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Leah Dunmore: A Woman Worth Watching

Each year, Profiles in Diversity Journal celebrates the achievements and personalities of leading women executives, who are nominated by their colleagues, peers, and mentors for their initiative and achievements.

Leah Dunmore, Vice President-U.S. Soup, was selected for the journal’s 2015 class of Women Worth Watching. You can read her profile, featured in the Profiles in Diversity Journal’s May/June issue by clicking here.

“What has drawn me to different roles throughout my career is the breadth of the opportunity, the different aspects of the role, and the ways I believe I can add value to the business,” says Dunmore.

“That’s why the opportunity at Campbell was so exciting to me. It is an iconic brand and a wonderful company—very relationship-driven company—and this was an opportunity to head up an important part of the business in a role that is the perfect marriage of marketing and general management. It impacts all aspects of the business.”

Previous recipients from Campbell include: Irene Chang Britt, President-Pepperidge Farm and Senior Vice President- Global Baking and Snacking, Jackie Scanlan, Vice President-Human Resources, Faith Greenfield, Vice President-Legal and Nancy Reagan, Vice President-Global Walmart.

To read the full article featured in the Profiles in Diversity Journal, click here.

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