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Military experience prepped Campbell exec for pandemic | Unilever to help women-led businesses, students | Kellogg names new senior VP, global CMO
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September 16, 2020
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Military experience prepped Campbell exec for pandemic
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Toby Johnson, who was named senior vice president of sales at Campbell Snacks this summer, said her experience as a combat helicopter pilot for the Army gave her the skills necessary to lead during a period of extreme disruption. "As a leader, if you can remove obstacles for your team and allow them to shine, that is the best way to operate," said Johnson.
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Unilever plans to issue 250 fellowships to US women-owned businesses amid reports of the economic downturn disproportionately hurting such businesses, and the company will supply nonprofits across the country with educational programming for students lacking these resources at home, said Rob Master, vice president of media and digital engagement. The efforts are part of Unilever's $100 million global campaign to help communities recover from the pandemic.
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Kellogg has appointed Charisse Ford Hughes, a 25-year veteran of the consumer packaged and luxury goods industries, as its senior vice president and global chief marketing officer. Hughes' experience includes stints at Sara Lee, Avon, Estee Lauder and most recently as chief marketing officer at Pandora Americas.
Full Story: Adweek (tiered subscription model) (9/10) 
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PepsiCo is partnering with the US Agency for International Development to support women working in agriculture in Latin America, Asia and the Middle East. The $20 million, five-year program will also assist with the development of sustainable, women-led ag practices.
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The pandemic has many consumers sticking with home cooking, creating new opportunities for food retailers that can feed cravings for restaurant-quality options, Datassential's Jamie Howe writes. Restaurants also continue to fill a role by providing takeout and delivery of popular dishes patrons can't or don't want to prepare themselves.
Full Story: SmartBrief/Food & Travel (9/16) 
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Diversity and Inclusion
Mondelez has committed to supporting minority- and women-owned businesses with $1 billion in annual investments by 2024. The company also plans to address diversity and inclusion issues through its Colleagues, Culture and Communities initiative, which will encompass mentoring, leadership development and other programs.
Full Story: ConfectioneryNews (France) (9/9) 
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Target to increase Black hiring by 20% in 3 years
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As part of a pledge from its most recent Workforce Diversity Report, Target says it will increase its roster of Black workers by 20% during the next three years. Right now, Target's workforce is about 15% Black, and the retailer plans to increase its minority recruiting efforts and provide more advancement opportunities, among other steps for promoting diversity.
Full Story: Progressive Grocer (9/10),  Winsight Grocery Business (9/10) 
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Social justice activism spurred by police violence against the Black community has led to a surge of support for Black-owned restaurants. As part of that support, an initiative called Fuel the People raises funds to purchase food from Black-owned restaurants in New York City and Washington, D.C., to deliver to protesters.
Full Story: Nation's Restaurant News (free registration) (9/14) 
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Yorm Ackuaku began her journey to celebrate the breadth of African cuisine with an Instagram project that eventually led to events, a podcast and a restaurant called Dawadawa in Ghana's capital city, Accra. "It's about amplifying the work of people and having space for these conversations to happen, where people can start collaborating," she says.
Full Story: Food & Wine online (9/9) 
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The Tennessee Distiller's Guild has unveiled a new campaign called Spirited Tennessee Women to highlight female distillers, who for centuries have played a leading role in the industry. The push combines the Walls for Women murals, painted by female artists across Tennessee in celebration of women's right to vote, with the Tennessee Whiskey Trail.
Full Story: ABC News (9/8) 
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WFF News
What you need to succeed during turbulent times can be quite different from business-as-usual leadership. "The ability to move beyond fear and search for potential opportunities within the existing crisis will enable you to innovate in ways that increase your value and set your team up for current wins and future success," says Tamara Ghandour, author of Innovation is Everybody's Business. Learn to become an everyday innovator with Ghandour and other experts at WFF's virtual 2020 Resolve to Thrive Leadership Development Workshops this fall. Read more.
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