Hubbard-Hall Appoints First Female CEO to Lead Company

Molly C. Kellogg, a sixth-generation family member, will lead the company after the New Year.

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Hubbard-Hall Inc. announced a leadership change to become effective the first of the year. Molly C. Kellogg, currently Executive Vice President, will become President and CEO upon the retirement of the current President and CEO, Andrew K. Skipp, on December 31, 2014.  Kellogg and Skipp are 6th generation family members of the company, whose roots date to 1849.

In announcing the organizational change, Charles T. Kellogg (Chairman and CFO), stated, “With 20 years of experience in the company and having worked in virtually every department, Molly has a deep understanding of the company’s internal strengths and external opportunities.  She’s committed to growing the business and brings a unique, long term perspective to our future success.”

Andrew Skipp, who announced his retirement to the Board of Directors on September 4th, has had an impressive 37-year career at Hubbard-Hall, with the last 15 as President and CEO. Under his leadership, the company has enjoyed consistent financial success and implemented key quality initiatives such as Responsible Distribution, ISO and Lean. 

Molly, currently in charge of strategy, sales and business development, earned her MBA from INSEAD (Fontainebleau, France) in 1993 and a BA from Princeton in 1987. 

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