Mississippi Lime appoints director of sustainability

By |  January 25, 2022
Fiona Woody Mississippi Lime


Mississippi Lime Co. named Fiona Woody director of sustainability and ESG (environmental, social and governance), a new role at the company.

In this position, Woody is responsible for leading Mississippi Lime’s sustainability mission, and will partner with business leaders to accelerate, integrate and communicate sustainability and ESG initiatives, according to the company.

Woody joins Mississippi Lime from Bayer, formerly Monsanto, where she was involved in sustainability programs, operations and regulatory affairs.

“As one of our company’s core values, we have always focused on sustainability,” says Paul Hogan, president and CEO of Mississippi Lime. “Creating this important role visibly underscores our dedication to sustainability for our customers, vendors, communities and the lime industry as a whole. We are serious about elevating the priority of sustainability in our business and sharing our successes. I’m pleased to welcome Fiona to MLC (Mississippi Lime). Her background and expertise make her an ideal candidate to accelerate our progress and formally communicate our sustainability strategies.”

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