Marjorie Goux is Chief Legal Counsel at the quickly growing Clif Bar & Company in Emeryville, California. She thrives the spaces of growth and change where she finds that new categories and changing directions open important and energizing intervals for business and legal innovation. Working together, Marjorie feels high-impact teams can seize these opportunities and meet the challenges of great things to come.
Previously, she served as The Clorox Company’s Chief Counsel for its global strategic partnerships group and as the general business counsel to the Glad Products Company (a Clorox/P&G JV) and Clorox’s North American Homecare business. She began her in-house journey at Hewlett-Packard Company as the Global Trademark and Anti-Counterfeiting Counsel for the Imaging and Printing Division. Her early career included a wonderful time, well spent, as a member of Baker McKenzie’s award-winning private practice IP team, both in London and Palo Alto.
Outside of business, Marjorie passionately seeks ways to disrupt the poverty cycle in this country, and in particular, she advocates for education reform and improving conditions for women and girls in the workplace, home, and school.
Marjorie is a graduate of the University of Washington (BS Chemistry) and University College, London (Honors Law).