Andrew Ross graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from University of Maryland, Baltimore County. After graduation Andrew spent 5 years leading various Chemical Manufacturing facilities for FMC Corporation before joining the Campbell Soup Company in 2007. Initially he worked on the global rollout of the company-wide ERP system before transitioning into the supply chain organization to lead Network Optimization. In 2011 he joined the manufacturing network when he assumed leadership of the Soup Operation in Sacramento CA where he was accountable for the site’s safety, quality, reliability, and cost performance. In 2013 he transitioned to the North Carolina Manufacturing Plant where he led various teams including Quality, Information Technology, Continuous Improvement, and Operations. While at the facility, in addition to delivering business performance results, he was also responsible for product costing, site budget development, and delivery of the site cost savings program. In 2017 he assumed responsibility for the West Coast Fresh Beverage and Carrot processing plants in Bakersfield CA, Prosser, WA, and Wheatley, ON. In 2019 Andrew left Campbell Soup to lead Operations for the Floyd Development team in Cary, NC.