A Conversation with Jeff Allar, VP of Human Resources at Stonyfield Farm
Join us as we discuss the challenges and rewards of growing a sustainable business while staying true to your values. Jeff Allar, VP of Human Resources at Stonyfield, will lead us in a dynamic discussion on a variety of topics including the role of a CEO, retaining long-term independence and the moral obligation to disclose, while offering insight on Stonyfield’s experience. This is sure to be a fun and engaging discussion you don’t want to miss!
Date: Friday, February 10th
Time: 5:00 – 7:00pm
Place: Marlboro Graduate Center, 2 North (2nd Floor)
Cost: Members: Free / Non-Members: $5 Suggested Donation
*Donations will be used to help support future events, but are not required for attendance.
Please welcome Jeff to Brattleboro and network with other attendees by joining us for a wine and cheese reception at 5:00pm. Following the reception we will transition into our discussion with Jeff starting at 5:30pm.
About Jeff Allar
Aside from its natural and organic dairy products, Stonyfield Farm is known for doing well by doing good. Jeff Allar, Vice President of Human Resources leads the team that has a track record of being good to its workforce by providing a healthful, productive work place offering opportunities to grow. This commitment coupled with the company’s mission has made Stonyfield Farm one of NH’s most respected employers. Jeff and his team have introduced enhanced wellness programs, smoke-free workplace and Jeff serves as the executive champion for Stonyfield’s Walking Our Talk (SWOT) Team. All of this has led to Stonyfield being recognized as one of the Best Companies to Work for in New Hampshire for the last two years in a row.
Jeff joined Stonyfield Farm in 2008 after 13 years in many roles lastly as the head of Supply Chain Human Resources for Good Humor – Breyers / Unilever Ice Cream in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Jeff’s specialties are workforce learning and development and organizational performance. He has served as a Senior Examiner and Judge for Wisconsin’s Forward Award and as an examiner for the nationally recognized Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. As well, Jeff is currently the Vice President of the Board of Directors for Bridges, the domestic violence and sexual assault organization serving the Nashua community and serves on the Board of Directors for New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility.