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“A Career in the Food and Drink Industry - Sweet Success and travelling the World to find the perfect Pint”

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Rachel graduated in Chemical Engineering in 2000 from Trinity College and then completed a PhD in the Polymer Fluids group at Cambridge. Deciding to combine her love of chocolate with her career, she joined Cadbury (now Mondelēz) on their manufacturing graduate programme and worked in factories throughout Europe, including extended periods in Ireland and Poland. She has worked on chocolate, chewing gum, mints and jellies in a number of different roles including operations, procurement, engineering development, design, commissioning and project management. In 2013 Rachel moved to work for the brewer SAB Miller where she works in a global operational excellence role.  In her talk she will discuss the highs and lows of a career ranging from fudge to Fosters. In 2007 Rachel won IChemE’s Young Engineer of the Year Award.  She is a fellow of IChemE, has been chairman of their Food and Drink Special Interest Group for the past 4 years and is a member of the UK Board.

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