As Kroger’s head of sustainability, Lisa Zwack leads and executes the company’s sustainability strategy, driving measurable change across a variety of topics, including climate impacts, product packaging, responsible sourcing, animal welfare, waste reduction and recycling. In this role, she engages key external stakeholders and partners with leaders across the Kroger enterprise to advance progress toward the company’s ambitious sustainability goals. Currently, she is focused on leading the development of Kroger’s sustainability roadmap into the new decade. Prior to joining Kroger in 2017, Lisa served as Sustainability Manager for Staples, Inc., for nearly five years, where she played a key role in implementing and communicating the company’s global sustainability vision and goal progress. She also worked across the corporate, non-profit and government sectors in roles focused on environmental policy, business development and communications. Lisa earned master’s degrees in Business Administration and Sustainable Systems from the Erb Institute at the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy & Behavior from the University of Michigan.