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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Paul Charron

71 2009 Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Denise Morrison

59 2011 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

B. Craig Owens

59 2008 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer

Robert Morrissey

55 2012 Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Vice President

Joseph Spagnoletti

48 2013 Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer

Michael Senackerib

48 2012 Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer

Mark Alexander

49 2012 Senior Vice President, President - Campbell North America

Carlos Barroso

54 2013 Senior Vice President - Global Research & Development

Dave Biegger

55 2014 Senior Vice President - Global Supply Chain

Irene Britt

50 2012 Senior Vice President - Global Baking and Snacking, President - Pepperidge Farm

Ellen Kaden

61 2012 Senior Vice President - Chief Legal and Public Affairs Officer

Luca Mignini

51 2013 Senior Vice President and President - Campbell International

Anthony DiSilvestro

55 2013 Principal Accounting Officer

Yin Woon Rani

2014 Vice President - Integrated Marketing

Edmund Carpenter

71 1990 Independent Director

Bennett Dorrance

67 1989 Independent Director

Lawrence Karlson

70 2009 Independent Director

Randall Larrimore

66 2002 Independent Director

Mary Malone

63 1990 Independent Director

Sara Mathew

58 2005 Independent Director

Charles Perrin

68 1999 Independent Director

A. Barry Rand

69 2005 Independent Director

Nick Shreiber

64 2009 Independent Director

Tracey Travis

51 2011 Independent Director

Archbold van Beuren

56 2009 Independent Director

Les Vinney

64 2003 Independent Director

Charlotte Weber

70 1990 Independent Director

Jennifer Driscoll

Vice President - Investor Relations

Biographies

Name Description

Paul Charron

Mr. Paul R. Charron is Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of Campbell Soup Co. Mr. Charron has a wealth of experience as a board leader and as a seasoned executive of global consumer product companies. In 1995 he became President and Chief Executive Officer of Liz Claiborne Inc., having served for the previous year as Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer. He was elected Chairman of that company in May 1996, and retired as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 2006. He served as Senior Advisor at Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm, from 2008 through 2012. Earlier in his career, Mr. Charron was Executive Vice President of VF Corporation, a large publicly held apparel manufacturer. Before joining VF in 1988, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Brown & Bigelow, a Minnesota-based promotional products firm. He also served as Senior Vice President, sales and marketing, at Cannon Mills Company, and held marketing management positions at General Foods Corporation. Mr. Charron began his business career in the brand management organization at Procter & Gamble.

Denise Morrison

Ms. Denise M. Morrison is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Campbell Soup Co. Ms. Morrison has more than 35 years of experience in the consumer packaged goods industry. She joined Campbell in April 2003 as Senior Vice President and President-Global Sales/Chief Customer Officer, and was appointed President of Campbell USA in 2005. She served as Senior Vice President and President of North America Soup, Sauces and Beverages from October 2007 until September 2010, and as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer from October 2010 until assuming the role of President and CEO. From 1995 to 2003, she was employed by Kraft Foods and Nabisco, serving most recently as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Kraft Foods’ Snacks and Confections divisions. Ms. Morrison began her career at Procter & Gamble in 1975, and later worked at PepsiCo in trade and business development, and at Nestle USA, where she held senior marketing and sales positions.

B. Craig Owens

Mr. B. Craig Owens is no longer Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer of Campbell Soup Co., effective May 1, 2014. Craig has more than 30 years of experience in the food and beverage industry. He came to Campbell from Delhaize Group, where he spent seven years as Executive Vice President and CFO. One of Campbell's large global customers, Delhaize Group is a food retailer headquartered in Belgium with approximately 3,400 stores in 11 countries and more than $28 billion in annual revenues. The company's Delhaize U.S. division includes the well-known supermarket chains Food Lion, Hannaford, and Sweetbay. Before that, Craig held general management and senior financial positions with The Coca-Cola Company and Coca-Cola bottlers from 1981 to 2001, including Alpine Region Director of Coca-Cola HBC, the largest European soft drink company, President and Chief Executive Officer of Coca-Cola Entreprise France, and Controller of all Coca-Cola Company-owned bottlers in the U.S. Craig earned a B.A. degree in politics from Washington and Lee University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania.

Robert Morrissey

Mr. Robert W. Morrissey is Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Vice President of Campbell Soup Co. He joined Campbell in January 2003 as Vice President-Human Resources for Global Sales. He became Vice President-Global Human Resources and the lead HR Generalist for all business units outside the U.S. in May 2004. He was named Vice President-Human Resources, Campbell USA, in August 2004, and his role was expanded to Vice President-Human Resources, North America, in November 2006. From 1997 to 2003, Bob held increasingly responsible human resources roles with Bristol-Myers Squibb, including Senior Director-Human Resources for the company's Pharmaceutical Research Institute and for technical operations, and Director-Human Resources for its ConvaTec division in both North America and, later, in Europe. Previously, Bob spent a decade in finance and human resources leadership roles with Unilever. He has also worked with Exxon and Manufacturers Life Insurance. Bob earned his B.S. degree in business administration from Montclair State University, and his M.B.A. degree from Columbia University.

Joseph Spagnoletti

Mr. Joseph Spagnoletti is Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer of Campbell Soup Company. Spagnoletti will be responsible for overseeing Campbell's global information technology (IT) function and providing IT strategy that will help Campbell meet its business goals. He will continue to advance the strategic IT agenda established by Wright and further develop Campbell's IT organization into a world-class global function. Spagnoletti will be responsible for completing Campbell's SAP implementation and delivering the full benefits of the enterprise resource system for the company. He will lead Campbell's worldwide IT department and manage all technical and application information systems. Spagnoletti has more than 20 years of IT and management experience. He joined Campbell in 1997 as Director IT - Food Service and held several positions of increasing responsibility within the IT function. Most recently, he was Vice President - IT for Campbell North America where he successfully led several key projects, including the implementation of a trade management system and oversight of North American SAP implementations. Prior to Campbell, Spagnoletti spent seven years as an IT Director at Becton Dickinson. He started his IT career at Hospital Computer Systems and also worked at CIC/DISC. Spagnoletti earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Albright College in 1986. He serves on Camden, N.J.-based Cooper Health System's Audit/Ethics Committee.

Michael Senackerib

Mr. Michael J. Senackerib is Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer of Campbell Soup Co., effcetive October 31, 2012. Senackerib was most recently Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at the Hertz Corporation where he held global responsibility for brand and digital marketing, pricing and yield management across all divisions. As chief marketer, he led product management, market research, CRM, and travel partnership marketing. During his tenure, Senackerib enhanced Hertz's marketing capabilities and achieved revenue growth plus profit improvement. Additionally, Senackerib created a customer experience team to improve customer satisfaction and web site conversion, while accelerating revenue growth among high priority customer targets such as young renters. He updated the Hertz brand with new branding and advertising supported by an optimized marketing mix. Senackerib earned his bachelor of arts degree from Lafayette College and his M.B.A. from Columbia University. He serves on the board of directors of Community FoodBank of New Jersey and is a past board member of Navigation Solutions, LLC, the Snack Food Association and the Biscuit and Cracker Manufacturing Association.

Mark Alexander

Mr. Mark R. Alexander is Senior Vice President, President - Campbell North America of Campbell Soup Co. Since joining Campbell in 1989, Mark has held marketing, sales, and management roles in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland, Australia, and Hong Kong. His early roles included Managing Director-U.K. and Ireland; Business Director for the ready-to-serve soup portfolio in the U.S.; Vice President-Marketing for Campbell Canada; and Vice President-Soup and Grocery for Asia Pacific. From 2006 to 2009, he served as President-Asia Pacific, overseeing Campbell's businesses in this region, including Arnott's Biscuits, Arnott's Snackfoods, and Campbell's. He then spent a year as Senior Vice President-Chief Customer Officer and President-North America Baking and Snacking, overseeing all of Campbell's sales teams, including those in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific, as well as Campbell's Pepperidge Farm business. From 2010 to 2012, he had served as President-Campbell International, where he was responsible for the company's businesses in Asia Pacific, Europe, and Latin America. Mark began his career with the D’Arcy, Masius, Benton & Bowles advertising agency, where he held marketing and client services roles. He earned his B.A. degree in economics and political science with honors from Queen's University in Canada. He is currently a member of Industry Affairs Council of the Grocery Manufacturers Association.

Carlos Barroso

Mr. Carlos Barroso is Senior Vice President - Global Research & Development of Campbell Soup Co. He joins Campbell with more than 20 years of experience as an R&D professional. Most recently, he ran his own R&D consulting practice, where he worked with many Fortune 100 clients. Previously, Barroso was Senior Vice President of R&D at PepsiCo, where he oversaw all R&D for PepsiCo Foods, including Frito-Lay North America and Quaker Foods and Snacks, a $27 billion business with more than 800 R&D employees. Prior to that, he held several roles of increasing responsibility within the PepsiCo Foods R&D organization in the United States and internationally. Barroso began his career at Procter & Gamble. Barroso earned his bachelor of science degree in Chemical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he currently serves as Chair of the External Advisory Board for the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. His experience in flavor science has resulted in two patents while at PepsiCo. He has also published articles and presented at conferences worldwide on a variety of topics including Open Innovation and Globalization.

Dave Biegger

Mr. Dave Biegger has been appointed as Senior Vice President - Global Supply Chain of Campbell Soup Company effective April 1, 2014. Biegger joined Campbell in 2005 as Vice President, Strategic Planning, Global Supply Chain. In 2007, he was promoted to Vice President, North America Supply Chain, where he has consistently delivered significant cost savings through network optimization efforts, while also implementing key initiatives related to world-class manufacturing. In his new role, Biegger will also maintain responsibility for the Campbell North America supply chain. Before joining Campbell in 2005, Biegger spent nearly 24 years with Procter & Gamble (P&G) in various positions of increasing seniority. During his tenure, Biegger held multiple supply chain roles in the U.S. and internationally, supporting P&G's Fabric and Home Care and Family Care businesses. Biegger earned his Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Iowa State University.

Irene Britt

Ms. Irene Chang Britt is Senior Vice President - Global Baking and Snacking, President - Pepperidge Farm of Campbell Soup Co. She was appointed Senior Vice President-Global Baking and Snacking in April 2012, and added the role of President, Pepperidge Farm, in August 2012. She reports to Denise Morrison, President and Chief Executive Officer. Irene joined Campbell as Vice President and General Manager-Sauces and Beverages in December 2005. She was responsible for the U.S. Beverage portfolio, as well as the Prego and Pace sauces businesses. Under Irene's leadership, the Sauces and Beverages business delivered three consecutive years of outstanding top- and bottom-line growth, including consistent gains of net sales, market share, and profit on the company's U.S. Beverage business. In 2008, Campbell elevated healthy beverages to one of its three strategic focus areas, along with simple meals and baked snacks. Later that year, Irene was named President-North America Foodservice, leading the company's traditional foodservice business as well as the retail perimeter business across the United States and Canada. Irene was named Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer in October 2010. She led Campbell's global strategy, and she was responsible for Global Marketing Services and Global Consumer and Customer Insights. Previously, Irene spent eight years with Kraft Foods, including positions as Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Salted Snacks division and Post Cereal division. Before that, she spent 12 years at Kimberly-Clark, where she moved up progressively in marketing positions and held key assignments in Sales and Research and Development leadership. As Director of the Washroom Systems business, she played a central role in integrating the Scott Paper business and organization after it was acquired by Kimberly-Clark.

Ellen Kaden

Ms. Ellen Oran Kaden is Senior Vice President and Chief Legal and Public Affairs Officer of Campbell Soup Co. Prior to joining Campbell in April 1998, Ellen was Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of CBS Inc. She began her career as a member of the Faculty of Law at Columbia University, where she taught contracts, civil procedure and commercial law, and later practiced law at Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York City. She is a Trustee Emerita of Columbia University, where she served as a trustee for 12 years and as Chair of the Audit Committee. Ellen earned her B.A. degree from Cornell University and was a Graduate Fellow of the Danforth Foundation at the University of Chicago. After earning her J.D. degree from Columbia University School of Law, she was a law clerk to the Honorable Marvin E. Frankel of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Luca Mignini

Mr. Luca Mignini is Senior Vice President and President - Campbell International of Campbell Soup Co., effective January 21, 2013. Mignini joins Campbell from IGLO Group, Europe's frozen food business. He has been CEO of the company's Findus Italy division since October 2010, and serves on IGLO's board of directors. The Findus brand of family-oriented frozen foods includes vegetables, chicken and fish, and accounts for approximately 40 percent of IGLO's annual sales. Mignini previously spent more than 20 years with SC Johnson working in international and regional roles in Europe, Greater China and South East Asia and Latin America. His last role was Senior Vice-President, Europe, Japan and Australia and New Zealand. Prior to this, he served as Vice President, Central and South East Europe; Vice President, Greater China/ASEAN, developing new routes to market in Korea, Vietnam, Pakistan and other emerging markets; and Managing Director, Andean region where he restructured both product portfolios and production sites. Early in his career, Mignini held positions at Johnson & Johnson and Perugina Buitoni. Mignini will be a member of Campbell's corporate leadership team and operating committee. He holds a bachelor of economics and business administration from Bocconi University, Milan, Italy and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He serves as incoming Chapter Chair for the Young Presidents Organization in Italy.

Anthony DiSilvestro

Mr. Anthony P. DiSilvestro has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of Campbell Soup Company, effective May 1, 2014. Since joining Campbell in 1996, DiSilvestro has held a wide range of senior roles in the Finance organization and in the company's principal business divisions, including Treasurer; Controller; Vice President -- Finance for Campbell North America; Vice President -- Corporate Development and Strategic Planning; and Vice President and Managing Director of Campbell International. In his current position as Senior Vice President -- Finance, DiSilvestro oversees the Controller's function and Financial Planning and Analysis, and he also serves as the senior financial officer for Campbell North America, the company's largest division. Working closely with Mark Alexander, President -- Campbell North America, DiSilvestro has played a key role in restoring the company's North American soup and simple meals business to profitable growth. DiSilvestro earned a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Dartmouth College and a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Before joining Campbell, he served in various senior financial roles at Scott Paper Company and as Chief Financial Officer of Mölnlycke A.B. Health Care.

Yin Woon Rani

Ms. Yin Woon Rani has been appointed as Vice President - Integrated Marketing of the company., effective Jan. 2, 2014. Rani has almost 20 years of global advertising agency experience in account management across multiple sectors, ranging from consumer packaged goods and restaurants to retail and entertainment. She has directed integrated marketing campaigns and pioneered social media efforts for well-known brands, and led multiple new product launches. Prior to joining Campbell, Rani was President, North America, for global media company Universal McCann, the largest operating unit within IPG’s Mediabrands group, where she managed more than $7 billion in billings for the full-service media agency with approximately 1,000 employees. Rani was responsible for all North American operations, including new product and service offerings, strategy and innovation, planning and buying and business development. Additionally, she led significant change management efforts across five offices to upgrade talent and integrate strategy, online and offline media and custom content. Earlier in her career, Rani held positions at Grey Worldwide, where she started her career in 1996. During her 15-year tenure at Grey, Rani oversaw accounts for GlaxoSmithKline, Proctor & Gamble, Hasbro, J.M. Smucker’s Co. and Mars, Incorporated, ultimately achieving the title of Senior Vice President by 2003. Rani holds a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University and a Master of Business Administration from the Stern School of Business, New York University. She is a board member of the Ad Club of New York and a member of Advertising Women of New York, Step Up Network and the media advisory council for the American Association of Advertising Agencies. Rani was also a 2010 Honoree for the New York YWCA’s “Woman of the Year” award.

Edmund Carpenter

Mr. Edmund M. Carpenter is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. He is Chairman of the Finance and Corporate Development Committee and also currently serves on the Compensation and Organization Committee. He is an Operating Partner at Genstar Capital, LLC, a middle-market private equity firm that focuses on investments in industrial technology, life sciences, healthcare services, software and business services. Mr. Carpenter has also served on the board of Altra Holdings, Inc. since 2007. Mr. Carpenter brings to the Board extensive knowledge of organizational and operational management, as well as board leadership experience and financial expertise. From 1998 until his retirement in December 2006, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Barnes Group, Inc. Prior to joining Barnes, he was a Senior Managing Director of Clayton Dubilier & Rice. From 1988-1995, he was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of General Signal Corporation. Earlier in his career, Mr. Carpenter was President, Chief Operating Officer, and a Director of ITT Corporation. During his seven-year association with ITT, he served as Vice President and Group Executive for ITT Automotive Products — Worldwide and as President and Chief Executive of ITT Industrial Technology Corporation.

Bennett Dorrance

Mr. Bennett Dorrance is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Mr. Dorrance serves as Co-Chair of the Governance Committee and is also a member of the Compensation and Organization Committee. He is Managing Director and a co-founder of DMB Associates, a real estate development firm headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, which specializes in large master planned communities. Mr. Dorrance has served on the board of Insight Enterprises, Inc. since 2004, and is also a director of several privately held corporations and partnerships. In addition to his expertise in real estate development and operational management, Mr. Dorrance has extensive knowledge of Campbell Soup Company’s history, organization and culture. As a major shareholder, a descendent of the Company’s founder, and a director who has served on the Board for 24 years, he brings the perspective of a long-term, highly committed shareholder to the deliberations and decisions of the Board.

Lawrence Karlson

Mr. Lawrence C. Karlson is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. He is a private investor and formerly served as an independent consultant for industrial and technology companies. Mr. Karlson has served on the board of CDI Corp. since 1989, and on the board of H & E Equipment Services, Inc. since 2005. Mr. Karlson has broad management, operational, and leadership experience, both from his business career and from his service on the boards of numerous private and public companies in the United States and Europe. He was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Berwind Financial Corporation from 2001 to 2004. Mr. Karlson began his career at Fisher & Porter Co., where he served in various positions of increasing responsibility, including Director and President of U.S. Operations. In 1983, Mr. Karlson formed Nobel Electronics, an instruments manufacturing company that subsequently merged with Pharos AB, where he served as a director and became President and Chief Executive Officer. In 1990 Pharos acquired Spectra Physics. He served the successor company Spectra Physics AB as director and non-executive Chairman until his retirement.

Randall Larrimore

Mr. Randall W. Larrimore is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Mr. Larrimore brings to Campbell strong management expertise, business acumen, board experience and considerable knowledge of consumer marketing and the packaged goods industry. From 2003 to 2005, he was non-executive Chairman of Olin Corporation. From 1997 to 2002, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of United Stationers, Inc., a wholesaler and distributor of office products. Prior to joining United Stationers, Mr. Larrimore was President and Chief Executive Officer of MasterBrand Industries, Inc., a subsidiary of Fortune Brands, Inc. He also served as Chairman and CEO of the Master Lock Company and Chairman of Moen Incorporated. He was President of Beatrice Home Specialties from 1983 until 1988 (prior to its acquisition by Fortune Brands), and held executive positions at PepsiCo, including the position of President of Pepsi-Cola Italy. Earlier in his career, Mr. Larrimore was a senior consultant with McKinsey & Company and worked in brand management with Richardson-Vicks, now a part of Procter & Gamble.

Mary Malone

Ms. Mary Alice Dorrance Malone is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Ms. Malone is an entrepreneur, and a private investor and officer of several private companies. She also serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations and actively participates in various philanthropic organizations. As a descendant of the founder of the Company, a major shareholder, and a director with more than 20 years of service, Ms. Malone brings to the Board extensive knowledge of the Company’s history, organization and culture, and the perspective of a long-term, highly committed shareholder.

Sara Mathew

Ms. Sara Mathew is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Since July 2010, she has served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation. In September 2012, Ms. Matthew announced that she will step down as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Dun & Bradstreet, effective October 7, 2013, and will continue with Dun & Bradstreet to facilitate a smooth leadership transition through year-end. Ms. Matthew has served on the Dun & Bradsheet board since 2008. Ms. Mathew brings to Campbell valuable insight and experience in global business and financial matters. Before assuming her current role at Dun & Bradstreet, she served as President and Chief Executive Officer of that company from January 2010 to June 2010; President and Chief Operating Officer from March 2007 to December 2009; President, U.S. from September 2006 to February 2007; President, International from January 2006 to September 2006; and Chief Financial Officer from August 2001 to February 2007. In her preceding 18-year career at Procter & Gamble, she held a number of executive positions, including Vice President of Finance with responsibility for Australia, Asia and India, and a series of finance and marketing positions, including Assistant Treasurer and Director of Investor Relations, Comptroller for the Paper Products division, and Comptroller and Chief Financial Officer of the Global Baby Care business unit. In 2012, she became a member of the Zurich International Advisory Council.

Charles Perrin

Mr. Charles R. Perrin is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Mr. Perrin brings to the Board substantial experience in and perspective on consumer marketing, business operations and the packaged goods industry. In January 1998 he joined Avon Products, Inc. as Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, and served as Chief Executive Officer of that company from June 1998 to November 1999. From 1994 to 1996, he was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Duracell International, Inc. He joined Duracell in 1985 as President of Duracell USA, and later held a number of other executive positions, including President and Chief Operating Officer of Duracell International, Inc. from 1992 to 1994. He previously worked at Cheeseborough-Ponds, Inc., where he held a series of sales, marketing and general management positions and served as President of the Packaged Food Division. Mr. Perrin began his business career at General Foods Corporation.

A. Barry Rand

Mr. A. Barry Rand is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. In April 2009, Mr. Rand was elected Chief Executive Officer of AARP, the nation’s largest non-profit and advocacy organization. He has been a director of Agilent Technologies, Inc. since 2000 and is also Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Howard University. Mr. Rand brings to the Company’s Board a strong mix of organizational and operational management skills and board leadership experience. From 2003 to 2005, he was the Chairman of Aspect Communications, a leading provider of enterprise customer contact center solutions. During the same period, he also served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Equitant, which manages the order-to-cash process for Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Rand was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Avis Group Holdings, Inc. from 1999 to 2001. He completed his previous 30-year executive career with Xerox Corporation ending as Executive Vice President of Worldwide Operations.

Nick Shreiber

Mr. Nick Shreiber is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Mr. Shreiber brings strong international and operational experience to the Board, with more than 30 years of senior leadership experience in both line management and management consulting. In 2005 he completed an 18-year career at the Tetra Pak Group, a world leader in packaging and processing solutions for food, during the last five of which he served as President and Chief Executive Officer. He previously was a partner with McKinsey & Co., where he spent eight years with engagement responsibility for major clients in Europe and Latin America in diverse industrial and service sectors. Mr. Shreiber served on the board of Radiant Systems, Inc. in 2011, and currently serves on the board of North Highland, an international management consulting company. In addition to his board work, Mr. Shreiber mentors senior executives of corporations on issues relating to leadership, organization and strategy.

Tracey Travis

Ms. Tracey T. Travis is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Ms. Travis possesses valuable business experience and particular strength in the areas of financial management and reporting, brand building and operational management. Before assuming her current role at Estee Lauder, she served as Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer at Ralph Lauren Corporation from 2005 until July 2012, and as Senior Vice President of Finance for Limited Brands, Inc. from 2002 to 2004. From 2001 to 2002, she was Chief Financial Officer of Intimate Brands, Inc., a division of Limited Brands. Ms. Travis served as Chief Financial Officer of the Beverage Can Americas Group of American National Can from 1999 to 2001, and held various management positions at PepsiCo and Pepsi Bottling Group from 1989 to 1999, including Group Manager — Marketing Planning, Chief Financial Officer — Michigan Business Unit and General Manager — Market Unit. She began her career as an engineer with General Motors Corporation in 1983 and went on to work in various financial roles.

Archbold van Beuren

Mr. Archbold D. van Beuren is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Mr. van Beuren brings to the Board wide-ranging skills in operational management and extensive knowledge of the Company, its customers, its products and the food industry. He began his 26-year career with Campbell in 1983 as an Associate Marketing Manager and served in various positions of increasing responsibility, including President of Godiva Chocolatier; President of a division responsible for the North America Foodservice business and the Company’s Canadian, Mexican and Latin American businesses; and Senior Vice President and President — Global Sales and Chief Customer Officer from 2007 until his retirement from Campbell in October 2009. Mr. van Beuren began his career as an analyst with Belden & Associates Investments in 1979 and in 1980 moved to Triton Press, where he was Manager of Sales and Marketing. Mr. van Beuren serves on the board of Bissell Company, Inc. He is a descendant of the founder of the Company.

Les Vinney

Mr. Les C. Vinney is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. Mr. Vinney retired as President and CEO of STERIS Corporation in 2007. He has been a director of Patterson Companies, Inc. since 2008 and served on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland from 2005 through 2010. Mr. Vinney brings to the Board extensive experience and perspective in the areas of accounting, finance and business operations. After joining STERIS Corporation in 1999 as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, he was elected President and Chief Executive Officer of that company from 2000 to 2007. From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Vinney served as a Senior Advisor to STERIS. Prior to joining STERIS, Mr. Vinney worked at Goodrich Corporation, which he joined in 1991 as Vice President of Finance — Specialty Chemicals and where he held successive executive positions until his election as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in 1998. Prior to joining Goodrich, Mr. Vinney held a number of senior operating and financial management positions with Engelhard Corporation. He began his career at Exxon Corporation in 1972 in financial management.

Charlotte Weber

Ms. Charlotte C. Weber is Independent Director of Campbell Soup Co. She is a private investor and President and Chief Executive Officer of Live Oak Properties, a privately-held real estate management company. Ms. Weber serves as the president of several private entities and also actively participates in various philanthropic organizations that assist educational and cultural institutions. As a descendant of the founder of the Company and a major shareholder, she brings to the Board a valuable perspective as a long-term investor with extensive knowledge of the Company’s historical development, organization, governance and culture.

Jennifer Driscoll

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