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Ms. Mary Beth West Stone

Vice President of Marketing for the Division

Enhancers

Enhancers

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Marketing Officer
Kraft Foods Inc.

Affiliations

Board Member
JCPenney

Member
Executive Leadership Council

Board Member
The Ad Council

Life Member
Goodman Theatre companies

Board Member
American Beverage Association

Member of Board of Trustees
Kohl Children's Museum

Board Member
Black PR Wire Inc

Education

Bachelor of Science
Management
Nazareth College of Rochester

CBS MBA

Master of Business Administration

Columbia University

bachelor's degree
management
Nazareth College

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MARY BETH WEST – EVP & CMO, KRAFT FOODS, INC. | Black MBA Women

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Mary Beth West is the Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer at Kraft Foods Inc. She is responsible for Consumer Insights & Strategy, Integrated Marketing Communications, Consumer Services, and Sustainability. She also leads the biscuit, gum and candy, and chocolate Global Category Teams.

Prior to this position, in April 2006, Mary Beth was the Group Vice President at Kraft Foods and President of the North America Beverages Sector. She managed a sector with more than $3 billion in revenues, comprised of such iconic brands as Maxwell House coffee, Tassimo, Crystal Light, Capri Sun and Kool-Aid.
Mary Beth began her career in 1986 when she joined General Foods as Associate Product Manager on Maxwell House. She held a number of marketing positions of increasing responsibility in both the Maxwell House and Desserts Divisions. In 1998, she was promoted to Vice President New Business Development to work on new products. The following year, she became Vice President of Marketing for the Enhancers Division, leading efforts on Miracle Whip salad dressing, Kraft Mayo and Kraft Salad Dressings. In 2001, Mary Beth was tapped to run Kraft's Meals Division, a post she held for three years. In late 2004, she was appointed Group Vice President of Kraft Foods and President of the North American Grocery Sector, where she managed brands such as Jell-O gelatin, Cool Whip whipped topping, Grey Poupon mustard and A.1. sauces.
She currently serves on Board of Directors for J.C. Penney Co., Inc. and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Mary Beth has been recognized for her achievements by the Minority MBA's Next Generation of Business Leaders and by Crain's Chicago Business in 2001 for their annual "40 under 40" listing.
Mary Beth received a Bachelor of Science in Management from Nazareth College of Rochester and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University.


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Mary Beth West Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer
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Mary Beth West is Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer, Mondelez International, Inc. She is responsible for Consumer Insights & Strategy, Integrated Marketing Communications, Consumer Services, Sustainability, and Corporate and Government Affairs. She also leads the company's biscuit, gum and candy, and chocolate Global Category Teams. She held the same position at Kraft Foods Inc., the predecessor to Mondelez International, prior to the spin-off of the company's North American grocery operations in October of 2012.
Prior to this, Mary Beth was Group Vice President, Kraft Foods and President, North America Beverages sector, where she managed a $3 billion portfolio of iconic brands such as Maxwell House coffee, Tassimo, Crystal Light, Capri Sun and Kool-Aid. She was named to this position in April, 2006.
Mary Beth began her career in 1986 when she joined General Foods as Associate Product Manager on Maxwell House. She held a number of marketing positions of increasing responsibility in both the Maxwell House and Desserts Divisions. In 1998, she was promoted to Vice President, New Business Development to work on new products. The following year, she became Vice President of Marketing for the Enhancers Division, leading efforts on Miracle Whip salad dressing and Kraft Mayo and salad dressings. In 2001, Mary Beth was tapped to run Kraft's Meals Division, a post she held for three years. In late 2004, she was appointed Group Vice President, Kraft Foods and President, North American Grocery sector, where she managed brands including Jell-O, Cool Whip, Grey Poupon and A.1.
She serves on Board of Directors for J.C. Penney Co., Inc. and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Mary Beth has been recognized for her achievements by the Minority MBA's Next Generation of Business Leaders. She received a Bachelor of Science in Management from Nazareth College in Rochester, N.Y. and an MBA from Columbia University.


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Mary Beth West Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer
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Mary Beth West is Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer, Mondelez International, Inc. She is responsible for Consumer Insights & Strategy, Integrated Marketing Communications, Consumer Services, Sustainability, and Corporate and Government Affairs. She also leads the company's biscuit, gum and candy, and chocolate Global Category Teams. She held the same position at Kraft Foods Inc., the predecessor to Mondelez International, prior to the spin-off of the company's North American grocery operations in October of 2012.
Prior to this, Mary Beth was Group Vice President, Kraft Foods and President, North America Beverages sector, where she managed a $3 billion portfolio of iconic brands such as Maxwell House coffee, Tassimo, Crystal Light, Capri Sun and Kool-Aid. She was named to this position in April, 2006.
Mary Beth began her career in 1986 when she joined General Foods as Associate Product Manager on Maxwell House. She held a number of marketing positions of increasing responsibility in both the Maxwell House and Desserts Divisions. In 1998, she was promoted to Vice President, New Business Development to work on new products. The following year, she became Vice President of Marketing for the Enhancers Division, leading efforts on Miracle Whip salad dressing and Kraft Mayo and salad dressings. In 2001, Mary Beth was tapped to run Kraft's Meals Division, a post she held for three years. In late 2004, she was appointed Group Vice President, Kraft Foods and President, North American Grocery sector, where she managed brands including Jell-O, Cool Whip, Grey Poupon and A.1.
She serves on Board of Directors for J.C. Penney Co., Inc. and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Mary Beth has been recognized for her achievements by the Minority MBA's Next Generation of Business Leaders. She received a Bachelor of Science in Management from Nazareth College in Rochester, N.Y. and an MBA from Columbia University.


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Mary Beth West Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer
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Mary Beth West is Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer, Mondelez International, Inc. She is responsible for Consumer Insights & Strategy, Integrated Marketing Communications, Consumer Services, Sustainability, and Corporate and Government Affairs. She also leads the company's biscuit, gum and candy, and chocolate Global Category Teams. She held the same position at Kraft Foods Inc., the predecessor to Mondelez International, prior to the spin-off of the company's North American grocery operations in October of 2012.
Prior to this, Mary Beth was Group Vice President, Kraft Foods and President, North America Beverages sector, where she managed a $3 billion portfolio of iconic brands such as Maxwell House coffee, Tassimo, Crystal Light, Capri Sun and Kool-Aid. She was named to this position in April, 2006.
Mary Beth began her career in 1986 when she joined General Foods as Associate Product Manager on Maxwell House. She held a number of marketing positions of increasing responsibility in both the Maxwell House and Desserts Divisions. In 1998, she was promoted to Vice President, New Business Development to work on new products. The following year, she became Vice President of Marketing for the Enhancers Division, leading efforts on Miracle Whip salad dressing and Kraft Mayo and salad dressings. In 2001, Mary Beth was tapped to run Kraft's Meals Division, a post she held for three years. In late 2004, she was appointed Group Vice President, Kraft Foods and President, North American Grocery sector, where she managed brands including Jell-O, Cool Whip, Grey Poupon and A.1.
She serves on Board of Directors for J.C. Penney Co., Inc. and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Mary Beth has been recognized for her achievements by the Minority MBA's Next Generation of Business Leaders. She received a Bachelor of Science in Management from Nazareth College in Rochester, N.Y. and an MBA from Columbia University.


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Mary Beth West - EVP & CMO, Kraft Foods, Inc.

Mary Beth West is the Executive Vice President and Chief Category and Marketing Officer at Kraft Foods Inc. She is responsible for Consumer Insights & Strategy, Integrated Marketing Communications, Consumer Services, and Sustainability. She also leads the biscuit, gum and candy, and chocolate Global Category Teams. Prior to this position, in April 2006, Mary Beth was the Group Vice President at Kraft Foods and President of the North America Beverages Sector. She managed a sector with more than $3 billion in revenues, comprised of such iconic brands as Maxwell House coffee, Tassimo, Crystal Light, Capri Sun and Kool-Aid.
Mary Beth began her career in 1986 when she joined General Foods as Associate Product Manager on Maxwell House. She held a number of marketing positions of increasing responsibility in both the Maxwell House and Desserts Divisions. In 1998, she was promoted to Vice President New Business Development to work on new products. The following year, she became Vice President of Marketing for the Enhancers Division, leading efforts on Miracle Whip salad dressing, Kraft Mayo and Kraft Salad Dressings. In 2001, Mary Beth was tapped to run Kraft's Meals Division, a post she held for three years. In late 2004, she was appointed Group Vice President of Kraft Foods and President of the North American Grocery Sector, where she managed brands such as Jell-O gelatin, Cool Whip whipped topping, Grey Poupon mustard and A.1. sauces.
She currently serves on Board of Directors for J.C. Penney Co., Inc. and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Mary Beth has been recognized for her achievements by the Minority MBA's Next Generation of Business Leaders and by Crain's Chicago Business in 2001 for their annual "40 under 40" listing.
Mary Beth received a Bachelor of Science in Management from Nazareth College of Rochester and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University.

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