MINNEAPOLIS (March 12, 2019)—General Mills Convenience & Foodservice is pleased to announce that Abigail Sojka, account executive, has been named a 2019 Change Maker by the Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF) and will be recognized at the organization’s Annual Leadership Development Conference taking place in Dallas March 10-13, 2019.
WFF is honoring young women nominated by their companies who are driving strong business results and exemplify inclusive leadership. Sojka, who joined General Mills in 2016 and currently manages the company’s New England Convenience business, is known by her colleagues for her ability to drive growth, develop deep relationships with her customers and for her strong sense of collaboration with her teammates.
“We are so proud of Abigail who continually proves she is a trusted partner to her customers and colleagues and shares her entrepreneurial spirit to drive business,” said
Shawn O’Grady, group president for General Mills Convenience & Foodservice and chief revenue development officer who also serves on the board of directors for WFF. “We are also proud to be a longstanding partner and supporter of the Women’s Foodservice Forum in its efforts to advance women leaders, driving growth for individuals and organizations.”
About General Mills Convenience & Foodservice
The General Mills Convenience & Foodservice division serves the convenience, foodservice and bakery industries by providing quality products from time-trusted brands along with culinary, nutrition education and marketing resources to help operators succeed. Its distinguished brand portfolio includes Big G Cereals, Yoplait, Nature Valley, Gold Medal, Pillsbury, Chex Mix, Bugles, Gardetto’s and Annie’s. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, the division had fiscal 2018 net sales of $1.93 billion. For more information, please visit www.generalmillscf.com.
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