Fashion conglomerate, Kontoor Brands, has announced that they have appointed Mame Annan-Brown as its Global Head of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG).
Annan-Brown will oversee Kontoor's ESG Council, which comprises the company's worldwide leadership, and will spearhead strategy, integration, reporting, and engagement throughout the Company's global ESG activities.
The company said the council will strive to build a core ESG framework and roadmap for Kontoor's ESG vision, as well as prioritize and suggest policies, practices, and disclosures that align with the strategy.
She will also continue to be in charge of worldwide communications and public affairs, overseeing all elements of global corporate communications, government relations, global philanthropy, and charitable giving.
Annan-Brown has almost two decades of experience working with ESG and sustainable investing with organizations such as the World Bank Group and JPMorgan Chase.
Scott Baxter, President, CEO, and Chair of the Board for Kontoor Brands, said that ESG is important to their goal and continuing success as a responsible and sustainable organization. They‘re thrilled to have someone of Mame's caliber and expertise join their team to help them further integrate ESG at Kontor. Her strong leadership and commitment to these vital problems make her an excellent match for this position.
Annan-Brown added that building a robust ESG strategy is not only the right thing to do now, but it will help secure Kontoor's success – and the prosperity of their shareholders – for years to come. She is honored to be able to collaborate with their excellent staff to better integrate ESG into their strategic vision.
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