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Making Lives Better Is Her Mission in Latin America

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Agustina Mattioli has spent her entire career focusing on corporate social responsibility and sustainability for various multinational companies. Yet, when she had the opportunity to join Kimberly-Clark over two years ago, she was excited to lead the company’s sustainability efforts in its Latin American region alongside so many “inspiring female leaders in strategic positions across numerous functions.”

UNCF Dallas Recognizes Kimberly-Clark Foundation for Helping Students Achieve College Success

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The Kimberly-Clark Foundation proudly accepted the 2021 Masked Award last month during the Dallas United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Mayor’s Masked Ball. The black-tie gala is an annual signature fundraising event that raises thousands of dollars for North Texas minority students so they can achieve college success.

Kimberly-Clark Professional Supports Essential Heroes During the Pandemic

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Starting any new job at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was a challenge, but for Susan Gambardella–the president of Kimberly-Clark Professional North America – her top priorities were taking care of her team members as well as the essential heroes in the commercial cleaning industry who use Kimberly-Clark Professional’s trusted brands to keep others safe.  

Kimberly-Clark Launches Expanded WaterLOUPE 2.0 Tool to Help Communities Develop Sustainable Water Stewardship Plans

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On World Water Day, Kimberly-Clark reaffirmed its commitment to drive water stewardship in water stressed regions around the world with the launch of WaterLOUPE 2.0, an updated version of an innovative, open-source tool to help communities analyze local risks to freshwater resources and create sustainable mitigation strategies.

Kimberly-Clark Drives Water Reduction at Its Most Water Stressed Facilities

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The impact of water stress is felt across Kimberly-Clark’s value chain, from its fiber sources to its manufacturing facilities to the communities where its employees and consumers live and work.

The company’s Askar manufacturing facility in Bahrain is in one of the most water-stressed regions in the world. Empowered by Kimberly-Clark’s 2030 goal to reduce its water footprint by 50%, and driven by the increasing cost of water, the team at the facility was determined to figure out how to use every drop of fresh water, responsibly and efficiently.

For Two Women, Stepping Out of Their Comfort Zone Was a Stepping Stone to Success

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Challenging yourself can be scary. For Damaris Aracil, Kimberly-Clark's logistics and distribution manager for Northern Europe, it’s just another day at work.

“Moving from your comfort zone, moving countries, changing jobs – it’s scary at the beginning, but then your body gets used to it, knows what to expect and you feel comfortable again,” said Damaris.

Hiromi Nakamura Svensson knows the feeling. Her Kimberly-Clark career has taken many twists and turns.

Nigeria GM Leads Effort to Support Mothers and Girls

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When Vani Malik joined Kimberly-Clark as the general manager for our Nigeria operations last summer, she didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from accelerating Kimberly-Clark’s efforts to tackle major obstacles that mothers and girls face in Nigeria.

Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and most populated country, with one of the highest birth rates in the world – more than 6 million babies are born every year. Kimberly-Clark has invested $100 million to date in this strategic market, including a new diaper manufacturing facility that will open this year.

Kimberly-Clark Named One of Barron's “100 Most Sustainable Companies” for 2021

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Following the release of its 2030 ambitions last year to halve its environmental impact, Kimberly-Clark improved its ranking to 34th on Barron’s 2021 list of 100 Most Sustainable Companies.

Advocating for More Women in Science Is Personal

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If you ask Ntokozo Sithole – the general manager at Kimberly-Clark’s Enstra manufacturing facility in South Africa – what drives her to succeed daily, she’ll say without hesitation, “having more women in manufacturing and science, especially in leadership roles.”

Ntokozo says science has always been part of her life. She studied science and engineering in the 1990’s and has been in the industry for 28 years. She remembers the environment for a woman in science back then as less than welcoming.  

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