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Food and Finance: financing more resilient supply chains

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Jun 25, 2020 02:29 PM

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Diane Holdorf
Managing Director, Food & Nature @World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
Diane Holdorf is the managing director of Food & Nature at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), based in Geneva, Switzerland. Before joining WBCSD, Holdorf was the vice president, chief sustainability officer for Kellogg Company. She was recognised as a Maize and Wheat Super Women by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center as part of the United Nations’ International Women’s Day in 2015. Holdorf received her bachelor’s degree in public communications and in German from Syracuse University. She also completed the executive MBA program at the University of St. Thomas.
Andrew Griffiths
Head of Value Chain Sustainability @Nestlé’s. UK&I
Andy is head of value chain sustainability for Nestlé’s UK&I businesses, responsible for the development and delivery of the environmental sustainability strategy both within the operation and across the value chain. He has worked for Nestlé UK&I for over 20 years, originally in operational and engineering roles. He is both a chartered environmentalist and IEMA fellow, as well as a chartered engineer (IET). He is focussed on bringing together the engineering expertise, operational experience and environmental insights of the organisation alongside collaborative partnerships with academia and key delivery partners to develop and implement robust and effective sustainability programmes. Andy co-developed the LENs (Landscape Enterprise Network model) with 3Keel, to enable effective shared interest investment, at scale, into the regeneration of multifunctional landscapes.
Hans Loth
Global Head UN Environment Partnership @Rabobank
Hans Loth is global head UN environment partnership at Rabobank. He is responsible for building and managing the bank’s new strategic partnership, which is a keystone in the bank’s global environmental work. Before taking up his current position, Hans fulfilled various general management and strategy roles within the Rabobank Group. Most recently, he was director strategy & business change for Rabobank Indonesia, where he was responsible for developing and implementing a new strategy for the bank in this key Asian market. Before that, Hans worked with Rabobank Foundation, as well as Rabobank's corporate banking team, through which he developed a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities of global food value chains – “from Farm to Fork". Hans started his career an international mergers and acquisitions lawyer at a private law firm.