FCPC CEO named a leading woman of influence

9/10/2012

Food & Consumer Products of Canada president & CEO Nancy Croitoru has been named as one of the Top 25 Women of Influence in Canada.

The Top 25 Women of Influence is an annual ranking that provides national recognition to Canada’s top female influencers of the year, whose successful achievements contribute to the Canadian and global economies as well as to their communities.

Croitoru has been at the helm of FCPC since 2003 is also co-chair of the CGF Global Liaison Group, an alliance of consumer goods associations around the world, working together on global initiatives and providing strategic insight and support to the global Consumer Goods Forum.

"I am inspired by so many of the women who have been named and incredibly grateful to the leaders, mentors and my family who have influenced and supported me on my journey throughout my career. It is our duty to encourage the next generation of female leaders to charge forward, grab the opportunities in front of them and make an impact in their fields," said Croitoru on her award.

The achievements of the top 25 women across Canada are highlighted in five industry categories: Women in; Business, Health Sciences, NGO, Professional Services and the Public Sector.

The categories have been chosen because of the exceptional impact that women are having in these areas, and the need for increased recognition beyond those concentrations.

Candidates have been ranked by quantifiable and measureable data, on their influence in their current roles, industry and beyond.

The winners will be profiled in the winter issue of Women of Influence Magazine.

Click here to see the list of finalists.

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