Chief Impact Officer and Head of Sustainable Impact
Ellen Jackowski is the Chief Impact Officer and Head of Sustainable Impact at HP. In this role, Ellen leads a global team that oversees the HP Sustainable Impact strategy and programs that focus on the most defining and urgent issues of our time where HP can have the greatest impact as a brand and that support Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) industry imperatives: Climate Action, Human Rights, and Digital Equity.
Ellen and her team were instrumental in embedding Sustainable Impact at the core of HP’s 2030 vision and strategy and in setting, measuring, and reporting some of the most comprehensive goals in the technology industry. Ellen heads the HP Sustainable Impact Program Management Office, responsible for creating and implementing an integrated operating structure to drive progress against HP’s aggressive 2030 agenda.
Under Ellen’s leadership, HP was named America’s Most Responsible Company by Newsweek for the second consecutive year, was the first and only technology company in the world in to receive a quadruple A rating for Climate, Forest, Water and Supplier Engagement Leader from CDP, and topped 3BL Media’s Best Corporate Citizen’s List. Amid the global pandemic and working virtually in one of the most challenging countries in the world, Ellen and her team helped deliver on HP’s commitment to install and commission a $2 million plastic bottle washing facility in Haiti.
Ellen brings more than 10 years of HP experience in a variety of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability roles, including serving as Global Head of Sustainability Strategy and Innovation where she played a critical role in defining and aligning the company around a unified Sustainable Impact strategy. In 2021, GreenBiz named Ellen one of the Top 25 Badass Women of Climate Action.