EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – Winnebago Industries (NYSE: WGO) has announced that Jil Littlejohn Bostick has been named the executive director for the Winnebago Industries Foundation and vice president for the company’s corporate responsibility team, effective April 1.
In this role, Littlejohn Bostick will guide Winnebago Industries Foundation’s giving through strategic philanthropy and partnerships and continue to advance the company’s efforts to create a high performing, engaged culture with a focus on giving back to the communities where its employees and customers live, work and play. Littlejohn Bostick will retain her previous responsibilities for the company’s inclusion, diversity, equity, and action initiatives.
“Jil brings strong leadership skills and a proven ability to drive positive change to the role,” says Stacy Bogart, general counsel and corporate vice president and secretary at Winnebago Industries. “We look forward to supporting Jil as she enhances this role and furthers our commitment to helping every person be great, outdoors.”
Prior to joining the company in 2021, Littlejohn Bostick held leadership roles in both the corporate and non-profit sectors including serving as the director of inclusion and diversity at Hubbell Incorporated and as the first female president and CEO of the Urban League of the Upstate. She has also worked as the executive director and CEO for the YWCA of Greenville, South Carolina.
“For more than 65 years, Winnebago Industries has been helping connect people to the outdoors,” said Littlejohn Bostick. “I’m thrilled to continue that work alongside our community partners as we work to inspire new generations of outdoor enthusiasts while mobilizing resources to reach people in need.”
Throughout the past five years, Winnebago Industries has been on a transformative corporate responsibility journey. With bold commitments to people and the planet, the company is positioned to accelerate its progress. Winnebago Industries has stated an intention to double its annual giving by the end of its fiscal 2025 year.