24 Mar 23 | 2 min read

Ecocem appoints Jennifer Dolan as Head of People and Culture

Ecocem, Europe’s leading provider of low carbon solutions for the cement and construction industries, has today announced the appointment of Jennifer Dolan as Head of People and Culture. In this role, her responsibilities will include oversight of the company’s people strategy and objectives, and evolving Ecocem’s workplace ethos and culture to support the business’ ambitious mission.

Jennifer brings over 15 years of experience in the HR industry. Prior to joining Ecocem, she held various roles leading HR programmes at technology companies, including a decade-long tenure at Version 1. This newly created role at Ecocem will see Jennifer develop and oversee Ecocem’s people and talent strategy, employee experience and engagement.

Jennifer’s arrival follows a series of senior appointments over the past eighteen months, including Jean-Christophe Trassard as Ecocem France’s Director of Marketing Sustainable Innovation, Pat Cox as Chair, and Christian Clergue as European Standards Manager.

Jennifer Dolan, Head of People and Culture at Ecocem, said: “This is a hugely exciting time for Ecocem, and the role offers a unique opportunity to build a workplace culture centred around innovation, collaboration and changing the world for the better. As the company grows, harnessing the energy and commitment of our people and ensuring they have a clear understanding of the critical part they play in this mission, is essential.”

Donal O’Riain, Founder and Group Managing Director at Ecocem, said: Donal O’Riain, Founder and Group Managing Director at Ecocem, said: “As our business continues to evolve, finding and keeping the right talent and maintaining the strong yet flexible culture that has brought us this far, is critical if we are to fulfil our ambition of delivering substantial reductions in cement industry CO2 emissions by 2030. Having Jennifer and her expertise onboard will enable us to sustain and evolve our culture and in turn build a better, more sustainable future for all.”

 

Contact information

For more information or to arrange an interview with an Ecocem spokesperson, contact: [email protected]

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