East Rutherford, New Jersey-based MamaMancini’s Holdings, a marketer and manufacturer of fresh deli prepared foods, has announced the appointment of Meghan Henson to its board of directors.
Henson is a senior executive with more than 20 years of experience as a human resources professional, leading HR strategy and execution at global organizations. She is EVP and chief human resources officer at Avantor, a global provider of integrated, tailored solutions for the life sciences and advanced technology industries.
In this role, Hanson is responsible for all aspects of Avantor’s global human resources organization, including compensation and benefits, learning, talent development, workforce management and employee relations. She joined Avantor in January 2021, prior to which she served as CHRO for XPO Logistics and Chubb Insurance.
Earlier in her career, Hanson held various HR leadership roles at PepsiCo and was previously a management consultant at Deloitte, as well as Willis Towers Watson. She was also a William Davidson Institute Fellow at Vietnam National Coal Corporation in Hanoi. She also served as an instructor at ACTY English School in Kyoto, Japan, and Jinan University in Guangzhou, China.
“I am thrilled to join the MamaMancini’s Board, helping to drive this increasingly dynamic and successful family of brands forward as we seek to realize our shared vision of becoming a national platform company,” Hanson said. “I look forward to providing guidance to the management team as we all strive to build long-term value for our shareholders.”
MamaMancini’s Holdings is a marketer and manufacturer of prepared foods with products offered in more than 45,000 grocery, mass, club and convenience stores nationally. The company’s portfolio consists of a variety of high quality, fresh, clean and easy to prepare foods to address the needs of both our consumers and retailers.
“Meghan’s deep knowledge and experience in the human resources field will be an invaluable asset to the company as we evolve into a truly national platform company,” said Adam L. Michaels, CEO of MamaMancini’s. “On behalf of the entire board, I would like to welcome Meghan to the position – we are pleased to have someone of her caliber helping us strive for excellence in our corporate governance initiatives as well as guiding us as we build the culture to compliment and accelerate our ‘one stop shop’ deli solution strategy.”