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Sara Lee Schupf

In 1935, Charles Lubin, then in his 30s, and his brother-in-law, bought a small chain of Chicago neighborhood bakeries called Community Bake Shops. Working together, the businessmen expanded their original three stores into a chain of seven bakeries.[1]

Lubin was an entrepreneur who wanted to expand the business. He named a cream cheesecake after his eight-year-old daughter, Sara Lee Lubin (later Sara Lee Schupf), and changed the name of the business to Kitchens of Sara Lee.[1]

In 1956, the Consolidated Foods Corporation bought Kitchens of Sara Lee, and it became one of the company's best-known brand names. In 1985, the name Sara Lee Corporation was adopted for the corporation as a whole.

Sara Lee Schupf

A Weizmann Women & Science Award nominating committee chairwoman, Sara Lee Schupf is currently very involved with advocacy on behalf of increasing the number of women in science, technology, engineering and medicine.[2]

References

  • http://www.weizmann-usa.org/site/PageServer?pagename=2006WomenCommittee
  • http://www.eurekalert.org/multimedia/pub/1604.php?from=82413
  • http://www.weizmann-usa.org/site/PageServer?pagename=gin_women_science_2004
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