Camille Fabre honored by greenbiz for her commitment to sustainability

Camille Fabre, Sustainability Director for Saint-Gobain Nordic & Baltic, has been honored by GreenBiz, the US based network promoting the global potential of sustainable transformation. Camille was selected as one of 30 young professionals, who make a difference in corporate sustainability.

- I am very proud to be selected by GreenBiz as one of their ‘30 Under 30’ honorees. I am passionate about sustainability and I am convinced that it is a strong business driver when embedded at the heart of a corporate strategy. At Saint-Gobain, I have been given the opportunity to work for a company with a strong purpose, with amazing teams and inspiring leaders. Being recognized for this work means a lot, and I am happy to be able to push this agenda forward every day, Camille Fabre says.

Every year GreenBiz recognizes young professionals under 30 who are working to make a difference within sustainability in the corporate world.

- These men and women have demonstrated leadership qualities in their organizations, sectors or in the wider world of business, including within some of the world’s largest companies. They represent the full potential of sustainable business to transform companies, consumers, value chains and systems of commerce, says GreenBiz Chairman and Executive Editor Joel Makower.

Camille Fabre has been working with sustainability for Saint-Gobain since graduating from Chimie ParisTech in 2012. After having spent four years working for the Group’s central organization in Paris, she joined the Nordic team in the fall of 2016 as the one in charge of driving the sustainability agenda for Saint-Gobain in the Nordic and Baltic region.

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