Irene Rosenfeld – Chairman & CEO – Mondelez International

  • Posted by Your Career Your Terms
  • On May 22, 2017
As the Chairman and CEO first of Kraft Foods and now of Mondelez International, she’s been at the top of the “Most Powerful” rankings (Fortune, Forbes, Financial Times, etc) for nearly a decade.  She’s built her reputation as a dynamic and decisive leader, who doesn’t shy away from the tough stuff if she believes it’s […]
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Joan Wainwright – President of Channel & Customer Experience, TE Connectivity; Former SVP, Merck

  • Posted by Your Career Your Terms
  • On May 4, 2017
Today, Joan runs a multi-billion dollar division of TE Connectivity. But if you ask her, she’ll tell you that getting there was anything but straight forward. Nonetheless, by pursuing jobs that genuinely interested her (from education to healthcare to technology) and by taking big leaps when opportunities arose (from communications manager to White House appointee), she’s […]
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Catherine Hernandez-Blades – SVP, Corporate Communications, Aflac

  • Posted by Your Career Your Terms
  • On April 13, 2017
“Don’t let the high heels fool you!” that’s how her male colleagues have come to regard Catherine – a smart, savvy, high integrity, high impact executive. Catherine built her career by boldly taking on the tough assignments no one else could or would and making a success of them. Doing so helped her not only […]
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Margery Kraus – Founder and Executive Chairman, APCO Worldwide

  • Posted by Your Career Your Terms
  • On April 5, 2017
Margery Kraus is someone you can’t help but respect and admire. Still going strong at 70+, she is a self-made woman in every sense of the word – though she is quick to point out she didn’t do it alone. She built her career by doing things that had never been done and working in […]
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Dalila Wilson-Scott – SVP, Community Investment, Comcast Corporation; President, Comcast Foundation; and Board of Directors: Welcome America, Inc., GuideStar and Box.org

  • Posted by Your Career Your Terms
  • On March 16, 2017
Dalila Wilson-Scott followed her passion and successfully navigated her way from supporting mergers and acquisitions at JP Morgan Chase to becoming a leading voice in corporate philanthropy. It doesn’t even take an hour with her to understand why she was named “one of the most influential blacks in corporate America” by Savoy Magazine. Of course […]
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Sarita Nayyar – Managing Director, World Economic Forum US

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  • On March 2, 2017
Born in India, Sarita Nayyar found that not having a brother was the best thing that could have happened to her. The youngest of three girls, she was raised more like a son. That helped her forge a path that led her to study in the US and then land a coveted spot in brand […]
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Cindi Bigelow – President and CEO, Bigelow Tea

  • Posted by Your Career Your Terms
  • On February 27, 2017
Cindi Bigelow was literally born into her role as the 3rd generation head of the family business.  But that in no way should suggest she didn’t fully earn her spot.  Since the age of 16, she’s been working hard to be ready to take her place at the helm. Hear how she has helped the […]
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Gina Boswell – General Manager, Unilever UK & Ireland; Board of Directors, Manpower Inc and Wolverine

  • Posted by Your Career Your Terms
  • On February 13, 2017
Gina Boswell is such a “gem” it’s no surprise to me that she’s now leading “the jewel in Unilever’s crown” as the head of the UK & Ireland. The blending of a warm, grounded personality with a keen intellect and strong drive to achieve is just a wonderful and highly impactful combination. Despite sometimes losing […]
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