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About Rosalyn O'Neale
Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale was named Campbell’s Vice President-Diversity in November 2008. She reports to Nancy Reardon, Senior Vice President-Chief Human Resources and Communications Officer, and she is part of the Global Human Resources Leadership Team.
Rosalyn leads Campbell’s global diversity and inclusion efforts as we continue our journey to become a more diverse and inclusive culture. She is charged with partnering with our business and Human Resources leaders to evolve our diversity strategy around attraction, retention, training, development, and engagement.
Rosalyn has more than 17 years of global diversity experience from the vantage points of corporate leader, consultant, and author. Most recently, she led a consulting practice specializing in diversity and inclusion training, education, and executive coaching. In addition to North America and Europe, Rosalyn's consulting engagements have taken her to Africa, Asia and Australia. Her experience cuts across a range of industries and cultures.
Rosalyn started her career in Human Resources with Digital Equipment Corporation, now part of Hewlett Packard. She also served as Vice President-Diversity Initiatives for MTV Networks. She is the author of 7 Keys 2 Success: Unlocking the Passion for Diversity, a practical road map for those who seek to create highly effective and inclusive organizations.
Rosalyn attended Indiana University and holds a master's degree in social work from the University of Louisville.