I’m excited to announce that I will be joining The Campbell Soup Co. as the Global Director of Digital Marketing and Social Media. In this newly created role, I’ll be working alongside some of the smartest minds in the CPG space to transform Campbell into one of the most digitally fit organizations in the world.
Campbell is based in Camden, NJ, just outside of Philadelphia, which means, yes, the kid who was born in Brooklyn and raised in New Jersey is coming back home to the East Coast. Bring on the pizza, bagels and soft pretzels!
Change is constant. Some people loathe change. I love it. Change brings about new opportunity. Change also offers reason to reflect. As I look forward to all that we can accomplish at Campbell’s, I’d be remiss if didn’t say…
Leaving Walgreens was one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever had to make. I can’t say enough about the leadership and the culture. Both, we’re key reasons why I joined the company and both are reasons we were able to create an award winning, best in class Social Media organization. If there’s one company that understands the value of social it’s Walgreens. I often say, social is a horizontal proposition, not a vertical fiefdom. Easy to say, much harder to do. Walgreens embraced that concept and afforded me the opportunity to lead our path toward realizing this end state. My only regret is that I won’t be there to see some amazing initiatives launch in the next few months. If you’re serious about social. If you want to “change the world” as one of team members often shares as his goal, Walgreens is where you should be looking. I wish my team, my colleagues and the organization all the best. Thank you for believing in me.
I plan to bring the same fire, passion, and commitment to innovation to Campbell that’s always fueled the successes of the past. As many of you know, being first has always been one of my key strategic pillars. Expect that to continue. Don’t look away, we’ll be planting several flags across the globe, at Campbell’s!