John H. Rittenhouse
Supervisory Board Member at HelloFresh
John H. Rittenhouse was born in Queens, New York, in 1956 and is an American citizen. Mr. Rittenhouse studied at Rollins College (business administration, management and operations), Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee (Executive Masters of Business Administration) and St. Patrick’s Seminary & University (theology). Mr. Rittenhouse has held senior leadership roles at Wal Mart Stores, Inc., LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton, Michaels Stores, Inc. and Target Corporation and has worked as National Practice Partner at KPMG. At Wal-Mart, he was Chief Operating Officer with responsibility for technology, supply chain, logistics, customer care and operations. At LVMH Moët Hennessy, he served as Senior Vice President of Supply Chain and Finance with responsibility for tax and transfer pricing. At Target Corporation, he held the position of Vice President Supply Chain and Inventory Management, where he organized distribution center operations and managed special projects for the CEO. At Michaels Stores he was Vice President Operations and at KPMG he was a partner in the consulting department, advising clients on risk provisioning and operations. In 2007, Mr. Rittenhouse founded Cavallino Capital, LLC, where he now serves as chairman and chief executive officer of the firm’s capital, advisory and subsidiary businesses. His particular focus is on investments and consulting services. He also serves as chairman and chief executive officer at VinAsset Inc. In addition, Mr. Rittenhouse is member of the supervisory board of Jumia Technologies AG (deputy chairman and chair of the audit committee), which’s shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Against this background, HelloFresh SE considers Mr. Rittenhouse to be an independent member of its Supervisory Board. Mr. Rittenhouse was appointed for the first time as member of HelloFresh SE’s supervisory board on 1 November 2015. His current term of one year expires at the end of the Annual General Meeting 2020.