An Ordinary Guy Who's Led an Extraordinary Life
Elliott Haverlack is a CPG Senior Executive and Change Agent Leader spending much of his 40-year career in the Pet Category. He is a widely sought-after motivational speaker, life coach, and educator.
Throughout his career Elliott has held various C-level roles at companies including H.J. Heinz, Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, and Hampshire Pet Products. He has served as the chief executive for five companies in his career.
Elliott has a strong passion for coaching leaders while transforming companies. After his initial retirement in 2012, he founded Unbundle It LLC - a continuing education, consulting, and executive coaching company. Through this enterprise, Elliott has played a key role as a turnaround and change agent along with being a valued educator for over thirty companies.
Elliott co-founded and was a Principal at Targeted Pet Treats in 2000 and helped build it into a leading long-lasting chew entity in the category. It was heralded for its singular innovative expertise and exceptional customer intimacy.
He joined CJ Foods (Alphia) in 2014 as a long-term consultant; he was selected as a board member there in 2015 and remains in that capacity presently. In January 2018, Elliott volunteered to serve as interim President for a period that lasted for 18 months.
In his career Elliott has served as a board director at seven companies as well as a management board member of another three.
Elliott is a proud graduate of Slippery Rock University (class of ‘80) and holds a BS in Environmental Science. In 2019 he established the Frank and Margaret Haverlack Good Citizen Scholarship at his alma mater, named in honor of his late parents.
Elliott has a long track record of community service working with various youth organizations. He has served as President of his local Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for the Child Advocacy Center of Pennsylvania, and is currently on the board of the Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of Young Life.
ELLIOTT'S LATEST BOOK
From Fear to Fulfillment: A Fight for Faith, Family, and Freedom
In From Fear to Fulfillment Elliott Haverlack shares his inspiring journey and words of wisdom. As he cuts through the weeds of impossibility, his latest book sows the seeds of faith and reaps the harvest of what is abundantly more than one man could have ever expected.
Not only will these tales and commentary inspire you to believe in the power of God, but they will also invite you to step out, speak up, and stand up for a faith that is so desperately needed in the world today.
If not us, who? If not now, when? Say goodbye to fear, and hello to fulfilling the work that God has for you to do – today.
Fun Fact: All proceeds from sales of Elliott's From Fear to Fulfillment book will be donated to charity.
Learn more about our current charity Paws and Stripes here.
Elliott is beyond excited to announce that the first charity From Fear to Fulfillment profits will be donated to - Paws and Stripes! This amazing organization is dedicated to providing service dogs at no cost to veterans. Paws and Stripes is committed to helping veterans, rescued and rehabilitated shelter dogs, and service dogs!
After completing From Fear to Fulfillment Elliott knew he wanted to donate any profits from this book to charity - he wasn’t interested in making money off his writing and started looking for a new organization to support.
As a dog-lover who spent the vast majority of his career in the petfood industry, Elliott was immediately drawn to the Paws and Stripes organization. His love of animals coupled with his passion for helping those who have served our country made them a natural choice.
Elliott is happy to share that all profits from book sales through the end of the year will will be donated to Paws and Stripes. A minimum commitment to donate $1,000 has been made - help Elliott surpass that number by purchasing your copy today!
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Elliott has started a newsletter to to help others have the tools and inspiration to help examine and critically think about some of the biggest issues our country and communities are facing.
He'll be sharing tidbits from history, current news stories that need attention, and personal anticdotes. Elliott will also be offering up some tips on how to best communicate your message in a clear and effective way.
This is a very casual newsletter that will be sent no more than two or three times a month - Elliott hopes that subscribers will find it's contents both interesting and useful.