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UPS has hired Suzanne Lindsay-Walker to work as its chief sustainability officer and vice president of environmental affairs.

A 20 year veteran of the engineering, supply chain and sustainability leadership industries, Lindsay-Walker will work to ensure the company’s compliance with environmental laws and regulations, and will oversee the attainment of UPS’s sustainability goals to reduce the use of carbon-based fuels. 

“The project engineering experience and sustainability knowledge Suzanne brings to the UPS team is impressive,” says Rhonda Clark, president, corporate plant engineering, UPS. “She has held important leadership roles at three other widely recognized brands – creating and leading their sustainability programs, designing commercial facilities and fostering customer and employee engagement. We are excited to have Suzanne at UPS helping us continue to make progress on UPS’s 2020 and 2025 sustainability goals.”

Most recently, Lindsay-Walker served as director of sustainability at Brambles USA. She oversaw the company’s North America sustainability strategy and key customer engagements. Lindsay-Walker also was responsible for driving adoption of low carbon technologies as well as the company’s sustainability internal engagement program.

Prior to working for Brambles, Lindsay-Walker spent five years at The Kroger Company’s first director of sustainability.