Company Overview of Women's Foodservice Forum, Inc.
6730 LBJ Freeway
Dallas, TX 75240
Key Executives for Women's Foodservice Forum, Inc.
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Women's Foodservice Forum, Inc. Key Developments
Women's Foodservice Forum Names Hattie Hill as President and Chief Executive Officer, Effective from June 1, 2014
Apr 22 14
Women's Foodservice Forum announced that its board of directors has selected Hattie Hill as the organization's next President and Chief Executive Officer effective June 1. Her vast experience with WFF includes serving as an executive consultant to the board, member of the board of directors for the past six years and interim CEO. As an executive consultant to WFF, she has provided business strategy and oversight related to risk assessment, revenue and operations, as well as spearheaded the creation and implementation of WFF's Global Diversity and Inclusion Initiative. In late 2013, she took on the role of WFF CEO, on an interim basis.
Women's Foodservice Forum, Inc. Names Deborah Schwartz Griffin as Director, Business Development
Jan 21 14
Women's Foodservice Forum, Inc. has named Deborah Schwartz Griffin as Director, Business Development. In this role, Schwartz Griffin will be responsible for business development and sales to generate new strategic relationships and revenue. She recently joined WFF and will be based in Atlanta, GA. An industry expert with more than 25 years of experience, Schwartz Griffin has worked for a variety of companies in foodservice, accounting, and meetings and events, as well as for trade associations, television and radio, and news and production organizations. Most recently, Schwartz Griffin was Director of Sales & Marketing for Trusted CFO Solutions.
The Women's Foodservice Forum Names Hala Moddelmog as Interim CEO
Oct 8 13
The Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF) announced that Hala Moddelmog will serve as Interim Chief Executive Officer. The WFF also announced that Roz Mallet will lead the search committee for a permanent successor to Fritzi Woods, who passed away on September 18, 2013. As former President of Arby's and Church's, and CEO of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Moddelmog brings extensive leadership experience and deep knowledge of the foodservice industry and non-profit world to the WFF. With 18 years in president and CEO roles, she is a multi-dimensional leader who excels in strategic planning, brand development, and marketing.
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