As Strategic Initiatives Manager in Eastman’s Global Sustainability Organization, Holli Alexander helps translate the complexity of sustainability into tangible and actionable efforts. She works on a variety of efforts today with a strong focus on sustainability, circular economy, and advocacy. She has worked closely with plastic recycling for the last decade. In 2012, Holli launched and led the Full-Wrap Label Consortium, a group founded by Eastman to address the challenges recycling PET bottles that use shrink labels. She represents Eastman in a variety of external organizations including the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s New Plastics Economy, the US Plastics Pact, Sustainable Packaging Coalition, and the Association of Plastic Recyclers. She has served on the Sustainability Advisory Board for PLASTICS and helped found their Advanced Recycling Council. Holli launched the ANSI US Technical Advisory Group for the ISO committee on Chain of Custody which is now in the process of developing a standard for mass balance. She also co-authored a chapter on mass balance in Current Topics in the Circular Economy of Polymers which will be published by the American Chemistry Society in 2021.