Bob Bernstock has held senior leadership positions

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Bob Bernstock has held senior leadership positions with organizations in both the public sector and the private sector. Within the public sector Bernstock served as the President of the Mailing and Shipping Services division of the United States Postal Service from 2008 to 2010. This was the largest division of the Postal Service, and at that time annual sales revenue was in the neighborhood of $70 billion. As President, Bob Bernstock provided oversight for the Priority Mail Flat Rate box campaign, with the advertising tagline “A Simpler Way to Ship.”

As a private sector business leader, Bob Bernstock held senior leadership positions with packaged goods consumer goods companies for almost twenty years. Additionally, he he was a business leader in the information technology and telecommunication sectors for approximately five years.

Bob Bernstock was employed by the Campbell Soup Company for thirteen years and served as a Corporate Officer for nine of those years. During this time, he held many senior leadership positions and served as President of the International Grocery Division, President of the U.S. Grocery Division, and Executive Vice President of the corporation. Bob Bernstock also spent over three years with the Scotts Miracle-Gro Company as a senior leader. His leadership positions included President of North America and President and Chief Operating Officer.

Bob Bernstock has lived in several cities in the United States and Canada, and in each of these communities Bernstock has volunteered and contributed time to numerous local civic and non-profit organizations. Bob Bernstock is a graduate of Hamilton College and received his MBA from Harvard University.