Eunice Heath serves as corporate director for Sustainability. She leads the coordinated planning and implementation of the 2025 Sustainability Goals, sustainability integration, and next generation strategy development. In addition, Heath partners to deliver the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting disclosure cross the company and business units.
Heath joined Dow in 1991 as part of the Commercial Development Program and has worked in a myriad of Marketing, Sales, Supply Chain, Government Affairs and Business Leadership roles throughout her career. In 2019, she assumed the current role in corporate sustainability, which includes responsibilities for Dow 2025 goal implementation, results and liaison to external organizations such as The Task Force for Climate Related Financial Disclosure, Green Chemistry Commerce Council (Sustainable Chemistry Alliance Advisory Board), The Nature Conservancy and serves on the United Nations Global Compact USA Network board.
Heath is a Six Sigma Green Belt, a recipient of the 2007 Black Engineer of the Year Award, 2011 Women of Distinction winner by the Philadelphia Business Journal, 2013 Champion of Champions award by NSBE, 2017 Honoree of Forty Women to Watch Over 40 by Forbes Media, 2020 Honoree of 25 Badass Women Shaking Up the Climate Movement by GreenBiz and recently named to the 2020 and 2021 HERoes Role Models for leadership in championing women in business and driving change for gender diversity in the workplace. Eunice also serves as the executive sponsor for Dow’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in support of building next generation STEM talent.
Heath earned her MBA at the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Florida.