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Following our friends at Deloitte, Kellogg and Wal-Mart

Thursday, March 21, 2013   (0 Comments)
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Nancy Krawczyk

By Nancy Krawczyk

Network of Executive Women sponsors have been busy building inclusive corporate cultures and leveraging the power of women.

Our friends at title sponsor Deloitte recently appointed four executives to its new Inclusion Leadership team, dedicated to furthering an inclusive culture and opportunities to lead and thrive. Reporting to Chief Inclusion Officer Deborah DeHaas are Julia Cloud, managing partner of Deloitte’s Women's Initiative; Kelvin Womack, managing principal for diversity; Paul Silverglate, managing partner for work-life; and Christie Smith, managing principal for the Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion.

At title sponsor Kellogg Company, Sammie Long is now senior vice president, global human resources, which means she's responsible for the HR functions that govern the company’s more than 31,000 employees around the world. Replacing Long as vice president, human resources, Kellogg North America is Lyn Frantz, who previously served as the company's vice president, human resources, Kellogg North America Supply Chain. The consumer goods giant also elected Mary Laschinger to its board of directors. Laschinger is vice president of International Paper and president of its xpedx division.

Foundation sponsor Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has promoted Karen Roberts to executive vice president and general counsel. Previously serving as senior vice president and president of Walmart Realty, Roberts now manages the department responsible for all legal matters concerning the company's domestic and international markets.

Nancy Krawczyk is vice president of sales and marketing for the Network of Executive Women. She heads a team focused on delivering value to NEW sponsors, strengthening customer relationships and communicating the Network’s message to its stakeholders and the industry.

Views expressed in signed blogs and user comments are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Network of Executive Women or its Officers, Board members and sponsors.

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