VICTOR, N.Y. — The maker of Corona has named a new vice president of corporate reputation and corporate social responsibility.
Amy Martin was promoted to the position at Constellation Brands Inc., where she will lead the development and execution of integrated corporate branding, communications and social responsibility programs. This includes the beverage company’s environmental sustainability, community engagement and philanthropic initiatives.
Martin joined the Victor, N.Y.-based company in 2005 and has held various roles since then across the company’s marketing and corporation communications functions.
“Corporate social responsibility is a business imperative and something I am committed to and very passionate about,” Martin said. “I’m both excited and honored for this opportunity, and I look forward to working locally with my colleagues in Rochester, with teammates across the country, as well as our international counterparts in Mexico, New Zealand and Italy as we continue to find ways to make a bigger, more meaningful impact in our communities and further build upon the strong foundation established over the past 74 years.”
“Constellation Brands’ commitment to operating responsibly and sustainably, and to making a positive difference in communities where we operate, is consistent with the values established by our founder, Marvin Sands,” said Mike McGrew, senior vice president of corporate communications and corporate social responsibility. “There is no one who embodies these values more than Amy. Corporate social responsibility has never been more important, and our team has never been more committed to doing our part to serve as good stewards of our environment, natural resources and our communities.”
Constellation Brands—which also owns brands such as Robert Mondavi, The Prisoner Wine Co. and Svedka Vodka—also recently promoted Mallika Monteiro to executive vice president and chief growth and strategy officer.