Tupperware Brands Corporation recently announced the appointment of Cassandra “Sandra” Harris as executive vice president and chief financial officer effective April 1, 2019.
Harris succeeds Michael Poteshman, who recently announced his retirement after a 25-year career with the Company. He will remain until March 31, 2019, and provide consulting services through September 30, 2019, to ensure an orderly transition.
“We are pleased to welcome Sandra to our team,” said Tricia Stitzel, president and chief executive officer. “Sandra brings decades of executive experience, including at a global retail company where she developed and led impactful financial and strategic initiatives for the organization. Sandra’s proven record of transforming companies through implementing successful operational, technology and supply chain changes will be extremely valuable to Tupperware. We look forward to benefitting from her leadership as we continue to take decisive actions to deliver sustainable growth and long-term shareholder value.”
Harris joins Tupperware from VF Corporation, an $11.8 billion global corporation with a diverse portfolio of iconic lifestyle brands, where she held various positions of increasing responsibility, including global vice president and chief information officer. Prior to this role, she served as chief financial officer in the Direct to Consumer and Global Supply Chain divisions, where she was responsible for driving VF Corporation’s strategic and financial imperatives globally and across brands related to direct to consumer, supply chain and shared services. Harris began her career at Deloitte & Touche, LLP.