As a Program Director of Agriculture and Environment, Carol works with an amazing SFL team that builds partnerships with and between food companies, NGOs, and farmer led organizations in support of regenerative and climate-smart agriculture. Her work focuses on large-scale grain and livestock systems. Carol co-leads the Small Grains in the Corn Belt initiative, a precompetitive collaboration to grow markets for rotation crops in the US Midwest to improve soil health, water quality and resilient yields. She enjoys supporting corporate partners in the design and implementation of supply chain sustainable sourcing programs and most recently supported the development of a sustainable dairy program and regenerative wheat program.
Prior to joining SFL, Carol was a part of the Global Supply Chain and Sustainability team at McDonald’s Corporation and the Harvard University Office for Sustainability. Carol brings a background in corporate sustainability, supply chain management and behavior change program design. She holds an M.B.A. and a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University, a B.S. from Penn State University and is a LEED Accredited Professional.