Louise Hanlon joins Camelot as new corporate responsibility lead

Operator of the UK National Lottery Camelot has strengthened its corporate responsibility and sustainability division after confirming that Louise Hanlon has been appointed as its Deputy Head of Corporate Responsibility.

The appointment comes as Camelot looks to further implement its social responsibility strategy throughout 2020.

Camelot’s Head of Corporate Responsibility, Alison Gardner, celebrated the new appointment: “We are delighted to welcome Louise as Deputy Head of Corporate Responsibility,” she said. “Her extensive experience at leading companies from a broad range of industries gives her valuable knowledge and expertise, and demonstrates her ability to deliver in new CR&S environments. We’re looking forward to everything that we’ll achieve with her on-board.”

Hanlon brings 15 years’ experience with her to the newly-created role, having previously held senior and manager-level positions at leading companies spanning a range of industries, including KFC UK & Ireland, Symantec, Kellogg’s and BUPA.

During her career, Hanlon has spearheaded a number of social responsibility projects both nationally and internationally, with Camelot lauding her ability to deliver ‘results-focused impact and engagement across all operational areas of business.’

Hanlon added: “I’m thrilled to join Camelot’s CR team at what is an exceptionally busy but exciting time for the business. It’s important for businesses to be always looking to enhance their CR&S credentials, especially at a time when the focus on ethical business operation is at its greatest ever – and Camelot’s longstanding and proven commitment to CR was an important part of my decision to join the team here.”

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