The Sustainable Apparel Coalition said Wednesday that its CEO, Amina Razvi, will depart the flagship industry sustainability initiative on Dec. 29.
The organisation has yet to identify a successor for the executive, who led organisation through a greenwashing controversy focused on its widely used suite of sustainability tools.
Razvi will continue to work with the board and global team through the end of the year to ensure a smooth transition, the organisation said.
What’s Next for Fashion’s Most Controversial Sustainability Tool?
After the SAC’s Higg Index became a central focus for greenwashing allegations, the trade group commissioned an independent review. Its recommendations include scrapping a stand-alone materials assessment and more work to improve the data.