Look who’s moving up!
Monday, December 16, 2013
Posted by: Barbara Francella
By Nancy Krawczyk
Let’s end the year with good news about NEW
members advancing at our partner companies. Congratulations and happy New Year
to these friends of the Network:
At NEW gold sponsor Costco Wholesale, Kim
Brown has been promoted to vice president of the company’s Texas region. Kim
started with Costco in 1992 as a front-end supervisor at the company’s
Fairfield, Calif., location and previously served as the region’s assistant
vice president and regional operations manager.
Janet Carter-Smith has been named vice president
of business development at gold sponsor Crossmark. Janet spent 17 years at
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, where she most recently served as vice
president of corporate development.
In related news, Crossmark has acquired
sales and marketing services company PromoWorks, led by general manager and
executive vice president of sales and marketing Julie Beck. Prior to joining
PromoWorks in 2011, Julie held leadership positions at Procter & Gamble,
Johnson & Johnson and Kraft Foods.
Nestlé Waters Canada tapped company leader
Debbie Moore as its new president. In her new role, Debbie is responsible for
the overall operations of Nestlé Waters Canada, including revenue, profit,
market share, environmental stewardship, product quality and customer satisfaction.
She also sits on the executive management team of Nestlé Waters North America.
Prior to her promotion, she worked at the Swiss headquarters of Nestlé S.A. as
global head of customer facing supply chain/customer service, corporate supply
chain. She brings more than 25 years of Nestlé-related experience to the role,
having served in senior sales and customer service roles with Nestlé Canada
Congratulations to one and all!
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.
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