According to the interview with the Global Icon, Mr. Sheldon Lavin has a high-status profile in the food and meat processing industry. He is also the current CEO and President of the OSI Group.
As the CEO, Mr. Sheldon always stays active in every department of the OSI Group, more so the ones that are involved in the company’s global operations. Perhaps, the priority of Mr. Sheldon is to deliver efficiency and quality. Mr. Sheldon Lavin entered into the business of meat and food processing in 1970. This happened when he was helping Otto & Sons Company solved its financial problem. He managed to evolve Otto & Sons into the OSI Group. Since then, Mr. Sheldon Lavin has grown into a successful food executive with extensive expertise in the industry of meat and food processing.
Moreover, Mr. Sheldon Lavin is a leader with vision. His vision has enabled him to transform OSI Group from domestic food processing company to internationally recognized firm. In that case, Mr. Sheldon is a role model for many young entrepreneurs. By observing Mr. Sheldon business steps, they can understand what it means to lead and serve. Also, Mr. Sheldon has received recognition to the significant strides he has made in the business of meat and food processing industry. It is because of his tremendous job in food industry made IVWA (India’s Vision World Academy) to present him with the Global Visionary Award. He also received the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015. This was as a result of his commitment to providing services to the business community of Chicago. As a leader, Mr. Sheldon is also concerned with environmental sustainability, and he has received several awards regarding the same issue. He hopes that the next generation of entrepreneurs will continue to make the planet a healthy place.
Regarding education background, Mr. Sheldon Lavin is a holder of Bachelor Degree in Finance. This is witnessed from his fruitful career in the finance and banking industry. Additionally, Mr. Lavin was a serious investor and executive before he entered into the business of meat and food processing as an outsider.