Stepping Back to Lead Better (The New York Times)


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Stacy was a religion major and is a member of Dartmouth’s second four-year coeducational class. Her career, Stacy says, includes positions with Richardson-Vicks, Clairol, Parker Brothers, the Gillette Company, and Procter & Gamble. She has served as Keurig’s president since 2008.

Speaking about her professional trajectory to the Times, Stacy says, “I realize that the two times I took myself out of the corporate race really enabled me to become a better leader. It allowed me the freedom to focus on the people and team side of leadership.”

Read the full story, published 11/17/12 by The New York Times.

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