• Video: Dondeena Bradley

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    The Critical Role of Collaboration to Achieve Global Nutrition Goals

    Filmed on October 14, 2011, at “Pivot: AIGA Design Conference

    About this video

    PepsiCo is a leading innovator and recognized for its public commitment to deliver growth by delivering nutrition for the world. Achieving these important targets requires more collective, innovative collaborations. To accomplish this, PepsiCo is leveraging skills and resources across the company’s entire portfolio of products, R&D expertise, marketing know-how, supply-chain acumen, customer relationships and partnerships to pursue new advantaged solutions. In this video, Dondeena Bradley discusses how PepsiCo has worked to expand its network of innovation partners to help develop integrative solutions to address global nutrition and health concerns.

    Speaker bio

    Dondeena Bradley is PepsiCo's vice president of global design and development for nutrition ventures. She is responsible for designing and developing holistic solutions that target the special nutritional needs of consumers with diverse health issues, like obesity and diabetes. Bradley’s prior role in PepsiCo was leading the Nutrition Organization, which was responsible for delivering global strategies in the areas of nutrition standards, nutrient fortification and education programs. These three areas help to increase the nutrition capability of global research and development and bolster PepsiCo’s Human Sustainability Performance with Purpose agenda. Prior to joining PepsiCo in 2007, she led the strategic marketing team accountable for the development of nutrition technology platforms and company-wide strategic planning for McNeil Nutritionals, a division of Johnson & Johnson. Previously, she held numerous positions in the areas of nutrition and health with M&M Mars, Stepan Chemical and Campbell Soup. Bradley received her doctor of philosophy in food science from The Ohio State University and her master of science in nutrition from Purdue University. She lives in New York City and is currently involved in several external organizations focused on her passion in the area of innovation.

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