P&G adds two to board
The Procter & Gamble Company announced on Wednesday the appointment of Sheila Bonini and Rob Portman to its board of directors, effective immediately.
Bonini currently leads private sector engagement for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading global conservation organizations, a role she’s had since 2016. Prior to WWF, she served as CEO of The Sustainability Consortium, a global non-profit organization transforming the consumer goods industry to deliver more sustainable consumer products, and as a senior advisor in McKinsey’s sustainability and resource productivity practice.
Portman is a former U.S. senator, congressman and United States trade representative. His public service career boasts three decades and includes service in two presidential administrations, two terms in the United States senate, and six terms in the United States house of representatives.
A lawyer, he also served as associate counsel to the president, director of the White House office of legislative affairs, and two cabinet level roles, director of the office of management and budget and United States trade representative.
“Sheila and Rob bring meaningful expertise, experience and acumen that further strengthen the capability of our Board to help us effectively navigate opportunities to better serve consumers, communities and stakeholders in an increasingly complex macroeconomic environment,” said Jon Moeller, P&G’s chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer.
In its most recent trading update in January, P&G raised its full-year sales forecast and said it plans to continue raising prices despite a drop in sales volumes, warning that high commodity costs were pressuring profits.
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