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Kenneth W. Bentley

Vice President of Community Affairs and Educational Programs

Nestle SA

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Nestle SA

Avenue Nestle 55

Vevey, Vaud,1800

Switzerland

Company Description

Nestle with headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland was founded in 1866 by Henri Nestle and is today the world's biggest food and beverage company. Sales in 2003 were over $65 billion. Nestle employs approximately 253,000 people worldwide and has operations in almo... more

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Ken Bentley
Kenneth Bentley is Vice President of Nestlé USA, Inc. He is responsible for community affairs, educational programs, the Nestlé USA Foundation, and Workforce Diversity. Beyond the corporate world, he is an accomplished writer who has written 12 books at the present time. His passion is to tell positive stories about African Americans and young people. He was moved to write the series, "Nestlé Very Best in Youth I, II,", and to highlight the numerous children who do not wait to become adults to actively change the world. Kenneth's curiosity of why some kids succeed and others don't, was a launching point to develop his current project in conjunction with the Institute for Advanced Journalism Studies at North Carolina A&T State University. He is conducting a study of young people from across the country to determine how they achieve success. He plans to present the findings to inner city school officials so these important models for success can be duplicated. He believes in our youth and, he feels it is crucial to teach them that they can get more out of life.


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Ken Bentley
Vice President, Community Affairs and Educational Programs Nestlé USA


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"Nestlé USA is dedicated to America's youth," says Kenneth W. Bentley, Nestlé Vice President of Community Affairs & Educational Programs and author of the Nestlé Very Best In Youth book series, in a comment posted on the organization's website.


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Pictured from left: Ken Bentley, Vice President of Community Affairs and Educational Programs, Nestlé USA; Jerry Rice, NFL Star and Nestlé Very Best In Youth National Spokesperson; Carlson; and Brad Alford, Chairman & CEO of Nestlé USA.


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Kenneth Bentley is Vice President of Nestlé USA, Inc.
He is responsible for community affairs, educational programs, the Nestlé USA Foundation, and Workforce Diversity. Beyond the corporate world, he is an accomplished writer who has written 12 books at the present time. His passion is to tell positive stories about African Americans and young people. He was moved to write the series, "Nestlé Very Best in Youth I, II,", and to highlight the numerous children who do not wait to become adults to actively change the world. Kenneth's curiosity of why some kids succeed and others don't, was a launching point to develop his current project in conjunction with the Institute for Advanced Journalism Studies at North Carolina A&T State University. He is conducting a study of young people from across the country to determine how they achieve success. He plans to present the findings to inner city school officials so these important models for success can be duplicated. He believes in our youth and, he feels it is crucial to teach them that they can get more out of life.


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