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In the next episode of the "Comparably and Entrepreneur & # 39; s Leadership Lessons" series, presenter Jason Nazar speaks to a woman who is shaking the glass ceiling of a male-dominated industry, Maggie Timoney from HEINEKEN USA – the leading high-end beer importer of the Landes and a subsidiary of Heineken International. From a single brewery in Amsterdam almost 150 years ago, HEINEKEN has grown into a global company and importer of the world's most valuable premium beer brands (Dos Equis, Tecate, Amstel, Red Stripe and more). In 1933, Heineken® returned to the US market as the first imported beer after Prohibition and today proudly employs over 400 people across the country. Timoney will share how she led the company through the pandemic and the most valuable lessons from her 25 year career including:
· The value of having cross-functional experience
· Innovation & rethinking of post-pandemic marketing and experience strategies
· Take an inclusive approach to create a welcoming workplace
· Maintaining flexibility and adaptability in the workplace after the pandemic
· Why talent for the future of Food & Beverage has top priority in the C-Suite
About the speaker:
Maggie Timoney has been CEO of HEINEKEN USA since September 2018. Her career in the company began in 1998 as National Sales Planning Manager for HEINEKEN USA and since then has held several global and management positions, including GM for Canada, SVP of HR in the USA and CEO of HEINEKEN Ireland. Born in Ireland, she received both her BA and MBA from Iona College in New York.
Jason Nazar is the Co-Founder / CEO of Comparably, a leading workplace culture and compensation website. As a serial entrepreneur, investor and consultant, he was previously co-founder / CEO of Docstoc (taken over by Intuit). Jason was named one of the LA Business Journal's Most Admired CEOs and Entrepreneur in Residence for the City of Los Angeles in 2016. The LA native received his BA from UC Santa Barbara and both his JD and MBA from Pepperdine University.