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EcoVadis Sustainable Procurement
Leadership Awards 2022: Amplifying
The EcoVadis Sustainable Procurement Leadership Awards celebrate excellence and recognize the outstanding performance of companies in their relationship with trading partners around the globe.
Take stock of your achievements this year and celebrate your team’s hard work by nominating your sustainability procurement program for the Awards 2022. The Awards will be presented on March 14, 2022 during our esteemed Sustain annual conference
You have until January 31, 2022 to submit your nomination.
Top Reasons to Nominate Your Program
Inspire peers in the global supply chain community to go the extra mile
Promote your individual, team and company achievements
Share your sustainability success story beyond the awards
Boost your employee engagement, morale, loyalty, and employer brand for recruiting
Our three award categories cover key aspects of implementing a successful sustainability initiative with your trading partners globally. We’re confident that you’ve mastered one or more of these key aspects within your initiative. Get ready to be recognized!
Recognizes one individual with outstanding contribution to driving a sustainable procurement initiative forward within their company. This award is nominated and selected by the EcoVadis’ team based on sustainable procurement program results and demonstrated excellence in program strategy and execution.
Acknowledges excellence in engaging trading partners in sustainability initiatives and honors best-in-class examples of driving internal engagement to roll out global sustainable procurement programs. This award will be selected by the independent jury panel and given out in two categories, considering factors such as reach, size and maturity.
Recognizes companies demonstrating the highest percentage of rated companies improving their sustainability performance. This category is not open for submissions, the award is granted based on the EcoVadis data.
Meet the Jury
Dr. Monsou Tantawy is Vice President of Oxfam in France, where she’s in charge of international relations and General secretary of Oikocredit France. She previously worked as director with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, vice president of Operational Efficiency for Unilever, following a career with Danone and Nabisco. Dr. Tantawy was EFQM Lead Assessor and Chairman of the EFQM Executive Committee.
Divya is the CEO & Co-Founder of GoodOps, a supply chain and sustainability consultancy that partners with high growth startups and global enterprises to architect, accelerate, and scale responsible operations.
Divya brings 19 years of experience as an operator, entrepreneur, executive, consultant, and advisor for internationally recognized startups and leading multinationals. She has driven innovative supply chain and logistics solutions for companies at various stages of growth, such as Walmart, Danone, Martin Brower/McDonald’s, Madison Reed, One Kings Lane, Westwing/Rocket Internet, ABLE, and Pricesmart. Throughout her career, Divya has built a vast global network of executives, investors, and entrepreneurs at the vanguard of today’s most disruptive industries. In 2021, she was named one of the Top 100 Women in Supply Chain globally by Supply Chain Digital; and in 2020, was a winner of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Women in Supply Chain Award.
As CEO of GoodOps, Divya brings a rigorous, dynamic, and collaborative approach in assessing complex value chains to identify unique opportunities that meaningfully address ESG impact goals. Consulting services include supply chain & sustainability strategy, operational audits & analysis, industry benchmarking, innovation strategy, and pilot development. In addition to client engagements, GoodOps produces custom content capturing the most recent trends, case studies, and technology in the space. GoodOps works across several key industries, including retail, food, and wellness. GoodOps’ work and thought leadership has been recognized in Forbes, Business Insider, Sourcing Journal, and Digital Trends Live.
Divya is an Advisor to Rethink Food VC and Radiant Ventures; a Mentor for Unreasonable Group; and is Chairwoman Emeritus for Nexus Global. Divya has spoken at industry leading supply chain and sustainability events such as EcoVadis SUSTAIN Conference, EcoVadis Asia Pacific B2B Sustainability Forum, Alcott Global’s Makers & Movers Summit, Global Sources Sustainable Sourcing, Ardent Partners CPO Rising, Techstars, Home Delivery World, Automated Vehicles Symposium, FASHINNOVATION, The NY Supply Chain Meetup, and Nexus Global. Divya is fluent in Spanish.
Sarah O’Brien is CEO of the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council (SPLC), a nonprofit organization that leads a global community of purchasers, suppliers, advocates and experts dedicated to driving positive environmental and social impact through the power of procurement. SPLC’s public sector and corporate members represent over $500B in annual purchasing power.
Ms O’Brien is a recognized expert on sustainable purchasing and more sustainable electronics. Just prior to joining SPLC she directed the multi-stakeholder Clean Electronics Production Network (CEPN), where leading brands, NGOs, suppliers and chemical suppliers focused on elimination of worker exposure to toxic chemicals in electronics production. For more than a decade previously, Ms O’Brien led global stakeholder engagement with the EPEAT IT hardware sustainability rating tool (which she participated in developing through a US EPA-sponsored process) for the Green Electronics Council.
Earlier, Ms. O’Brien developed and led the Environmentally Preferable Purchasing program of the nonprofit Hospitals for a Healthy Environment (now Practice Greenhealth), and served as a Senior Outreach Associate for INFORM’s PBT-free purchasing program, working with states across the US to reduce procurement of products containing mercury and other persistent toxics. Prior to entering the field of sustainable procurement, she worked as a state and regional legislative advocate and community organizer for the National Wildlife Federation and Vermont Public Interest Research Group, with a focus on toxics elimination, pesticide regulation, power plant pollution controls and other environmental health issues.
Ms O’Brien holds a BA from Yale University and an MA in anthropology from Temple University.
Last Year’s Award Winners
Watch the acceptance speeches of last year's award winners
Best Portfolio Performance Improvement | Americas
Best Portfolio Performance Improvement | Asia Pacific
Best Portfolio Performance Improvement | Europe
Best Value Chain Engagement
Best Value Chain Engagement
Outstanding Program Leadership
Outstanding Program Leadership