Dawn I. Rich CEBS MBA

Director, Total Rewards, T. Marzetti Company

Contact Information

T. Marzetti Company
Westerville, OH
US
Email
richdi3@hotmail.com
Dawn is Director, Total Rewards for T. Marzetti Company. In this role, she directs the strategic planning, design, implementation, communication and administration of the company’s compensation, benefits and stock programs. She was previously Director, Benefits for Cardinal Health, responsible for the design, implementation, communication and administration of all health and welfare, wellbeing and financial plans. Prior to Cardinal Health, Dawn held benefits manager roles with Sonoco Products Company and Sears. She also previously held various positions in Executive Compensation with Ameritech Corporation. Dawn has expertise in all aspects of Total Rewards, including 401k, profit sharing, pension, deferred compensation, executive compensation, health and welfare plans and wellness initiatives. She received her B.A., Marketing from North Central College and holds an MBA from Wake Forest University.

Engaging Today's Age-Diverse Workforce 2018 CCA Annual Meeting (October 24, 2018)

Work, Workplace and Workforce Transformation in the Business of the Future 2018 CCA Annual Meeting (October 21, 2018)

Evolution (or Revolution) in Total Rewards 2017 CCA Annual Meeting (October 24, 2017)

Dealing with Proposals: Consultants and Clients Tell Us What They’re Looking For 2014 CCA Annual Meeting (October 20, 2014)

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