- How a collaborative approach helps remove barriers and make sustainable products more accessible for all
- Helping consumers infuse more sustainable habits into their everyday lives and habits
- Best practices for scaling sustainable innovation together with partners across the value chain
SVP, Corporate Responsibility and President of the Target Foundation
Amanda Nusz leads Target’s commitment to co-create an equitable and regenerative future together with its guests, partners, and communities. In June 2021, she led the launch of Target’s sustainability commitments through its enterprise-wide sustainability strategy, Target Forward. As president of the Target Foundation, she works in support of a team that has created a learning lab to shift and transform the systems that create greater equity and opportunity for all.
Previously, Amanda served as vice president of quality and responsible sourcing in Target’s global sourcing organization, ensuring that Target’s vendors and suppliers operated safe, ethical, and efficient factory environments to produce high-quality, sustainable, and consumer-safe products.
Prior to her role in global sourcing, Amanda led the development of one of Target’s owned brands by spearheading the creation of the kids’ line, Cat & Jack, a high-quality and affordable brand co-created with families. Cat and Jack is designed to be durable and responsibly sourced, focusing on inclusivity in its messaging and forward-thinking adaptive and seamless lines.
Amanda received her bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Minnesota and an executive degree from MIT. She is married with two lovely, soccer-obsessed children.