Patrick Lockwood-Taylor

Chief Executive Officer

Prior to accepting the appointment as CEO for The Oneida Group, Mr. Lockwood-Taylor was Vice President of Personal Health Care North America and Global Digestive Wellness at Proctor & Gamble. In this role, he drove significant strategic interventions to address a rapidly evolving market and increasing competitive pressure to position the category for accelerated growth. His leadership resulted in outstanding business performance and significant growth in both sales and profit for the division over a five-year period.


Jeff Jarrett

Chief Marketing Office

Prior to joining The Oneida Group, Mr. Jarrett served as a Finance and Marketing Executive at Procter & Gamble for over 20 years. During his tenure at P&G he successfully launched brands and product initiatives, developed brand strategies, and executed multimedia marketing campaigns across the Health, Beauty, and Batteries categories.


Jamie Keller

Interim Chief Financial Officer

Jamie Keller previously served The Oneida Group as vice president of finance – operations. Keller joined the company in 2008 as a cost manager and held increasingly responsible positions as he was promoted through the finance organization. Prior to joining Anchor Hocking, he spent 11 years at Honda, where he played a key role in new product development, supported North American manufacturing expansion and served as an international liaison to global finance teams. He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University.



Chief Supply & Operations Officer

Prior to joining The Oneida Group, Sullivan held a number of progressively responsible supply chain positions with Berkshire-Hathaway and Procter & Gamble. Most recently, he was Director of Global Supply Chain Operations for the Duracell business line, and Associate Director of the Walmart Retail Supply and Operations business line. Sullivan served as Associate Director, India and Southeast Asia Product Supply from 2005 through 2009, optimizing P&G’s supply chain, building three factories and synchronizing global and local operations. He also held global and North American supply chain management positions for multiple P&G home care lines of business headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in chemical engineering and in history and humanities from Carnegie-Mellon University, and is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.


Erika Schoenberger

General Counsel

Previously served as Associate General Counsel for The Oneida Group. From 2004 to 2013 Mrs. Schoenberger was an associate and then a partner at the law firm of Frost Brown & Todd. Prior to that, Mrs. Schoenberger was in private practice and served as counsel for Anchor Hocking and Oneida. Mrs. Schoenberger is a graduate of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and the College of Wooster.


Brett Fulford

Executive Vice President, Specialty Business Unit

Brett Fulford joined the Anchor Hocking organization in 1999 as a member of the sales team and has continued to rise through its ranks, primarily in specialty sales roles, over the past seventeen years. Most recently, Fulford served as senior vice president of Sales, Retail and Specialty. Prior to joining Anchor Hocking, Brett spent over 5 years at Norton Abrasives serving on the Engineered Sales Solutions team. Fulford is a graduate of Bowling Green State University.


lisa Tecklenburg

Senior Vice President, Commercial Business Unit

Lisa has more than 15 years of brand management experience, most recently leading the successful turnaround of a $600 million multiproduct portfolio of brands.  She has broad experience in developing brand strategy, driving product development, leading advertising and communication efforts, building customer relations and importantly, training, developing and empowering her organizational teams.  She has an impressive record of quickly delivering both revenue and share growth and has led several strong turnarounds. Lisa attended Indiana University and earned her MBA from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.