Denise Morrison

Denise Morrison is president and CEO of Campbell Soup Company. Morrison has a distinguished track record of building strong businesses and growing iconic brands. She became Campbell's CEO in August 2011, after more than eight years at Campbell and more than 30 years in the food business.

Previously, Morrison was executive vice president and general manager of Kraft Foods's snacks and confections divisions. Her extensive food business experience also includes senior leadership roles at Nabisco, Nestle and Pepsi-Cola. She began her career at Procter & Gamble.

Morrison is a founding member of the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation, an initiative of manufacturers and retailers to combat obesity in the marketplace, workplace, and schools. She also serves on the board of the Grocery Manufacturers Association. Morrison was named as a co-chair of the Consumer Goods Forum in 2015 and serves on the organization’s board. Morrison was named to president Barack Obama’s Export Council in 2012. Morrison is a member of the board of directors for Catalyst and is regularly named among the Fortune and Forbes Most Powerful Women lists.

Morrison earned her B.S. degree in economics and psychology from Boston College, graduating magna cum laude. She resides in Princeton, New Jersey, with her husband, Tom, and they have two grown children.