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Cindy Drucker Joins Weber Shandwick's Social Impact Practice

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Holmes Report 10 Oct 2012

WASHINGTON, DC—Cindy Drucker has joined Weber Shandwick as an executive vice president in the firm’s global social impact practice, based in Washington, DC, at the firm’s Powell Tate unit.

Most recently, Drucker was the global head of sustainability at S.C. Johnson & Son, where she led the development and implementation of environmental and sustainable strategies for the company and for the portfolio of consumer products including Windex, Glade, Off! and Ziploc among others.

She also provided thought leadership counsel and strategic direction for the worldwide company regarding sustainability, and served as the sustainability partner to major external stakeholders, customers, nonprofits and other sustainability leaders. 

Drucker previously worked as the Director of Public Engagement for the Presidential National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill & Offshore Drilling, where she served as the senior point person for public outreach and stakeholder engagement. Prior to that, she served as senior advisor to the president and CEO of World Wildlife Fund.
 

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