Energy leaders feature in Sustainability’s Top 100 Women

We’re looking back on a year of advocacy for female leadership and reminiscing on Sustainability Magazine’s Top 100 Women supplement from 2023

Since this year’s Sustainability LIVE London, we’ve been thinking about the role of women in the corporate environment and how they change the way we think about sustainability as an embedded business prospect. 

Organisations also share great support for female representation in leadership, knowing they have a particular knack for empathy and climate advocacy. 

In 2023, Sustainability Magazine recognised a list of the amazing women in the industry with influence on the next generation of business. These women share their expertise across industries, including the energy sector, automotive, technology, consumer goods, and consulting firms. 

Here are the top 5 women in the Top 100 Women in Sustainability

1. Kate Brandt, Google 

2. Musidora Jorgensen, Microsoft

3. Rebecca Marmot, Unilever

4. Kathryn Alsegaf, Deloitte

5. Paulette Frank, Johnson & Johnson 

Leading women from the energy sector 

This year’s list also includes a number of energy sector professionals who ensure the sustainability of the energy that is provided to homes, businesses, and for their mobility. Executives in the list from energy companies include: 

And when it comes to energy, electrification of mobility is one of the major shifts taking place, particularly prominent in 2023, which we must recognise through the automotive industry leaders and their efforts to build sustainable vehicles and decarbonise their demanding supply chains. Featuring from transport industries are: 

*******************

Make sure you check out the latest edition of Energy Digital Magazine and also sign up to our global conference series - Sustainability LIVE 2024.

*******************

Energy Digital is a BizClik brand.

Share

Featured Articles

Q&A with National Grid Partners Director Raghuram Madabushi

With more money being put behind clean and climate tech companies, National Grid Partners’ Raghu Madabushi shares how they will pave the way to net zero

Q&A: ENGIE Impact’s Exec MD for EMEA & APAC Mark Chadwick

Companies must look forward and devise strategies to decarbonise their operations. ENGIE Impact’s 2024 Net Zero report shares their ambitions vs. actions

Mercedes F1 Team first in motorsport to sign Climate Pledge

Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 have become the first motorsport team to sign The Climate Pledge, committing to reach Net Zero carbon emissions by 2040

Onward: Shell Launches Trailblazing Global Climate Tech

Sustainability

Bechtel & Westinghouse Unite for European Nuclear Power

Renewable Energy

Swedish Power Company Vattenfall Celebrates 115 years

Utilities