Host: Barb Renner, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP
Presenters: Kimberly Betts, Justin Cook, and Kyle Tanger
After a year of tremendous change, CPGs and retailers are plotting a new course for the future of work and sustainability. Through survey data and interviews with industry executives, learn how food retailers and product suppliers see their workforces, workplaces, and work changing. Then, explore key considerations for advancing sustainability while maintaining value. We’ll discuss:
- Industry goals for the return to work
- Priorities, strategies, policies and progress of food retailers and product suppliers in preparing for the future of work
- Creating value and measuring impact of sustainability initiatives
Meet the speakers
Kimberly is a managing director in Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital Retail and Consumer Products practice. Kimberly has spent the last 28 years leading and executing large scale Diversity and Inclusion and Organizational Transformations, with a focus on the Future of Work. Kimberly guides organizations to maximize their return on transformation through their people, to achieve desired business outcomes. Following her personal passion, Kimberly also plays a leadership role in driving Deloitte’s Diversity and inclusion strategy and efforts both internally and for clients, and is one of the original founders of the Network of Executive Women.
Justin is the research leader for the consumer products sector within Deloitte’s Consumer Industry Center, Deloitte LLP. He also heads cross-sector research for the center, examining issues such as how the COVID-19 pandemic affects consumer behavior. With 20 years of experience in market research, management consulting, and technology, Justin asks challenging questions and helps clients understand how the world is changing. Justin earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Kyle is a director with Deloitte Consulting LLP and leader of its Sustainability practice. He has provided consulting services associated with the complex energy, water, and waste management efforts of several Fortune 500 companies, resulting in more than $2 billion of combined value creation. Kyle also has significant information and analytics experience integrating waste, water, emissions, and energy data sources. Prior to Deloitte, he was the founder and CEO of ClearCarbon.