Campbell Company of Canada names new president

SC Johnson vet Ana Dominguez takes the helm, replacing Philip Donne

Ana Dominguez New President Campbell Canada Aug 27

Ana Dominguez

The 83-year-old Campbell Company of Canada is starting a new chapter.

Ana Dominguez has been named president of the iconic soup company, replacing long-time Campbell head, Philip Donne. Donne, who was president for 12 years, left the position at the end of July to pursue entrepreneurial ventures, according to the company.

Dominguez joins Campbell Canada from SC Johnson Canada, where she was general manager. She spent the last 17 years with SC Johnson in various marketing and management roles. Prior to becoming GM in 2011, she led SC Johnson’s Puerto Rico and Caribbean operations. She began her career with Procter & Gamble in Colombia.

Mark Alexander, president of Campbell North America, said in a statement that Dominguez brings more than 20 years of experience “in the fast-moving consumer goods sector, both in Canada and internationally, to the role.”

“She has a strong track record of delivering growth and will continue to work to build our position as an industry leader by strengthening our core and expanding into new growth areas,” he added.

Dominguez will be responsible for leading the Canadian business, including brands such as Campbell’s, V8, Goldfish and Pepperidge Farms.

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