Bringing a Group to SB'24? Explore Our Special Rates for 3 or More!

Salina Toll

Operations Director
Windward Commodities

Salina Toll is Operations Director at Windward Commodities — which develops profitable brands and sustainable supply chains for the benefit of smallholder commodity producers around the world.

She has taken her blue chip experience and put it to even better use at Windward, helping to build scalable and sustainable brands that buy from smallholder farmers. Salina believes that the private sector should play a big role in social and economic change. She cares enormously about the work that Windward does, and really enjoys doing things differently to create opportunities.

Salina Toll is tagged in 4 stories.
How Brands Can Help Turn the Tide on Plastic Pollution in the Caribbean
How Brands Can Help Turn the Tide on Plastic Pollution in the Caribbean

Finance & Investment / Our vision is to embed effective recycling across the region’s islands and enable value-added processing of materials where it makes commercial sense — but we’ve been held back by many challenges. For businesses and brands that sell into the Caribbean, it’s an opportunity to be part of our mission and walk their talk around plastic pollution reduction and circularity. - 2 years ago

Sanitary Products, Soft Drinks and Safety Locks: An FMCG Approach to Fighting Period Poverty in Tanzania
Sanitary Products, Soft Drinks and Safety Locks: An FMCG Approach to Fighting Period Poverty in Tanzania

Product, Service & Design Innovation / 'Period poverty' — in which women and girls struggle to access and afford menstrual products — is particularly bad in sub-Saharan Africa. That’s why a new initiative in Tanzania is taking a 21st-century, FMCG approach to a centuries-old problem. - 4 years ago

Why Ethical Honey Brands Need to Start Making Noise
Why Ethical Honey Brands Need to Start Making Noise

Supply Chain / In an ideal world, mass honey producers would care more about preserving the environment than profits. We need to arm consumers with the right information so they can make the ethical choice. - 5 years ago

4 Steps to Building a Brand That Supports Smallholder Farmers
4 Steps to Building a Brand That Supports Smallholder Farmers

Supply Chain / This summer, whilst working in Barbados, I got my hands on an old drum set and learnt how to play the classic four-on-the-floor disco beat. It felt great to (just about) crack something so quickly, partly because it makes a nice change from the day job — building ethical brands, which takes a lot longer than a couple of weeks. - 5 years ago

Advertisement