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David Michael & Co. (Philadelphia) announced Nancy Fogg-Johnson and John Stanton have joined its strategic alliance advisory board. As members of the board, they will assist with the mission to strengthen the company’s current corporate partnerships and develop, cultivate and nurture new strategic alliances with food and beverage manufacturers throughout North America.
With a PhD in nutrition and food science from Kansas State University, Nancy Fogg-Johnson currently works as a principal at Technology and Business Ventures, Inc. and is a founder of Nutri+Food Business Consultants. Before forming her company, she was executive vice president of administration at the Wistar Institute and held two vice president positions at Bayer Corporation with responsibility for marketing, market research, medical affairs, strategic planning, regulatory affairs and acquisitions and licensing for North America. Before joining Bayer, she served as vice president basic science at Campbell Soup and vice president research development and quality assurance for the grocery company of Nabisco brands.
John Stanton has been in the food industry for 30 years and has a PhD in quantitative methods and marketing from Syracuse University. He is currently professor and chairman of the food marketing department at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and has served as vice president of marketing for Melitta, as well as worked for Tengelmann in Germany. Stanton was formerly director of research with an advertising agency and has consulted for many nationally known food companies, including Campbell Soup Company, Procter & Gamble, Acme, Kroger, Frito-Lay and Kellogg’s.