Sustainability Manager at Amcor Flexibles Europe Middle East and Africa, Isabelle JENNY holds an engineer degree in polymer chemistry from the University of Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris and a PhD in Polymer Chemistry.
She has been with Amcor since 2003 as a packaging development engineer and then as sustainability manager.
Isabelle has more than 15 years experience in life cycle assessment and design for recycling study in the food, pharmaceutical and medical flexible packaging market.
She has also an expertise in sustainable sourcing, on biodegradable and compostable packaging and on flexible packaging recyclability.
Steven Meun, managing consultant with Antea Group, is currently leading the HPRC Europe initiative. As a sustainability consultant with a background in chemical engineering, plastics and technical fibers, he is able to link the business value of sustainability with technical and organisational solutions. Steven has international working experience, worked and lived in the USA for 3 years and has managed various sustainability projects all over the world. He currently is living in the Netherlands and leading the sustainability consulting team within Antea Netherlands.
Neil Hawkesford, senior product manager Healthcare at Amcor, first stepped into the world of medical packaging back in 1993, joining DRG Medical Packaging which was later to become part of the Amcor Group. Working closely with a range of medical device companies Neil was involved in the development of new packaging materials for applications ranging from injection systems through to Medical fluids. After 10 years Neil transferred into Product Management, using his experience to connect the differing needs and end-user requirements as seen from a range of stakeholder viewpoints. Today, pressure to further improve packaging performance while addressing sustainability goals is becoming a focus for medical device manufacturers.