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        Anthony Sanzio

        Anthony Sanzio

        Anthony Sanzio
        Vice President-Communications and Public Affairs

        Anthony Sanzio was named Vice President-Communications and Public Affairs in March 2016. He reports to Mark Clouse, President and Chief Executive Officer, and is a member of Campbell’s Leadership Team.

        Anthony leads the company’s internal and external communications, including employee communications, media relations, management presentations and executive communications. He also oversees the company’s community affairs efforts, including the Campbell Soup Foundation, the Healthy Communities program, and employee volunteerism.

        Anthony joined Campbell in 2006 as Director of Corporate Communications, where he led corporate external communications. In 2008, he was promoted Group Director of Corporate and Brand Communications. Anthony was recognized by PR News as the Media Relations Executive of the Year in 2008-2009.

        Before joining Campbell, Anthony spent eight years with Eastman Kodak Company in communications roles including Worldwide Director, Marketing & Communications Services, for the company’s $3.6 billion graphic communications business, and Director, Strategic Communications, in Kodak’s Communications and Public Affairs department.

        Earlier in his career, he worked at Weber Shandwick, a global public relations firm, and at Kirshenbuam Bond & Partners, a New-York based advertising agency. He began his career at J.P. Morgan Investment Management.

        Anthony earned his B.A. degree in English language and literature and letters, with a minor in political science and government, from Rider University.