Four Questions with PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi and Target’s Brian Cornell on Advancing Women in Leadership

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Friday, April 29, 2016 - 3:30pm

CAMPAIGN: PepsiCo Performance with Purpose

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Indra Nooyi and Brian Cornell have a lot in common. They first met back in 1998, when Indra was leading strategy and business development for PepsiCo, and Brian was managing Tropicana’s North American business. In 2012, they worked together again as colleagues at PepsiCo, growing its global food and beverage business. Today, as chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, Indra is known as an inspiring leader and a champion of diversity. As chairman and CEO of Target, Brian also leads a company that holds up Inclusivity as a core belief.

Now, Indra and Brian are teaming up again—this time, as co-chairs of the Network of Executive Women’s (NEW) Future Fund—an industry-wide campaign aimed at achieving 50/50 gender parity in the workforce. Its goal is to fund technology that will supply industry-specific data, training solutions and collaboration tools to help more women advance their careers and land leadership roles. To do it, NEW is calling on the support of its nearly 10,000 members from the retail and consumer goods and services sectors.

Continue reading here to learn why the goal of supporting women in leadership is important to both Indra and Brian on a personal level.  

Keywords: Diversity & Inclusion | Brian Cornell | Intra Nooyi | Pepsico | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Target | women leadership

CAMPAIGN: PepsiCo Performance with Purpose

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