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3M appoints Fernanda Guarro as its new general director for Mexico

Fernanda Guarro has been appointed to the position of General Director of 3M Mexico, becoming the first Mexican woman to hold this position at the head of the company.

You will be in charge of one of the most important subsidiaries of the company globally. In his new role, Guarro will be responsible for supporting the success of 3M’s operating model. “After almost 75 years of presence of 3M in our country, it is a pride as a Mexican to occupy the important role,” Guarro said in a statement.

Guarro is one of the most experienced women in the supply chain industry in Mexico. He has a master’s degree in Supply Chain Management, along with a Bachelor of Business Administration.

Prior to 3M, Guarro worked for important companies such as Merck, Sanofi, Monsanto and DuPont, occupying positions of increasing responsibility in the areas of Finance and Supply Chain. In 2017, she became the first woman in Mexico to receive the National Logistics Award.

Guarro joined 3M Mexico in 2017 as Director of Supply Chain. Later, she served as Director of Execution and Management of Corporate Affairs, and was responsible for successfully leading initiatives and projects considered by the company “of great impact”, such as the implementation of the labor reform in compliance with subcontracting and the strategy of return to employment. I work throughout Latin America.

Likewise, he served as diversity and inclusion leader at 3M, which is why the company ensures that it has “clear objectives” related to the inclusive commitments of the company, as well as a great interest in continuing to promote 3M’s objectives in terms of sustainability. through science.

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