Corbion Announces Key Personnel Appointments

Corbion announces key marketing and sales executive appointments to support growth in key market in its bakery sector.

LENEXA, Kan.—Corbion announces key marketing and sales executive appointments to support growth in key market in its bakery sector.

Steve Scales, who has lead the national sales account team for three years, has been appointed vice president of sales. in his new role, he will continue to lead this team and drive new opportunities for the bakery market.

Deborah Hodgson has been named national account director, foodservice & supermarket. Since joining Corbion last year, she has focused on creating new opportunities in the foodservice and supermarket channels. In her new role, she will continue this work and lead growth strategies for national account expansion.

Lee Heaton has been appointed director, strategic accounts. Heaton will be responsible for managing national distributor relationships for bakery. Most recently, Heaton has been with the company five years, most recently in the role of global key account manager for Corbion Purac.

Abby Ceule has been named director of marketing communications where she will be responsible for the strategy and execution of positioning Corbion and its products in the North American bakery and food markets. A 10-year veteran of the company, she most recently served as senior marketing manager, bakery, for Corbion Caravan.

Stuti Jhunjhuwala has been appointed director of international business development. Jhunjhuwala joined Corbion in 2011 as category manager. In her new role, she will be responsible for development and execution of market entry and expansion strategy for international markets.

“Each of these individuals will provide the leadership and vision to continue our success," said Bill McGowan, president of Amercias and senior vice president of global bakery, Corbion. “Their expertise is an enormous benefit and demonstrates our commitment to growth."

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