The path to the top is full of twists and turns and looks different for every person. Learn about the diverse journeys of three women in CPG who sit in the C-suite. Hear about their inspirations, mentors, mistakes, and the pivotal moments that led each of them to where they are today.
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- Denise Woodard is the CEO and Founder of Partake Foods, a line of allergy-friendly foods inspired by her daughter's experience with food allergies. Before launching her own company, Denise spent a decade in consumer packaged goods at various Fortune 100 companies and is the first Black woman to raise more than $1 Million publicly for a CPG food startup.
- Karen Jobb is the Chief Customer & Consumer Officer of Amy's Kitchen. She has spent a career in the food industry working her way through purchasing, marketing, product, and sales roles at national companies like Quaker Oats and Clif Bar & Co. Karen is passionate about advancing women and diversity in the industry and is committed to inspiring others, creating a path to opportunity, and constantly learning and getting better.
- Lisa Curtis is the CEO and co-Founder of Kuli Kuli, a company she founded at age 22 after serving in the Peace Corps. She turned an unheard-of superfood into a multi-million dollar business that has a positive impact on thousands of farmers. Lisa is a regular writer for Forbes and a thought leader on how women can turn their passions into professions.