Members move up — starting with Catherine Lindner
Friday, April 19, 2013
of Executive Women members continue to "build business and advance their
careers” across the industry. Congratulations to these women leaders on the
chair Catherine Lindner has joined
Argo Tea Inc. as chief marketing officer. Previously, Catherine served as vice
president of retail marketing for Walgreen Co.
NEW General Counsel Michele Murphy
has been promoted to executive vice president, human resources and corporate
communications at gold sponsor SUPERVALU. She spent seven years as senior vice
president of corporate human resources and labor relations at the retail chain.
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our friends at Deloitte, Kellogg and Wal-Mart
Elizabeth Adefioye has been named
worldwide vice president, human resources for the Cardiovascular Care Franchise
and Global Surgery West Coast at Johnson & Johnson, where she will be
leading the development of broad human resources strategies and the company's talent
management agenda aligned to the business strategy of growth and transformation.
Previously, Elizabeth served as the global head of human resources and vice
president for Novartis Consumer Health.
foundation sponsor The Coca-Cola Company, NEW Atlanta Co-Chair Logistics Chaly Jo Moyen was named vice
president, global marketing and innovation on the Burger King customer team.
She will lead the development of global consumer marketing and innovation
strategies to maximize volume growth and increase the long-term value of the
sponsor Acosta Sales & Marketing has promoted Megan Figliuolo to director, national client insights. In addition
to supporting Acosta clients, she will manage and develop a team of seven
Yes To Inc. sales coordinator Stephanie
Tsang now serves as operations at the gold sponsor company, while Ashley Sharma has advanced from
marketing coordinator to associate marketing manager.
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
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