EWA congratulates Kirsten Hochberg on appointment to the Board of Managers for East West Tea Company
Updated: Dec 15, 2022
The Exceptional Women Alliance (EWA) is proud to recognize that Kirsten
Hochberg, Exceptional Alliance from Cohort 4, has been appointed to the
Board of Managers for East West Tea Company (EWTC).
Mrs. Hochberg brings an invaluable depth of knowledge to serving on boards
and in advisory roles. She has worked across a variety of business sectors and
has a proven track record in strategic planning, financial growth, operational
efficiency, supply chain and operations.
“Congratulations to Kirsten on her Board appointment to EWTC! She continues
to flourish as a leader and will bring an irreplaceable level of rich expertise to
the board, helping them achieve their strategic goals,” said Larraine Segil, Chair
and CEO of EWA. “When one of our EWAs succeed, we all succeed, and we are
delighted to see Kirsten realize her full potential and continue to make an
“I’m very appreciative of the support and possibilities that EWA has opened up
to me. A year ago, Larraine suggested I join a few boards, and that’s exactly
what happened,” said Mrs. Hochberg.
Kirsten Hochberg, Board of Managers, East West Tea Company
Mrs. Hochberg serves on the Board of Directors at Felbro foods, a contract
manufacturer, KIIT, a conglomerate, and runs her own consulting rm, Omega
Partner Solutions, which specializes in supply chain and operations consulting.
She is a former Private Equity Operator, CEO, and COO. Additionally, Mrs.
Hochberg has over a decade of experience in a variety of industries and interim
executive roles including, COO of a cyber security company, VP of Operations at
a consumer goods company, and Head of Supply Chain at a restaurant
Mrs. Hochberg speaks five languages and serves as a Member of the Board of
Advisors, Women Entrepreneurs Global, Member of the Board of Advisors,
Human Improvement, Board of Advisors, Pure Plus +, and Board of Advisors,
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