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Nancy More B.Sc. (Chemistry | Alberta) | MA (SFU)

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Nancy More has focused most of her career on supply and general management in the global brewing industry. During her career, Nancy worked in progressively more senior management positions across Canada for Labatt Brewing Company before moving into the global business with the parent company Interbrew SA. She is also the first female brewmaster in North America.

In 2001 Nancy relocated to Russia, working with SunInterbrew developing the technical operations in Eastern Europe before transferring to her position of Director, Global Technology Development for Interbrew.

Her interest in international business development led her to accept the role of Supply Director, International Beer Supply for Diageo headquartered in London, UK.  In this new position Nancy was responsible for Guinness supply operations in Africa, Seychelles, and Jamaica as well as sitting on the Diageo Africa Executive Committee and the Diageo Global Supply Leadership Team. She was a Steering Committee member for the Diageo Water for Life program which provides access to potable water for 1 million African citizens annually.  

Nancy’s business experience in developing countries has encouraged a passion in the challenges of creating sustainable change through leadership particularly in cross-cultural circumstances. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).

In 2019, Nancy was also presented with an industry Legend Award at the BC Beer Awards. She's also a legend at KPU, too!


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