Hilary Jones

Years
Microlabs

Hilary Jones

Lush

Before joining Lush more than 20 years ago, Hilary was a campaigner and an activist and had spent some years driving an animal ambulance for a charity and dealing with injured wildlife too. She began working in the Lush factory making soap, then, as the company grew, she worked across many different areas. She is now Lush’s ethics director, spearheading campaigns that speak out on many issues around human rights, animal protection and preserving the environment. Hilary is part of the Lush Prize management committee, an initiative launched in 2012 and the largest international annual prize in the non-animal testing sector, awarding those who have made significant advancements in removing animals from testing.