Welcoming Two New Members to the FACC Sustainability & Innovation Committee

Chapter News | August 23, 2019

This August, the FACC Sustainability & Innovation Committee officially welcomed two new members to complement the existing members who helped propel forward the Sustainability & Innovation Forum this past May. We are pleased to welcome Wendy Gerber, CEO of International Consulting Group and Amy Hall, VP of Social Consciousness at Eileen Fisher. Read more about their expertise and experience below or log into the FACC member Directory to connect with them. The next event organized by the committee, on the topic of the Circular Economy, will take place on Wendesday, September 25th. Visit our events calendar to learn more and register. 


Wendy Gerber, CEO, International Consulting Group

Wendy is an innovative strategy, business development and marketing executive who creates and drives key corporate strategic initiatives for leading global brands. She has advised Fortune 500 CEOs on highly visible issues. Wendy has worked with global iconic brands including Citigroup, Ralph Lauren and Kenneth Cole. She is a forward-thinking, agile, dynamic multilingual strategist with global experience building brands, creating and executing strategic business and marketing plans, and leading high-performing cross-functional teams. Wendy is known for building core businesses, spearheading innovation, driving transformational change, innovative product development and brand positioning, including digital and social strategies, and expansion into new businesses and markets. 

Amy Hall, VP of Social Consciousness, Eileen Fisher

As Director of Social Consciousness and a member of the Leadership Forum for women’s clothing designer EILEEN FISHER, Amy supports the company’s efforts to practice “business as a movement.”   Amy collaborates internally and externally to guide the company toward ever-increasing human, environmental and economic sustainability, including co-leading the company’s Vision2020 work.  Amy played an instrumental role in shepherding the company toward its highly-anticipated B Corporation Certification.

Amy came to EILEEN FISHER in 1993, following a fundraising career with Asian-American cultural, educational and social service organizations in New York City.  Her educational background includes a B.A. from Georgetown University, an M.A. from Teachers College-Columbia University, and a sustainable MBA from Green Mountain College.  She currently chairs the advisory board of Social Accountability International and serves on the boards of Made-By, the American Sustainable Business Council, and the New Conversations Project of Cornell University.  Amy teaches “Sustainability in Fashion Merchandising” at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and is a frequent guest speaker on CSR and Sustainability-related topics.