Helen recently retired after 31 years in the Consumer Packaged Goods Industry. Her career was spent primarily in the Finance Function with positions in Financial Systems, Supply Chain Finance, Marketing Finance and Planning and Analysis. Ms. McCormack’s experiences within Finance were broad, ranging from designing and implementing financial systems to managing $3.2 billion in Manufacturing and Distribution expenses. Her experiences included supporting Marketing teams in new product launches and more traditional Corporate Finance roles evaluating capital or managing Profit and Loss Statements and Cash Flow. She worked for Mondelez International, Kraft Foods and General Foods and on iconic brands like Maxwell House Coffee, Kool-Aid, Cool Whip and Oreo Cookies.
Helen graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Elementary/Special Education from Boston College and taught for 4 years before earning an MBA from William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business in 1985. At William & Mary she was elected to Beta Gamma Sigma, the business academic honor society.
Helen has served as Treasurer for the Randolph Service Unit of the Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey and is currently an Outreach Coordinator for the St. Bede’s House of Mercy in Williamsburg.