Samuel Monnie

Director, Global Marketing Capability, The Campbell Group



Samuel does all he can to create REMARKable learning experiences that cultivate a “Growth Mindset” culture”. Samuel leads the global efforts to build marketing capabilities and the search for and adoption of, best-in-class competitive marketing practices. He does this via “Brand Impact, Marketing Excellence at Campbell” – embedding a consumer first curriculum, a common approach, language, tools and techniques across the company.
Samuel brings industry experience from the Consumer, Durable Goods, Business to Business, Retail, Entertainment, Apparel, and Food industries. Alongside national and global leadership positions on brands such as Grainger, Kenmore, Braun, Duracell, and Safeway with long term roles in the UK, Germany, Switzerland. Samuel serves as Board member for Cathedral Kitchen the largest emergency food provider in Camden, NJ, providing more than 100,000 meals a year. He also serves as Business Advisor & Global Chair for ‘Campbell iD’, a role established to assist the Campbell affinity networks at a critical juncture of their transformation.
Samuel served as an adjunct professor in global marketing and advertising at the Kellstadt School of Business at Depaul University (Chicago), and The University of Wisconsin (Parkside). He earned his B.A. Hons. degree in Marketing & Law from De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, and earned his Masters degree in Marketing from Ulster University, Northern Ireland.
As an expat, he maintains his Brit roots as an avid follower of the mighty Red Devils (beloved – Manchester United Football Club), lover of Indian food and keeping a keen eye on the British music scene. Little known fact about Samuel: he speaks German, French and Ga (Ghana).
Samuel lives in Philadelphia with his wife Lydia. He can be reached via @SamuelMonnie on Twitter, or via LinkedIn.