New COO to drive socially & environmentally responsible PPE growth

Aaron French, Eagle Protect COO
Aaron French, Eagle Protect COO
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. - Feb. 2, 2021 - PRLog -- Eagle Protect PBC is excited to welcome the company's new COO, Aaron French. With years of experience in operations and supply chain management within the largest food producers and retailers in the US, Aaron brings to Eagle his passion for sustainability together with company growth initiatives.

"I'm very excited to be working in a high growth company that also has such a strong impact focus with a triple bottom line. Eagle's potential for rapid growth is phenomenal, and I will be implementing strategies and efficiencies to turbo-charge this trend."

Eagle Protect is the world's only glove and clothing supplier to gain the prestigious B Corp certification, and to focus on reducing their customers environmental and societal impact, through the supply of high-quality and third-party tested products, via a transparent supply chain.

With the Covid related global demand for gloves continuing to outweigh supply, prices (including freight and distribution) have increased to unprecedented levels. Eagle has continued to ensure product supply for their customers, and with Aaron's direction, will continue and improve on supply chain efficiencies. "My supply chain experience with Blue Apron and other rapidly growing companies, with a simultaneous focus on sustainability, is the perfect background to leverage Eagle's growth."

Eagle's CEO, Steve Ardagh comments "Aaron's operational, strategic and growth experience was a stand out for us," which included past positions at Albertson-Safeway and Revolution Foods in addition to Blue Apron.

In addition to his supply chain experience and qualifications, French has an MBA from UC Berkeley, and a MS in Ecology and Systematic Biology from San Francisco State University.

Aaron has a passion for travel, food and ecology. He has been praised by The New York Times, cited as one of the "11 Influential Eco-Chefs Who Are Changing the Way We Think About Food," and his photography has been published by National Geographic.

Eagle Protect PBC
Lynda Ronaldson, VP Marketing


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