Nelson-Jameson, a food processing distributor, has announced that its president, Mike Rindy, has been recognized as a CEO to Watch, Class of 2023 by Family Business Magazine. The annual award celebrates family and non-family chief executives who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, positioning their businesses for future generations.
Rindy has been leading Nelson-Jameson since 2020 and has successfully navigated the company through the challenges of the pandemic and supply chain disruptions. During his tenure, he has overseen the expansion of the company into new cities and markets while upholding the company’s long-standing commitment to ethical operations that respect people, the community, and the environment.
The company was founded over 75 years ago and remains a family business. Rindy’s leadership has further enhanced its values and legacy by inspiring employees, showing empathy and compassion, and empowering others. He expressed his gratitude for this recognition, emphasizing its focus on leadership for future generations’ benefit and its alignment with Nelson-Jameson’s core values.
Adam Nelson, a fourth-generation owner of Nelson-Jameson and current chairman of the company, praised Rindy’s contributions. He commended his ability to inspire employees while remaining true to family business values. Adam congratulated Mike on this well-deserved recognition.
The November/December 2023 print and online editions of Family Business Magazine will feature Rindy in detail.
Nelson-Jameson is a food processing distributor that specializes in providing products such as packaging materials to customers worldwide. The company is committed to sustainability practices that protect people and the environment while ensuring high-quality products are delivered efficiently.
With Rindy’s leadership, Nelson-Jameson continues to grow while staying true to its family business roots. This recognition from Family Business Magazine is an affirmation of Mike’s commitment to ethical leadership that positions Nelson-Jameson for success in the future generation.