L’Oréal Canada creates new leadership role: Chief Sustainability & Human Rights Officer

L’Oréal Canada creates new leadership role: Chief Sustainability & Human Rights Officer

THE WHAT? L’Oréal Canada has announced the creation of a new leadership role, as part of its mission to transition to a more responsible and sustainable business model. The French beauty giant’s Canadian arm named Maya Colombani as Chief Sustainability & Human Rights Officer.

THE DETAILS Colombani has enjoyed a 20-year-long career at L’Oréal, holding numerous leadership positions, most recently as Sustainability & Human Rights Director for Brazil. In her new role, she is charged with increasing the unit’s positive footprint internally and externally in terms of sustainable value chain transformation.

“I am thrilled to be part of L’Oréal Canada and contribute to its commitment towards three key areas – nature, people and business transformation,” said Maya Colombani. “I am looking forward to help position L’Oréal Canada as a catalyst of change by engaging all our value chain, ecosystem and beyond in this transformation. As a leader, we have the responsibility to never stop innovating and improving our impact in order to bring value to our society.”

THE WHY? An Verhulst-Santos, President & CEO, revealed, “With the creation of this new strategic role, we have placed social and environmental performance at the heart of our commitment. We want to act in favor of responsible beauty and move faster towards our mission of creating the Beauty that moves the world.

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