Vice President Sustainability
Beth Holland leads the global sustainability strategy for Aptar, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of drug delivery, consumer product dispensing and material science solutions. Aptar’s innovative solutions and services serve a variety of end markets including pharmaceutical, beauty, personal care, home, food and beverage. Since 2013, Beth developed the initial global sustainability strategy and then expanded her role to lead Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) globally. Today, Aptar is building a culture of empowered teams for EHS across all functions in the organization and is becoming an increasingly more socially responsible, go-to thought-leader for plastic packaging within the circular economy. A few recent recognitions for Aptar have been Newsweek’s Top 100 of America’s Most Responsible Companies, Barron's Top 100 Most Sustainable Companies, Gold Ecovadis Sustainability rating, Le Point’s Most Responsible Companies in France and certifications such as Certified ISO, ISCC, Cyclos HTP as well as partnering with UN Global Compact, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Science Based Targets and Gender & Diversity KPI Alliance to name a few. An Environmental Engineer, Beth started her career working for a global consulting firm and then joined GE as a multi-site EHS Manager. She later transitioned to Ingersoll Rand Company to lead Lean Six Sigma and EHS for more than 50 sales and service centers throughout North and Latin America. At Ingersoll Rand, she was among an elite cohort selected for a company-sponsored MBA program with Indiana University and was recognized with several President’s Awards for her leadership on various strategic initiatives, including an “Inspiring Progress within the Community” recognition for her personal efforts with the non-profit Susan G. Komen.