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Nicki Anderson /Collins Foods

Collins Foods names new non-executive director

The new director has extensive experience in sales and marketing.

Collins Foods Limited has appointed Nicki (Nicole) Anderson as the new independent, Non-executive Director of the Company. 

Anderson will also be a member of the Audit and Risk Committee, and Remuneration and Nomination Committee. She has extensive experience in strategy, sales, marketing, customer experience and innovation within the food, beverage, consumer goods and agribusiness sectors in both Australia and internationally, including senior leadership roles as Vice President Innovation at Cadbury Schweppes Americas (Dr Pepper Snapple) based in New York, Marketing & Innovation Director for Coca Cola Amatil and McCain Foods; and CEO for Powerforce, demoplus, Artel and Retail Facts.

Currently, Anderson is Deputy Chair of the Australian Made Campaign Limited, and Non-executive Director of ASX Graincorp, Craig Mostyn Group, Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, and the Fred Hollows Foundation. Before that she was a Non-executive Director of ASX listed Toys “R” Us ANZ and Select Harvests Limited as well as the former Chair of the Monash University Advisory Board for the marketing faculty.

The appointment is effective Friday, 13 January 2023.

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