Former JetBlue exec Sophia Mendelsohn joins SAP in top sustainability role


SAP, the renowned enterprise application software company, has proudly declared the appointment of Sophia Leonora Mendelsohn.

She will serve as the Chief Sustainability and Commercial Officer and as Co-GM of SAP Sustainability.

SAP is a leading name in the realm of enterprise application software. They are at the forefront of offering innovative solutions to businesses around the globe, facilitating streamlined processes and improved efficiencies.

Sophia Leonora Mendelsohn is not new to the challenges and intricacies of the sustainability sector. Before embracing her new role at SAP, Mendelsohn played pivotal roles at Cognizant as the Chief Sustainability Officer and Global Head of ESG. Further tracing her professional trajectory, she also held significant sustainability-driven roles at JetBlue, where she notably stood out as the Chief Sustainability Officer and as Head of Sustainability and ESG.

Sophia’s journey with Cognizant began in 2020, prior to which she undertook various sustainability initiatives at JetBlue. Her deep-rooted commitment to sustainability and extensive experience sets her apart in the industry.

Sophia Mendelsohn’s extensive experience and dedication to sustainability-related roles shine through her accomplishments. Her journey has seen her move through various significant positions, championing the cause of sustainability and ESG concerns.

SAP Sustainability and Commercial Officer Sophia Mendelsohn expressed her excitement in a social media post, saying, “Throughout my conversations with SAP, I was struck by the leadership’s vision of how climate and circularity are already interwoven into our future global economy, and therefore our customers’ success. This is a company where ‘commitment’ has matured into investment and strategy.”

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