Black Woman Makes History At The Domino Sugar Factory

As the new refinery manager in Baltimore, Corika White is the first Black woman to lead a Domino Sugar factory in the company’s 99-year history.

What’s happening? 

Corika White, a Black woman with nearly two decades of experience at the Domino Sugar Factory, was promoted to refinery manager at the company’s Baltimore facility. This is the first time a Black woman has been in charge at Domino Sugar in its 99-year history. 

That’s a long time coming! What will she be doing in this role? 

She’ll oversee a $20 million installation project, among other responsibilities. 

Anything else I should know? 

The Baltimore plant produces more than 40 products, employs more than 500 people, and refines more than 885,000 tons of raw sugar a year. 

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