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Veterinary Forum November 2009 (Vol 26, No 11)

Hill's names new president

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    TOPEKA, Kan.—Suzan Harrison has been named President of Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. North America. Harrison joins Hill's from Colgate-Palmolive Company, where she led marketing for its business in the United States. Hill's is a subsidiary of Colgate-Palmolive.

    "Suzan's record of delivering strong business results reflects her focus on innovation and across-the-board functional collaboration," said Neil Thompson, Harrison's predecessor. "Her leadership will help drive Hill's initiatives and our mission to help enrich and lengthen the special relationship between people and their pets."

    Harrison has been with Colgate-Palmolive for 26 years and has built a strong record of success. Since 2006, Harrison served as vice president of marketing for Colgate US. Under her leadership, record-high market shares were achieved in several key categories.

    "I am honored to have the opportunity to lead Hill's North America and I am excited to become part of the team," Harrison said. "I have long admired the Hill's business and look forward to continue building upon our heritage of caring and our commitment to the community and the profession."

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