Unifi Names Vice President of Global Corporate Sustainability

Unifi announces the appointment of Helen M. Sahi as vice president of global corporate sustainability. 

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GREENSBORO, N.C.-Unifi announces the appointment of Helen M. Sahi as vice president of global corporate sustainability. Sahi comes to the position with extensive experience in the field.

“Helen’s background includes significant responsibility and success in the technical, strategic, and partnership aspects of sustainability policies and initiatives, and her vast experiences will help drive Unifi’s sustainability strategy and key programs across our global operations,” says Richard Gerstein, executive vice president of global branded premium value-added products and chief marketing and innovation officer at Unifi. “We look forward to Helen further developing our relationships with chief sustainability officers throughout the textile and apparel supply chain and advancing the use of sustainability metrics into our operations, product line management, and innovation initiatives.”

Sahi’s has nearly three decades of helping companies such as Avery Dennison and Bank of America achieve sustainability strategies and goals. Sahi has also built partnerships with external organizations and NGOs to advance their sustainability efforts, explains Unifi.

“Unifi has a great sustainability story to tell, including the company’s Champions of Sustainability customer recognition program,” says Sahi.  “I have great respect for Unifi’s commitment to sustainable innovation, and I am eager to start working closely with the team.”

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