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Stewart Glendinning, Tyson Foods

Stewart Glendinning, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Tyson Foods.
Tyson Foods

Stewart Glendinning is responsible for the worldwide finance and accounting functions for the largest U.S. food company and represents Tyson Foods on matters involving investors, banks, ratings agencies, auditors and other financial matters, as well as the company's procurement activities. He also leads corporate strategy, identifying organic growth and M&A opportunities.

A member of Tyson Foods' enterprise leadership team, Stewart reports to President and CEO Noel White.

Stewart joins Tyson Foods from Molson Coors Brewing Company, where he served as president and CEO of Molson Coors International. He began his career at Molson Coors in 2005 as chief financial officer for Molson Coors UK and subsequently held the positions of chief financial officer for Molson Coors Brewing, president and CEO of the UK Business, and President and CEO of Molson Coors Canada.

Before joining Molson Coors in 2005, Stewart worked with KPMG and then The Hackett Group, both professional services companies where he held various senior audit and consulting roles.

Stewart earned his bachelor's degree in accounting from the College of William and Mary and a law degree from the University of Miami. He is on the board of North West Company and has served with various organizations within the U.S. Naval Reserve.