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Maple Leaf Foods Names New Executive

Maple Leaf Foods Names New Executive


CANADA
Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

Maple Leaf Foods recently ushered in a new era of executive leadership, naming Nadia Theodore as Senior Vice President of Global Industry and Government Relations effective October 13. Theodore will succeed Rory McAlpine, who will retire after 15 years with Maple Leaf Foods.

Nadia Theodore, Senior Vice President of Global Industry and Government Relations, Maple Leaf FoodsTheodore joins the company from the Canadian Government, where she has filled a variety of roles for 20 years. Since 2004, her work has focused on global affairs and trade policy through progressively responsible diplomatic roles in Canada and abroad. Most recently, she served as Consul General of Canada, posted to the Southeastern United States in Atlanta, Georgia. During a post in Geneva, Switzerland, she spent three years as Canada's Counsellor to the World Trade Organization.

Earlier in her career, Nadia was a Senior Policy Analyst and Assistant Regional Manager for the Aboriginal Policy Directorate in Ottawa and Winnipeg, and as a Charities Officer at the Canadian Revenue Agency, as stated in a press release.

Maple Leaf Foods recently ushered in a new era of executive leadership, naming Nadia Theodore as Senior Vice President of Global Industry and Government Relations

Nadia earned her law degree at the University of London and her bachelor's and master's degrees in Political Science at Carleton University in Ottawa.

Michael McCain, President and Chief Executive Officer, Maple Leaf Foods"Nadia's deep experience in global issues, her understanding of government, and her diplomatic skills will be tremendous value to Maple Leaf Foods," said Michael McCain, President and CEO. "We are grateful for Rory McAlpine's long-standing leadership of industry and government relations and we know that Nadia will be an outstanding successor."

Congratulations to Nadia Theodore on this exciting new role!

Maple Leaf Foods
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