Chief Sustainability Officer
Robyn Luhning is Wells Fargo & Company’s chief sustainability officer, responsible for driving enterprise Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) programs, and leading progress against the company’s climate and other sustainability initiatives. She is also leading the development of the Wells Fargo Institute for Sustainable Finance, which will serve as a hub for the bank’s climate-related programming and stakeholder engagement. Robyn joined Wells Fargo in 2011 in the company’s first full-time role focused on Environmental and Social Risk Management. Prior to her current role, she was head of strategy and transformation for Public Affairs. Earlier in her career, Luhning advised Fortune 500 companies on sustainability and corporate responsibility strategy. She also held a variety of corporate responsibility roles for large companies and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Madagascar. Luhning is a board member of Living Cities, a national organization focused on closing the racial income and wealth gaps in American cities. She also serves on the board of the Conservation Corps North Bay, a Bay Area-based nonprofit developing youth and conserving natural resources for a resilient, sustainable and equitable community. Luhning earned a B.A. degree in environmental studies from New College, and a master’s degree in environmental management from Yale University.