Kim Fortunato was named Director-Community Affairs and President-Campbell Soup Foundation in May 2016. Kim is responsible for Campbell’s community affairs strategy and program, including employee volunteerism, Campbell’s Healthy Communities, and enterprise-wide expansion of the community affairs strategies. She joined Campbell in 2010 as the founding Director of Campbell’s Healthy Communities, the company’s signature philanthropic program based on a collective impact approach.
Kim speaks nationally on the role of the private sector in public/private partnerships employing a collective impact approach. In December 2015, the National Academy of Medicine published her report on “The Private-Sector Role in Building Healthy Communities: A Collective Impact Approach.”
Kim earned her B.A. degree in French and comparative literature from Duke University, and her J.D. degree from Widener University School of Law.
July 17, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Women have been successful leaders for thousands of years; today, the role of females in business seems more relevant than ever. During this panel, three inspiring female leaders in the nutrition industry will take us on their personal journeys, sharing roadblocks, successes and experiences that helped get them to where they are now and the … Continued