Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources and Communications Officer (retired)
Campbell Soup Company
Nancy Reardon is seasoned independent board member having served as a director of Warnaco Group Inc. since 2006. She previously served as a director of Elmer’s Products Inc., Wise Foods Inc. and Borden Foods, while they were private companies controlled by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR). Nancy is active in the Corporate Governance arena and is a member of NACD, co-chairs Women Corporate Directors, Philadelphia Chapter and serves on Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business Center for Corporate Governance Board of Advisors. She also is a director of the Girl Scouts of the United States and the Adirondack Museum.
Until her retirement from the Campbell Soup Company in July 2012, Nancy was the Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources and Communications Officer and a member of the executive team. Nancy partnered with the CEO to significantly change the corporate culture, which led to the company being recognized as a Best Place to Work. The company also received the prestigious Catalyst Award.
Prior to joining Campbell, Nancy was the Executive Vice President of Human Resources for Comcast Cable Communications, Inc., where she co-led the integration of AT&T Broadband. Before holding that position, she was Partner and Executive Vice President, of Borden Capital Management. There she was involved in a number of mergers and acquisitions for operating companies held by KKR in the food and chemical industries. Her previous experience includes heading the human resources and communications functions for Duracell, Inc., and holding roles with American Express and Avon after beginning her career with General Electric.
Nancy is a graduate of Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., with a B.S. degree in psychology with honors. She earned her M.S. degree in social psychology from Syracuse University.
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