Bill Lennie, The Home Depot Executive Vice President, will speak about “Building a Values Based Culture,” March 23 at Berry College.
Lennie’s talk begins at 7 p.m. in the Krannert Ballroom and is part of the Berry Center for Integrity in Leadership Lecture Series. This event is free and open to the public.
Lennie has served as president of The Home Depot Canada where he was responsible for the sales, merchandising, ecommerce, supply chain, human resources, IT development and operations of 182 stores in Canada. He also served as the senior vice president of merchandising for the company where he was responsible for global sourcing, proprietary brands, environmental innovation and Your “other” Warehouse, a plumbing distributor owned by The Home Depot.
During his visit to campus, Lennie will meet with Berry business students and take a tour of the Creative Technologies lab, HackBerry.
The lecture series is named for Cecil B. "Buster" Wright III, a 1973 Berry College alumnus who now serves on the Board of Trustees. For more information go to berry.edu/lifeready/priorities/integrity/lectureseries/.