LA FARGE, WIS. – Kate Campbell has been named Vice President of Enterprise Insights and Knowledge Science at Natural Valley. She was promoted alongside Jaclyn Cardin, vp of built-in model advertising and marketing, and Jennifer Lilla, licensed public accountant, vp of accounting and monetary reporting.
Ms. Campbell has 17 years of expertise at Natural Valley. Her earlier roles embody supervisor of compensation and advantages, demand supervisor and director of demand and planning providers. In his new position, he’ll leverage knowledge and evaluation to assist information selections for the farmer-owned cooperative and client model.
Ms. Cardin joined Natural Valley in 2018 as Director of Interactive. Previous to that, she was Senior Director of Digital at Devacurl, the place she ran the corporate’s direct-to-consumer channel. In her new position, she’s going to set up the course of Natural Valley’s built-in advertising and marketing, overseeing promoting, digital advertising and marketing, client communication, and inventive and advertising and marketing operations.
Ms. Lillia joined Natural Valley in 2019 as Senior Director of Monetary Reporting. Previous to that, he was a senior supervisor on the public accounting agency of Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP. In his new position, he’ll oversee Natural Valley’s accounting and monetary reporting, enterprise planning, investor relations, financing and compliance.
The promotions underscore the cooperative’s dedication to gender fairness, mentioned Bob Kirchoff, Government Director of Natural Valley. At this time, ladies maintain 44% of top-level management positions throughout the group and account for almost half of all staff.
“These people have confirmed to be distinctive leaders who’re deeply dedicated to our mission of supporting our farmer-owners with a secure and sustainable value for his or her laborious work and dedication to natural farming,” mentioned Kirchoff. “These promotions acknowledge the very important position your expertise contributes to our capability to perform that mission.”