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Jamie Chrzanowski selected as WFF 2022 Change Maker

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P&G Professional is proud to announce Jamie Chrzanowski, Senior Account Executive for the Foodservice and Distribution team, has been named as a Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF) 2022 Change Maker.

In August 2020, Chrzanowski joined P&G Professional, the away-from-home division of Procter & Gamble, previously working more than a decade in the foodservice industry. WFF’s Change Makers program recognizes and helps build a strong pipeline of women leaders eager to champion the professional growth of others and propel their personal career advancement in the food industry.

[pull quote] “(Jamie’s) drive to help others be successful, tenacity for professional development, and courage to challenge the status quo are her keys to success, especially in this ever-changing and challenging distribution and supply chain environment.”

“We’re so proud of Jamie and the contributions she has made to our business,” said Paul Edmondson, Vice President, North America, P&G Professional. “Her drive to help others be successful, tenacity for professional development, and courage to challenge the status quo are her keys to success, especially in this ever-changing and challenging distribution and supply chain environment. Jamie is a rising star.”

Chrzanowski joins 33 other outstanding leaders in the 2022 class of WFF Change Makers, announced at this year’s 2022 WFF’s Leadership Conference. Based in Austin, Texas, she has a bachelor’s from Oklahoma State University and an MBA from Colorado State University.

“My passion for the foodservice industry began with my love of agriculture,” Chrzanowski said. “I’ve always had a natural curiosity to learn the systems and processes needed to achieve operational excellence and how that leads to exceptional dining experiences. I’m honored to receive this recognition for our organization. My success has only been possible because of the strong team I am surrounded with. P&G’s culture is the best in the industry.”

About WFF

Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF) is the Food Industry’s thought leader on gender equity. WFF leverages research, insights and best practice solutions that enable food companies to address the pressing need for talent, drive better consumer insights and increase business performance by realizing the full potential of women leaders. Working since 1989 to provide the tools and resources to help women build leadership competencies that enhance career advancement, WFF also partners with the Food Industry to create work environments where women thrive and organizations reap the rewards of a gender-diverse workforce. For more information, visit wff.org.

About Procter & Gamble Professional

P&G Professional is the away-from-home division of Procter & Gamble, serving the foodservice, building cleaning and maintenance, healthcare, hospitality, food/drug/mass, and convenience store industries. P&G Professional offers complete solutions utilizing its parent company's scale, trusted brands and strengths in market and consumer understanding. P&G Professional features such brands as Tide® Professional, Dawn® Professional, Cascade® Professional, Mr. Clean® Professional, Febreze® Professional, Swiffer® Professional, Comet®, Spic and Span®, Bounty®, Safeguard®, and its own brand, P&G Pro Line®. Please visit www.pgpro.com for the latest information about how to upgrade your clean with P&G Professional's solutions and services.

Photo credit: P&G Professional team at the WFF's 2022 Leadership Conference. Chrzanowski is fourth from the right. Photo provided by P&G Professional.

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