Senior Manager of Sustainable Development, The Dannon Company
Alana Libow is The Dannon Company’s Senior Manager of Sustainable Development. The Dannon Company, U.S. subsidiary of Danone, is America's founding national yogurt company. Alana leads the company’s sustainable development work focused on environmental, community, and nutritional strategic initiatives. She is responsible for ensuring business growth and market leadership while advancing Dannon’s environmental footprint and sustainable development competitiveness from sourcing to end markets. Prior to joining The Dannon Company, Alana worked for Winston Eco-Strategies as an independent consultant and FIJI Water. She also brings experience working in economic development in Latin America (Fulbright Scholar 2004-2005), international/domestic policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School (2002-2004), corporate consulting at Vantage Partners (2005), and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) analytics at Innovest Strategic Value Advisors (now owned by MSCI) (2006-2008). Alana completed her MBA from The Wharton School (2010) and graduated Magna Cum Laude, A.B. in Anthropology, from Washington University in St. Louis (2002). She completed an MIT Sloan School of Business Executive Education program, “Strategies for Sustainable Business” in 2014.