Kim Frankovich has spent six years at Solo and in her current role as VP Sustainability, she is responsible for setting sustainability goals and strategies to lower Solo’s environmental impact, researching and advising on sustainable raw materials, and managing strategic sustainability partnerships focused on increasing the recycling and composting of its products. Kim’s active participation in associations as a committee or board member include the Association of Post Consumer Plastic Recyclers (APR), the National Association of PET Container Resources (NAPCOR), the Biodegradable Product Institute (BPI) and affiliates of Keep America Beautiful. She also chairs Solo’s Sustainability Action Network, a network of over 300 volunteer employees who work to promote sustainability, recycling and composting in their communities and at Solo facilities. Before joining Solo, she spent a combined six years as Corporate Counsel at Baxter International Inc. and as an Associate Attorney at Lewis, Rice & Fingersh in St. Louis, and Grippo & Elden in Chicago. She is a licensed attorney in the states of Illinois and Missouri and holds a J.D. from Notre Dame Law School in South Bend, IN and a B.S. in Economics from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, UT.