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Robert Bernstock is skilled at providing leadership in the corporate, private, and civic arenas

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Robert Bernstock has been involved in a number of civic or non-profit organizations, including serving as director of five organizations, which include the Conference Board of Canada, the Campbell Soup Foundation, and Rowan University’s College of Business Administration. Additionally, Robert Bernstock has served as a director on nine public or private company boards. Among these companies are Nutrisystem Inc., First Brands, VFI Inc., The Pantry Inc., and VerticalNet.

Robert Bernstock has served as a director and executive committee member of both the National Food Processors Association and the U.S. Council on Competitiveness. Both of these organizations are located in Washington D.C. Additionally, Bernstock has served as a Director of the Columbus (Ohio) Chamber of Commerce.

Robert Bernstock is skilled at providing leadership in the corporate, private, and civic arenas. He has successfully led multi-billion dollar corporations through periods of sustained growth. He has been able to accomplish this by developing new products and services. He has also focused on expanding existing product lines for distribution globally. After graduating from Harvard Business School with a Masters of Business Administration, Robert Bernstock worked at General Foofs Corporation for roughly eight years, then joined Campbell Soup Company. Bernstock worked at Campbell Soup Company for the next thirteen years, eventually rising to the level of Executive Vice President.

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