Welcome to our series of interviews with leading female CSR practitioners where we are learning about what inspires these women and how they found their way to careers in sustainability. Read the rest of the series here.
TriplePundit: Briefly describe your role and responsibilities, and how many years you have been in the business.
Paige Goff: I am the Vice President, Sustainability and Business Communications at Domtar.
In this role, I am responsible for managing sustainability communications for all of Domtar’s pulp and paper products. Key to my role is understanding and applying the current trends and strategies related to environmental, regulatory and social sustainability to Domtar’s business practices and products, while managing the relationships among environmental non-governmental organizations (NGO) and customers.
I have 14 years experience in the paper industry and joined Domtar in 2004. I have a Masters of Business Administration degree.
3p: How has the sustainability program evolved at your company?
PG: Domtar leads the pulp, paper and wood products industry in sustainability through environmental stewardship, stakeholder collaboration, community investment and engagement and innovations that help recover and conserve natural resources. Some stakeholders – consumers especially – have sometimes questioned sustainability practices within our industry, and Domtar takes pride in leading the industry from an operational and product offering standpoint.Click to continue reading »