After years of partnership with the Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF), ARAMARK Corporation is taking its partnership to new levels, becoming a Catalyst partner of WFF. The partnership is a display of support for WFF’s mission in advancing women leaders.
“Our move to become a Catalyst with Women’s Foodservice Forum is an extension of our core beliefs as a company,” said Gary Crompton, president, business dining of ARAMARK. “Diverse leadership teams lead to stronger companies and more engaged employees. WFF is the leading organization in advocating for gender parity and developing diversity in the workplace, and we are pleased to partner with them.”
ARAMARK’s higher level of involvement will be critical in supporting initiatives to attract, retain, and develop talented women. The firm joins The Coca-Cola Company as the second of two organizations at the Catalyst level.
WFF serves thousands of individuals and hundreds of employers in all segments of the industry including operations, manufacturing, distribution, publishing, and consulting. Through events such as the annual Leadership Development Conference, Executive Summit, and Regional Connects as well as professional development and rich networking opportunities, the group provides the connections needed to assist the careers of women in the foodservice industry.
The group partners with more than 175 foodservice companies. Organizations interested in partnering with WFF can find more details at www.wff.org/partnership.