EcoVadis international advisory board, bringing together CSR and Supply Chain experts, is instrumental in helping EcoVadis make the right choices in terms of methodology and governance.
Jacqueline Aloisi de Larderel - Board Member - Global Reporting Initiative
Jacqueline has promoted environment for 30 years in government and international organisations. Former Assistant executive Director United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Jacqueline held senior positions in French Ministry for the Environment. Degrees in chemistry and pharmacology; MBA from INSEAD.
Professor Bruel- Chairman HEC Supply Chain Msc.
Olivier has 20 years of experience in Supply Chain and Procurement. He is the author of recognized books and academic research projects on the impact of Sustainable Development on purchasing. O. Bruel graduated from HEC.
John Elkington - Founder & Director SustainAbility / Founding Partner & Director Volans Ventures
Founding Partner & Executive Chairman of Volans, also Co-founder of SustainAbility (1987) and of Environmental Data Services (1978), John Elkington is a world authority on corporate responsibility and sustainable development. In 2004, BusinessWeek described him as “a dean of the corporate responsibility movement for three decades.”. John is sitting on a number of Advisory Boards including GRI, Nestlé CSV, Instituto Ethos, WWF Council,...
Dr. Monsou Tantawi
Dr Monsou is lecturing at HEC Paris, and several other universities in Europe. She is also a consultant with ADDE and Solidere-Conseil. She was previously director with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Dr Monsou was previously VP of Operational Efficiency for Unilever NV, following a carrer with Danone and Nabisco. Dr Monsou is EFQM Lead Assessor and was Chairman of the EFQM Excecutive comittee.
Professor Van Wassenhove - Director of the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre
Professor Van Wassenhove's brings a unique combination of CSR and Supply Chain expertise. His research and teaching are concerned with operational excellence, supply chain management, quality, continual improvement and learning. He is the Henry Ford Chaired Professor of Manufacturing and the Academic Director of the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre. His recent research focus is on closed-loop supply chains (product take-back and end-of-life issues) and on disaster management (humanitarian logistics).
Professor Bart Vos
Since 2003 Bart is the NEVI professor of Purchasing Management within the department Organization and Strategy at Tilburg University. His current research themes cover areas like sustainable purchasing, global sourcing and the design of effective buyer supplier relationships. Bart holds a Doctor (PhD.) in Industrial Engineering and Management Science, from Eindhoven University of Technology.