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Monica Turner of Procter & Gamble to co-chair NEW Forum

Monday, January 7, 2013  
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Monica Turner, general manager of market strategy and planning for Procter & Gamble, has been named co-chair of the seventh annual NEW Executive Leaders Forum 2013, July 23-25 at the Terranea Resort in Los Angeles. More than 250 senior executives in the consumer products and retail industry will attend the invitation-only event.

"Monica Turner brings a wealth of experience and unique insights to the NEW Executive Leaders Forum,” said conference designer Trudy Bourgeois, founder and president of The Center for Workforce Excellence. "She is ready and willing to lead with boldness and courage. Women like Monica have the skills and traits necessary for the future growth of their organizations and the industry as a whole. Her contributions to the 2013 Executive Leaders Forum programming will ensure its status as a valuable learning and networking event.”

Turner -- a board member at-large  for the Network of Executive Women -- joined Procter & Gamble as a sales representative in 1987 after serving as a summer intern. In her current role, she leads P&G’s U.S. Market Strategy and Planning organization in North America, its 400-plus employees and an $80 million annual budget.  For the last three years, Turner has been the sponsor and leader of the Strategic Black Leadership Team (SBLT), the African American affinity group for P&G’s customer business development group in North America. She also serves as the customer business development functional leader for North America on the company’s corporate multifunctional African America affinity group, which consists of P&G’s most senior African American leaders. In 2009, Turner was the North American leader for the P&G Global Women’s Network, responsible for defining the early stages of Flexibility at Work for P&G, which launched this year as a Global Flex@Work program.


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