Sneed Elected to Berry Board

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Berry Global Group Inc. has elected Paula Sneed to its board of directors. She is chairperson and chief executive officer of Phelps Prescott Group LLC, a strategy and management consultancy she co-founded in 2007. Sneed retired from General Foods / Kraft Foods in 2006 after a 29 year career during which she held a variety of marketing, general management and senior executive roles including president of two operating divisions, chief marketing officer, executive vice president e-Commerce and executive vice president, global marketing resources and initiatives.

Sneed is a director of Charles Schwab Corp., TE Connectivity Ltd., The Family Independence Initiative, Turnaround For Children, the Surge Institute, and New Schools Venture Fund. She is a former director of Hercules Inc., Airgas Inc., Communispace Inc., American Marketing Association, Right To Play and Teach For America national and Chicago regional boards. She is also a former trustee of Simmons College and Illinois Institute of Technology. Sneed earned a BA from Simmons College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She received an honorary Doctorate degree in Business Administration from Johnson and Wales University.

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