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GSF Leaders Appointed to Charity and Industry Boards


In recent months, several GSF leaders joined charity and industry boards, offering expertise and support to a variety of organizations. Serving on a board enables GSF associates to broaden their leadership skills, heighten their industry influence, and make a positive impact in the communities where GSF does business and where associates live.


For a three-year term beginning in 2024, the Association for Dressings and Sauces (ADS) appointed Trisha McRoberts, GSF’s Corporate Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer, to its Board of Directors. ADS represents manufacturers of salad dressing, mayonnaise, and condiment sauces and suppliers of raw materials, packaging and equipment to this segment of the food industry.


Goodwill of Orange County recently announced the appointment of GSF’s Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Carol Fawcett, to its Board of Directors for a two-year term. The Goodwill of Orange County aims to provide life-changing career opportunities to individuals in the community through its workforce development program and disability and veteran services.


In October 2023, Families Forward appointed GSF’s Group Vice President, Communications, Kate Starr, to serve on its Board of Directors for a three-year term. Families Forward provides housing and other resources to Orange County families in need to prevent and end homelessness. Additionally, the GSF Foundation Irvine Committee has partnered with Families Forward in recent years to support the nonprofit’s mission through volunteerism and donations.


Earlier in 2023, the Opelika Chamber of Commerce appointed GSF’s Group Vice President, Operations, Protein Products, Nate Murphy, to serve on its Board of Directors for a three-year term. The Opelika Chamber of Commerce supports the success of local businesses by building bridges, cultivating community, evaluating businesses, and striving for excellence.

“At GSF, we encourage and support our leaders being actively engaged as leaders and full participants at non-profit and charitable entities as a way of committing our resources, abilities, and efforts to the community through service,” said John Page, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer. “As it’s been said, service is the rent we pay for living on this great earth.”

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