Costa has appointed Victoria Moorhouse as Corporate Responsibility (CR) Programme Manager.
Kerry Parkin, Head of CSR and Communications at Costa, said: “Victoria will be responsible for the development, execution and delivery of Costa’s CR Strategy, coordinating programme activities to achieve Costa’s 2020 CR targets across team and community, customer wellbeing and environment. Her passion for sustainability in the food and beverage industry will be a key driving force in our pledge to become a UK leader in business sustainability.”
“The Costa CR programme continues to go from strength to strength as part of the Good Together Whitbread strategy and this appointment is an indication of our increased activity and focus on our environmental and social responsibilities.”
Prior to joining Costa, Victoria headed up the Programme team at the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) where she oversaw the development of strategic projects, including the delivery of the Mayor of London’s FoodSave project.
Prior to The SRA Victoria worked on the 2012 Olympic and Paralympics Games Organising Committee (LOCOG) where she was Programme Manager for the Catering Cleaning and Waste (CCW) operation for almost three years. The role involved developing and running the project management structure across the entire CCW operation which delivered 14 million meals over 30 venues. Victoria is incredibly proud to have worked on the team that delivered the most sustainable Games in history.
Victoria previously worked as a Management Consultant for Capgemini and Deloitte - working on large-scale business change and transformation programmes. Victoria has also previously volunteered on conservation projects in coffee growing communities within Central America.