CINCINNATI — Procter & Gamble (P&G) has added three new members to its U.S. Sustainability Expert Advisory Panel (SEAP), according to the Business Courier.
P&G has added Caroline Hermans, commitments senior manager for the Clinton Global Initiative; Dr. Howard Frumkin, dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Washington; and Terry Tamminen, former secretary for the California Environmental Protection Agency, the article stated.
"With key sustainability initiatives underway in the U.S., we welcome the new perspectives these panelists will bring to discussions about P&G''s efforts," said Rick Hackman, associate director of technical external relations for P&G.
"As P&G makes meaningful progress in the company''s long-term environmental sustainability vision and goals, we recognize that, in addition to our own innovation and expertise, external counsel will continue to be an integral part of this progress," Hackman added.
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