Tupperware Adds Three New Members to its Board of Directors

Tupperware Brands Corporation announced the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors, including Deborah Ellinger, James Fordyce and Timothy Minges.

Ellinger has more than 15 years of experience as a board member for both public and private global entities. In 2019, she was recognized by the National Association of Corporate Directors as a Top 100 Director. Her career experience includes 14 years in private-equity backed companies and executive-level roles, in addition to her current role as Senior Advisor for The Boston Consulting Group. Her global board experience focuses on the intersection of consumer products and services, technology and digitization.

Fordyce is the Co-Chairman of the Board and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Stone Canyon Industries Holdings, Inc., Chairman of the Board of Mauser Packaging Solutions, Inc., and Chairman of the Board of Saint John’s Health Center in Los Angeles. Fordyce brings extensive financial expertise and is well-versed in the direct selling industry and in business-to-business partnership.

Minges has held multiple leadership roles in the food and beverage industry, including c-suite positions where he oversaw critical markets with 30 manufacturing facilities and 30,000 employees. He currently has board director positions with Barry Callebaut AG, Master Kong Beverages (Tingyi) and Taokaenoi USA.

Tupperware is committed to gender diversity, and the appointment of these three new members will make the Board 45% women-led. The company is also committed to increasing its racial diversity.