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Annita M. Menogan: Corporate Secretary and Assistant General Counsel--Coors Brewing Company. (Executive suite: a spotlight on our clients' top performers).

Annita M. Menogan is Corporate Secretary and Assistant General Counsel of Coors Brewing Company. In her role as Corporate Secretary, she also directs corporate governance for the parent company, Adolph Coors Company, and its subsidiaries, both domestic and international. She serves as a liaison between management and the Board of Directors, and is responsible for management of corporate records. She provides legal counsel for the Company in the areas of corporate law, including compliance with Securities and Exchange Commission and New York Stock Exchange, mergers and acquisitions, executive compensation, finance and treasury.
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Date:Mar 1, 2003
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