American Express Global Business Travel (GBT) has named Nora Lovell Marchant as vice president, global sustainability, a new position. The role was created, according to an announcement, to drive and coordinate enterprise-wide green initiatives and enable GBT to achieve targets set out in its sustainability strategy. These include establishing GBT as the leading marketplace for green business travel, attaining carbon neutrality by 2025 and working with clients and partners to drive aviation toward net zero carbon by 2050. Si-Yeon Kim, GBT’s chief risk & compliance officer, said Lovell Marchant has been central to embedding the foundation of sustainability at GBT and helping drive the wider environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda across the organization. Her appointment, said Kim, “underlines GBT’s determination to lead the global business travel industry to a greener future.” As director of global regulatory compliance, Lovell Marchant developed GBT’s sustainability strategy, including the establishment of green targets and the creation of GBT’s sustainability value proposition.