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Hattie Hill Retains Advisory Role of WFF After Serving as its President and CEO

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Hattie Hill Retains Advisory Role of WFF After Serving as its President and CEO

CEO Insight Team

Hattie Hill, an international leadership development expert, professional speaker, best-selling author and globally renowned thought leader who also served as the CEO of Hattie Hill Enterprises Inc for 30+ years is retiring as Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF)’s president & CEO post. The company’s present board chair Denny Marie will serve the position. Effective immediately, position will relinquish Hill’s position as Chair of the WFF Board to assume the president & CEO role until the formal hunt is completed later this year.

During the changeover, position will continue to develop upon work underway to advance WFF's bold mission to ‘Lead the Way’ to gender equity by equipping the food industry with data-driven strategies that accelerate the advancement of women leaders.

Aligning with the bylaws of the organization, WFF Board Chair-Elect Salli Setta, president & chief concept officer of Red Lobster, will be functioning as Chair of the WFF Board.
In her tenure, Hills not only worked as executive consultant to the board & member of the board but also crafted a legacy of championing gender parity in the workplace under her president & CEO role (over past six years). She will continue to serve WFF as an advisory through year-end.

In her tenure, Hills not only worked as executive consultant to the board & member of the board but also crafted a legacy of championing gender parity in the workplace under her President & CEO role



The food industry thought leader, WFF renders research insights and best practice solutions while enabling enterprises to address the pressing need for talent, drive better consumer insights and enhance business performance by realizing the full potential of women leaders. The company that provides tools & resources to assist women develop leadership competencies, enhance their career also partners with food industry to craft work environments where women thrive and companies reap the rewards of a gender-diverse workforce.

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