A U of S alumna working for one of the largest multinational corporations in the world recently made Fortune magazine’s list of the most powerful women.
Carolyn Tastad, currently the group president, North America for Procter and Gamble (P&G) graduated with a bachelor of commerce (honours) in 1983. That same year, she started her career at P&G Canada as an analyst. In her 32 years with the company, she has worked throughout North America, leading business development, strategy, operations and brand integration. She also spent seven years in Switzerland, overseeing global operations for some of P&G’s largest brands.
Read her full profile at Fortune.com.