Senior Director, Human Resources, Menasha Packaging

Jennifer Twombly is Senior Director, Human Resources for Menasha Packaging Company, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Menasha Corporation based in Neenah, Wisconsin. Since joining Menasha in 2008, Jennifer has served in progressive roles in the HR, sales and business development functions leading up to her current role guiding people strategies across Menasha’s North American businesses. She’s passionate about bringing a service-mindset and progressive thought leadership to the HR discipline, deriving solutions that deliver strategic business impact and developing HR business partner skillsets to support the demands of today’s workplace. Most recently, Jennifer’s played an integral role in shaping Menasha’s equity, inclusion and diversity inclusion culture initiatives. A certified Senior Human Resource Professional, Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication from Colorado Mesa University and is currently a candidate for the Executive Impact Master of Business Administration degree at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, which will commence in May 2022. Prior to joining Menasha, she was with International Paper Company and Packaging Dynamics/Thilmany, LLC.

What do you do when you are not working?
Read, study for my MBA course and try to stay physically active

Where is your happy place?
Any place where my husband, our super active teenage sons and our new pandemic puppy can all be together at the very same time!

Favorite quote:
“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into of his skin and walk around in it.” – from “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee

Favorite meal:
Any grilled/seared seafood with grilled vegetables

Best time of day for you:
Morning, after coffee

Favorite song on your playlist:
Our family “patio” playlist is setting the mood for summer … and “Sailing” by Christopher Cross or “Island in the Sun” by Weezer would rank up there.

What book is on your bedside table?
Currently there are two. “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl (profound read!) is at bat and “Leaders Eat Last” by Simon Sinek is on deck.

What nonprofits are you involved with and why?
Helping others is a big aspect of my life purpose! To support community neighbors in need, I’ve volunteered for and contributed to the United Way for several years and recently started volunteering at the Feeding America food bank. I’ve previously served in Board roles in local chambers of commerce, economic development committees, my children’s school system and our family church. This fall, I’m excited to join an advisory committee for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Graduate School to mentor next generation leaders.

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