Lunch, Learn and Lead with Emily Waldorf, VP, Corporate Strategy, Campbell's
Join LeBow and our Corporate Partner Campbell’s for an in-depth conversation over lunch on inclusion and “earning a seat at the table”.
Lunch will be provided.
Sponsored by LeBow’s Corporate Partner of the Month program.
Guest speaker: Emily Waldorf, Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Campbell’s
Emily Waldorf was named Vice President-Corporate Strategy in 2014, and she was promoted to the Campbell Leadership Team in 2017. She reports to Denise Morrison, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Emily helps set Campbell’s strategic direction and leads the strategic planning process. She measures strategic execution, including maintaining the company’s balanced scorecard, and she conducts competitive analyses. She also develops and maintains comprehensive external development strategies.
Emily joined Campbell in 2012 as Director-Corporate Development, responsible for business development, and merger and acquisition activity, primarily for Campbell’s North American businesses. She helped lead the company’s largest-ever acquisition, Bolthouse Farms, as well as the acquisition of Plum Organics and the sale of Campbell’s European business.
She served as Vice President and Chief of Staff-Office of the CEO from 2013 to 2014, helping coordinate the CEO’s involvement in major company processes and initiatives, and assisting in organizing the work of the Campbell Leadership Team.
She previously held roles in mergers and acquisitions, corporate strategy, and business development as Corporate Development Director at Discovery Communications and Director of Corporate Development at AT&T Corp., and she served as a Special Advisor at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Emily is a member of the Women of Campbell affinity network, an active mentor, a frequent volunteer through Campbell’s corporate social responsibility program, and a passionate supporter of organizations including the United Way, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, and St. Jude’s Hospital for Children.
She was also named to Treasury and Risk magazine’s “30 Under 40” list of outstanding corporate finance executives, and the NJBIZ list of the 2013 “Best 50 Women in Business.”
She earned her B.S. degree in finance from Pennsylvania State University and her M.B.A. degree in strategy and finance from Harvard Business School.
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