PARTNERS

Sanjay K. Morey: Prior to co-founding Twin Ridge Capital Management, Sanjay K. Morey was a...
senior executive at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR). At KKR, Mr. Morey was involved in the investment in U.S. Foods and served on its Board of Directors. Prior to completing his M.B.A., Mr. Morey was with Freeman Spogli and worked in the investment banking division of Salomon Brothers Inc. He holds a B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of California, Los Angeles and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Dale F. Morrison: Prior to co-founding Twin Ridge Capital Management, Dale F. Morrison was CEO...
of McCain Foods, an international leader in the frozen food industry, employing 20,000 people and operating 53 production facilities in 14 countries on six continents. Mr. Morrison was previously President and CEO of Campbell Soup Company and began his career at General Foods and PepsiCo, where he had significant international responsibilities. Mr. Morrison is a board member of International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. and InterContinental Hotels Group, and is Chairman of the Center for Innovation Board at the University of North Dakota. Mr. Morrison holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration from the University of North Dakota.
Christopher D. O'Leary (Chris): Prior to joining Twin Ridge Capital, Christopher D. O’Leary was...
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President for General Mills International.  General Mills is a top global food company, with revenues of $17 Billion and over 40,000 employees in over 100 countries.  Mr. O’Leary also was President Betty Crocker Division and President Meals Division.  Prior to General Mills, Mr. O’Leary spent 17 years at PepsiCo, rising through the marketing ranks.  His last position at PepsiCo was President and CEO Frito Lay Canada.  Mr. O’Leary is a board member of Telephone and Data Services Inc. and CARE.  Mr. O’Leary holds a BBA degree in Marketing from Pace University and a MBA from New York University.
William P. Russell, Jr.: Prior to joining Twin Ridge Capital Management, Bill was...
a partner with Sterling Investment Partners, where he served on the Boards of Directors of All My Sons Moving and Storage, Aurora Parts & Accessories, Lipari Foods, Opinionology, Miller Heiman, Service Logic and Cambridge International. Before joining Sterling, Bill worked successively in the Financial Sponsors and Global Mergers & Acquisitions groups of Lehman Brothers, and before that at Deloitte Consulting. He holds a B.A. from Hamilton College, an M.BA. from Harvard Business School and was a Fulbright Scholar at the National University of Singapore.

SENIOR ADVISORS

John Baldi: Prior to joining Twin Ridge Capital Management, John held the position of...
West Region President for US Foodservice, responsible for P&L of twenty six broadline foodservice distribution centers. Mr. Baldi also held the position of Officer and President of Flemings Convenience Store Distribution Centers and E-commerce business. Previously, Mr. Baldi held positions as East Region President and President of Pittsburgh Distribution Center for Kraft/Alliant Foodservice. Mr. Baldi also has ten years of manufacturing experience with Sweetheart Cup Corporation holding positions in Sales Management, Director of Training and National Product Manager. Mr. Baldi is a graduate of Temple University, Fox School of Business earning a BBA.
Alison Burns: Alison Burns began her advertising career in London in 1984 and worked there...
for 10 years at two of the most-awarded creative agencies in the world, Bartle Bogle Hegarty and BMPDDB. Alison ran accounts spanning from political campaigns to confectionery to fashion before moving to the US, where she became a global marketer for PepsiCo. Returning to advertising as president of Fallon in 1998, Alison led the agency through a five-year period of rapid growth and enviable creative profile, and then spent three years as an independent strategic consultant, working for agencies, client companies and private equity organizations across a range of branding and strategic issues. One of those consulting clients was JWT. Alison joined JWT as CEO in its flagship London office in 2006 and spent 10 years working between London and New York across many of the agency's most significant multinational clients including Unilever, Rolex, and Kellogg's. In 2017, Alison is consulting and coaching at a PR firm, is a non-executive director for Hale and Hearty Soup, and is leading a network-wide leadership project for WPP.