Toluna has appointed Lucie Claire Vincent Ortiz to its Board of Directors. As a senior operating executive in multinational consumer product companies, including Colgate-Palmolive Co. and Philip Morris International, she will advise the Board with a particular focus on the needs of this sector.
The insights technology and panel provider, which last year acquired research solutions firm MetrixLab from its Japan-based owner Macromill, Inc., for an undisclosed sum, now has some 2650 employees worldwide and works for more than half of the Fortune 500.
Vincent Ortiz brings extensive experience in evolving organizational culture and ways of working to support business transformation; DEI strategies; and acquisition, retention and promotion programs. She has worked in North America, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and elsewhere, and is also a Qualified Risk Director. She is currently Co-President of the board of directors of the International Women's Forum Connecticut; is an Adjunct Professor at New York University (NYU) for the School of Professional Studies, Master of Integrated Marketing and Communications; and is a mentor and advisor for startups in retail technology, consumer goods and consumer HealthTech.
Toluna CEO Frédéric-Charles Petit comments: 'Lucie Claire is a transformational and innovative leader. Between her vast experience working on the ground with people across the globe, her deep understanding of consumer and market dynamics, and her track record of developing and implementing strategic plans for global categories, she is a natural fit as a member of our Board of Directors. I'm thrilled to work alongside her and to have her counsel as Toluna joins with MetrixLab to create a global force in market research'.
Web site: www.tolunacorporate.com .
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