Professionals from leading consumer product goods companies, retailers, suppliers and other organizations aligned to the packaging and processing industry will select award winners for the Packaging & Processing Hall of Fame, Class of 2020. This award, instituted in 1971, is the top honor a packaging or processing professional can receive in his or her career. The Class of 2020 will be announced during PACK EXPO International and co-located Healthcare Packaging EXPO 2020 (McCormick Place, Chicago, Nov. 8-11), produced by PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.
The 2020 Packaging & Processing Hall of Fame Commission:
Joe Angel, President, PMMI Media Group and Publisher, Packaging World
Kim Carswell, Director, Packaging, Target
Kay Cooksey, Ph.D., Professor and Cryovac Endowed Chair,
Department of Food, Nutrition and Packaging Sciences, Clemson University
James Downham, President & CEO, PAC Packaging Consortium
Suzanne Fisher, CPP, Head of Packaging Innovation, Wayfair
Mary Gregg, President, Springboard Packaging Solutions, Inc.
Glen Long, Senior Vice President, PMMI,
The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies
Jeffrey Loth, Global Packaging Manager, Microsoft
James Perry, Director, Package Innovation + Sustainability, Abbott Nutrition
Bill Rice, Principal, Packaging Technology, SC Johnson & Son, Inc.
Michael Richmond, Ph.D., PTIS, LLC, Global Management & Packaging Consultants
Thomas L. Schneider, CPP, past Chairman, Institute of Packaging Professionals
and past President, World Packaging Organization
David S. Smith, Ph.D., R&D Executive, Consultant, David S. Smith Associates
Nancy Wilson, CEO, Morrison Container Handling Solutions
Packaging & Processing Hall of Fame members are individuals who have dedicated themselves to the industry through expanding knowledge and volunteer leadership. Any member of the packaging or processing community may submit a colleague for consideration. Nominations will open March 3, 2020 at pmmi.org/hall-of-fame.