Time Machine allows NEW members to travel through time
Friday, September 2, 2011
The Network of Executive Women is inviting the cpg/retail industry
to relive the Network’s first 10 years and predict the industry's future
through its one-of-a -kind Time Machine website.
The Time Machine
supersite features video histories from
industry diversity pioneers, including Bridget Brennan, author of Why She Buys; Christy Consler, vice
president of sustainability for Safeway Inc.; Erby Foster, director of
diversity and inclusion for The Clorox Company; Olu Fajemirokun, vice
president, global shopper, Johnson & Johnson; NEW Chair Michelle Gloeckler,
senior vice president, home, for Walmart US; Marie Quintana, senior vice
president, multicultural sales, PepsiCo; Regenia Stein, vice president,
business performance, industry development and communication for Kraft Foods,
and more than a dozen others.
The Time Machine also features profiles of the inaugural inductees
into the CPG Retail Diversity Hall of Fame, a timeline of the Network’s first
decade and much more.
"The Time Machine allows
the Network to look back at 10 years of advancing women in the cpg/retail
industry; lets our members share their personal experiences; honors diversity
pioneers; and helps us look to the future, as much more work is needed to reap
the business rewards that come with nurturing and promoting women leaders,”
said NEW President and CEO Joan Toth.
NEW members are encouraged to record their own video messages live at
the NEW Leadership Summit, Sept. 19-20 in Orlando. They can also visit the Time
Machine site to add their own Network remembrances and predictions for the