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Fast Company

Healthy Workplace Cultures Begin or End with Leadership

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Fast Company

Forget B2B or B2C: It’s all about brands for humans (B4H)

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If You Want to Be a Human-centered Leader, You Have to Leave Your Ego at the Door

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Strixus

Relevant, Emotive, Distinctive — The Key to Unlocking Marketing that Connects

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How radical collaboration can unlock today’s biggest challenges

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Accelerate your career by diversifying your career experiences

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The importance of leadership style in shaping your company culture

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Fast Company

Building a 100-year-old company is an everyday action

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Yumi Clevenger-Lee is the Chief Marketing Officer and has the charter to build the Quest Global brand across the globe. Yumi is passionate about brand building and has a proven track record of putting consumers back at the center of new product and campaign development processes leading to better and faster results. 

She has over 18 years of vast marketing experience spanning areas of new product innovation, reinventing brands through purpose, developing engaging campaigns, and creating new communication and business models. Prior to joining Quest Global, Yumi oversaw the marketing strategy and business development of Nestlé Waters’ brands, nurtured a team of 80 marketers, and led the growth for a $4.5B portfolio of 16 brands.

Yumi holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University., She also serves on the national Board of Directors for the community improvement nonprofit Keep America Beautiful®.

Yumi takes great pride in developing business strategies that inspire an organization to think differently and take action. She is a firm believer in “delivering a superior and consistent brand experience and emotionally connecting brands with people.”  She loves to find the intersection of helping brands be both a force for growth and a force for good.