Sheldon Lavin, the CEO of OSI Group

Mr. Lavin Sheldon is the CEO and chairman of the OSI group who plans and strategize activities in the OSI International Foods Ltd. Sheldon is the General Trustee of Rush University Medical Center, and before this, he was the director of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

For more than 43 years, he has been in the meat industry doing it as a career. He has given his expertise to the OSI Group and made it successful. As an investor in the company, he manages the company assets to ensure efficient running of the business. He has worked as a banker, and he offers financial consultation. In his position at the OSI Group, he has taken the company to a new promising level and made it global supplying food products to hotels and restaurants. He is the manager of the foreign branches of the OSI Group.

Sheldon has been at the helm of the company, and he has employed over twenty thousand people all over the world, this is what makes him proud and going. He usually directs them efficiently on how to go in different situations. The way he leads is by inclusivity rather than dictatorial or authoritarianism. He involves staff in decision making, and he makes good use of the labor workforce.

1970 is when he directed his career to the meat industry, and he started with arranging finances for Otto and Sons that is now OSI. He has made the meat industry enviable, and he enhanced the sale of the flesh products and hamburgers to Mc. Donalds. The financing of the OSI was secured by Sheldon, and he got part of the ownership there.

In 1975, the OSI firm became international and partnered with Sheldon Lavin after the owner and father to the sons retired. He gave his full services there together with the McDonalds when he accepted.

He has expanded the business to many continents and has won many awards and accolades due to his expertise. He was recognized recently in 2016, India, when he got the Global Visionary Award from the India’s Vision World Academy.

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