective on organizational strategy, innovation, policy-making and better business by responding to five questions within ten minutes.
Danielle Azoulay, vice president of sustainability and CSR for L’Oreal USA, joins us for the first episode to shed light on how growing consumer preference for environmentally and socially conscious products is ushering in a new era of product innovation for personal care.
As part of her role, Danielle oversees the implementation of L’Oréal’s global sustainability program, L’Oréal for the Future, which addresses environmental and social impacts across L’Oréal’s value chain. Prior to joining L’Oréal USA, Danielle established the environmental sustainability program at Marc Jacobs International and worked on supply chain sustainability issues at PVH.
Throughout her career, Danielle has developed and executed sustainability strategies to reduce supply chain impacts, drive positive change upstream, create business value, and increase stakeholder engagement. Specifically, Danielle has designed and implemented goal-oriented programs for impact areas such as responsible chemicals management, waste management, carbon emissions, water quality, and more. Danielle has an M.A. in Environmental Conservation and Education from New York University where she focused her studies on climate change impacts to consumer products companies.