Senior Research Scientist and Deputy Director, MIT Joint Program on Science and Policy of Global Change
Director General, SAI Platform
Adrian is a sustainability practitioner who recognises that true success for sustainability is achieved through collaboration, transparency and innovation.As a member of the Executive Committee for over 7 years and most recently as President, Adrian led the work on SAI Platform’s Vision, Mission and Strategies. Now in the role of Director General, Adrian is driving these strategies and developing the organisation to reach a sustainable future for agriculture on a global scale. During a career of over 33 years with Mars Incorporated, Adrian has led positive change across various areas and in many roles: most recently as one of the leading architects of the Mars Sustainable in a Generation Plan. He is an experienced public speaker and a highly experienced manager, who takes a value-driven approach to creating a culture, ethos and team that thrive on improvement and empowerment. Adrian holds a BSc. Honours degree from London University in Mathematics and Physics. He is a member of the board of governors for the Dairy Sustainability Framework, the Advisory board for the Quantis Geofootprint Tool, the Advisory Board for the Surrey University Practitioner Doctorate in Sustainability and an Ambassador for the Positive Innovation Club.
Sustainable Sourcing Manager, Mars Inc.
Global Milk & Farming Sustainability Manager, Danone
Director Sustainability, Ingredion
Livestock Operations Manager,
Vice President Global Sustainable Agriculture & Responsible Sourcing, PepsiCo
Agriculture and Climate Program Leader, Sustainable Food Lab
Dr. Candace Croney
Director of the Center for Animal Welfare Science, and Professor of Animal Behavior and Well-Beign, Purdue
Dr. Dennis Todey
Director, USDA Midwest Climate Hub
Dr. Temple Grandin
Professor of Animal Science, Colorado State University
Senior Program Director, Agriculture and Environment, Sustainable Food Lab
Director, Sustainability and Environmental Affairs, Almond Board of California
Director of Sustainability, Cargill
Senior Advisor, Sustainable Food Lab
Manager, Sustainability Programs, Dairy Farmers of America
Corporate Manager Sustainability, FrieslandCampina
Principal & Founder, Land Use & Climate Knowledge Initiative
Farmer & Sustainability Officer, NM USFRA
Vice President, Sustainability Initiatives, Innovation Center for US Dairy
Water and Agriculture Sustainability Program Director, The Coca-Cola Company
Director Sustainable Agriculture, PepsiCo
Sustainability Accounting Manager, Mars Inc.
- Sustainability data collection and reporting
- Supporting the development of new sustainability accounting systems
- Managing LCA datasets involved in sustainability accounting
- Business segment sustainability strategy and decision support
- Product footprint modeling and R&D support
Sustainability Director, PepsiCo
Rob has been with PepsiCo since 1997 and is currently a Director in PepsiCo’s Global Sustainable Agriculture Group managing implementation of the Sustainable Farming Initiative across the global supply chain.The Sustainable Farming Initiative encourages growers to operate in ways that reduce environmental and social impacts, while maintaining economic strength and viability through a continuous improvement process. Rob has played a key role in developing PepsiCo’s sustainable agriculture strategy and programmes since their inception in 2008 and is currently serving on the Executive Committee of SAI Platform. Prior to joining the Global Sustainable Agriculture Group Rob was a Sustainability Director in PepsiCo’s Global Operations function delivering productivity and minimising risk for PepsiCo’s global enterprise and supply chain. In this position, Rob was responsible for PepsiCo’s ReCon (“Resource Conservation”) programme, maintaining global environmental metrics systems and reporting, and directing PepsiCo’s Environmental Sustainability Council, a global and cross-divisional team of environmental professionals. Prior to joining PepsiCo Global Operations Rob worked for PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay North America division in various Environmental and Energy Engineering positions. Rob holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Akron (Ohio, USA) and an M.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Cincinnati (Ohio, USA).
President & CEO, American Humane
President, Field to Market
Senior Fellow, Global Food and Agriculture, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Head of Sustainability, innocent drinks
Rozanne currently is Head of Sustainability at innocent drinks.She is responsible for exploring new ways of providing sustainable pathways across the supply chain, how to manage impact in a positive way, building external connections for collaboration, and designing and engaging business, and ultimately drinkers, in a longer-term strategic view on sustainability. She initially started out as a chemical engineer – after deciding dodging pools of phosphoric acid on a chemical plant was not the future, she studied horticulture, probably inspired by being raised on a farm in Southern Zimbabwe. She spent some years as an agronomy adviser to citrus farmers in the eastern part of South Africa, Swaziland and Mozambique, learning about the many practical challenges facing farming, often within a confusing regulatory and market landscape, but also noticing the inherent creativity within and innovative nature of many farmers, who know their land so well. She joined innocent drinks 11 years ago, initially to start up the technical team focusing on fruit sourcing, and until recently had been the Head of Fruit, responsible for all aspects of ingredient sourcing, including longer term security of supply and sustainable sourcing. As part of this, she led on a strawberry water project in Spain, which was the trigger for forming the Doñana Berry Group that SAI Platform now hosts. Within SAI Platform, she was part of the group who designed the FSA 2.0, and was on the Verification and Integrity Committee who worked up the initial foundations of governance for the FSA. Rosanne previously held the role of SAI Platform Chair for the Fruit and Nut Working Group before joining the Executive Committee.