Kevin Rabinovitch is the Global Director of Sustainability for Mars, Inc. In his role he develops and deploys strategies, goals, targets and policies relating to all aspects of sustainability (climate, water, waste, etc.) for Mars’ operations. He also chairs the Sustainability sub-group of the Mars Scientific Advisory Council which advises Mars on the science behind our sustainability decisions throughout our entire supply chain. Mr. Rabinovitch has been with Mars for 15 years, 2 years in sustainability and the first 13 in the Process and Packaging development functions of multiple Mars business segments in the U.S. and Europe. Based in Nashville, TN, he is also an adjunct professor in an MS/MBA sustainability program at Lipscomb University.
Mars is a family owned company founded in 1911 generating annual revenues of over $30 billion and is both the world’s largest confectionery and petcare company in addition to operating Food, Drinks and a Symbioscience business. Based in McLean, VA, Mars has 70,000 associates working in 300 offices and 150 factories in 75 countries around the world.