Pursuing a Corporate Sustainability Career, Echo Bao | Sustainability Ambassadors 009

In this episode of Sustainability Ambassadors, we speak with Echo Bao, Sustainability Manager at DSM, about how she developed her career in corporate sustainability. A career path that was unexpected at first, but through which her flexibility, curiosity, and ability to engage her business leaders, has allowed her to drive the value proposition of sustainability further in a company that already had a strong culture for it. For our younger viewers, who may be in the beginning of their career, she has some advice for you in the final third of the conversation. Advice that is spot on.

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Echo joined DSM China in 2012 as Strategy & Sustainability Program Specialist. She is leading DSM’s sustainability program in China, regional sustainability reporting and related stakeholder engagement. Prior to joining DSM, Echo worked in business development areas for food ingredients and biotechnology for eight years.

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