Kim Frankovich joined Wrigley in May 2013 as Global Sustainability Director where she is responsible for driving global programs, policies and procedures to meet Wrigley's sustainability goals for product, packaging and operations. Prior to joining Wrigley, she spent four years as VP Sustainability for Solo Cup Company, a single use packaging manufacturer where she was responsible for setting sustainability goals and strategies to lower Solo’s environmental impact, advising on sustainable raw packaging materials, and managing strategic recycling and composting partnerships. Her prior association work includes committee or board memberships with the Association of Post Consumer Plastic Recyclers (APR), the National Association of PET Container Resources (NAPCOR), and the Biodegradable Product Institute (BPI). Before moving to sustainability full time in 2009, she spent 12 years as a securities and finance attorney including roles as Assistant General Counsel at Solo Cup Company, Corporate Counsel at Baxter International Inc. and as an Associate Attorney at Lewis, Rice & Fingersh in St. Louis, and Grippo & Elden in Chicago. Kim 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.