Meet The President and CEO



J. Renee' Claxton

      • President/CEO of Sort & Pack, Inc. Columbus, Ohio

      President/CEO of Catch of the Day Wholesale Liquidators, LLC, Columbus, Ohio






About the President and CEO


J. Renee' Claxton founded Sort & Pack in 1996.  Renee' had extensive experience in the wholesale and retail industries prior to launching Sort & Pack.  Renee' was educated at The Fashion Institute of Technology and Georgia State University.  With companies such as Limited Brands, Liz Claiborne, Bill Blass and Maggie London, she concentrated her career in overseas production.  Renee's passion and industry knowledge has allowed her to cultivate significant international relationships; therefore, she’s positioned herself as the best person to assist with your fulfillment needs.  

From client meetings to working on the floor with the associates, Renee’ is involved with every aspect of her Sort & Pack company.  Renee' makes sure that every job is completed on time and with accuracy.  Renee' prides herself on the successful and respected reputation both she and Sort & Pack have earned.  She makes herself personally available to all of her clients and welcomes inquiries from all potential clients. 




The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) was created in early 1997 to meet the need for a national standard of certification for women's business enterprises. Endorsed by its corporate partners who understand that sector's needs, the WBENC certification program is provided through a network of established women's business organizations across the country.

The WBENC Board of Directors is comprised of representatives of corporations, women's business enterprises and women's organizations. The Board has endorsed a certification standard and monitors its integrity. A Leadership Council, representing all the women's business organization partners, provides a forum for discussion, serves as a creative hub for sharing ideas, and initiates policy recommendations to be considered by the Board of Directors. A Women's Input Committee (WIC) represents the women's business enterprises and provides insight into the needs and challenges of the women business owners served by WBENC.

WBENC provides partner organizations with comprehensive certification procedures vetted and accepted by national corporations, financial support and training for local staff and volunteers to carry out the certification process in an effective manner. It audits the national certification process and is a guarantor to its supporting corporations that the certification process is diligently adhered to and standards maintained.

The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is a coalition of corporations, regionally focused women's business organizations and representatives of the Women's Business Enterprise community. WBENC enhances contracting opportunities for Women's Business Enterprises (WBEs) through its programs and service that are available throughout the United States.

Corporate members of WBENC have access to an Internet database - WBENCLink - of women's business enterprises that have participated in a rigorous and standardized certification process.

Add your voice by becoming a member of the Women's Business Enterprise National Council. Contact WBENC President Susan Philips Bari at (202) 862-4810 or or for additional information.


Women's Business Enterprise National Council




The mission of the Women's Input Committee (WIC) is to promote, translate advocate the needs, issues and benefits of Women's Business Enterprises (WBEs) and to facilitate corporate and supplier business opportunities for WBE members of WBENC.

Through their representative women business owners from across the country, WIC provides practical information and policy recommendations to the Leadership Council and the Board of Directors.

The WIC conducts surveys to analyze the needs of WBEs and recommends replication of programs that WBENC partners have implemented to enhance and promote business opportunities for WBEs.

The collective mission of WBENC's local partners can best be described as serving the business support needs of America's women-owned and operated small businesses. These organizations, that vary in size and scope of operations, provide access for WBEs to the WBENC national certification standard, help them develop business plans, find capital for growth and identify new markets.



America's corporations, through special WBE initiatives within their companies and support of programs like WBENC's, are paying homage to the importance of diversity in today's marketplace. More than 200 currently accept certifications provided by our partner organizations have provided financial assistance to make the dream of a national certification standard a reality. We are grateful for their support.

Founder's Council

  • Federated Department Stores
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
  • IBM
  • JC Penny
  • Motorola
  • NationsBank
  • PepsiCo Inc.
  • Sears, Roebuck and Co.
  • Wal-Mart Stores

Renee' is also the president and CEO of Catch of the Day Wholesale Liquidators.  Specializing in handling large quantities of units you can rest assured your brand integrity will be protected by following their label and disposition requirements. Catch of the Day is not your ordinary jobber with featured services such as FREE Vendor Storage and Vendor Consignment Services. For more information on these great services and more please click the Catch of the Day logo above.

Sort And Pack Inc.        650 Taylor Station Road, Columbus, Ohio 43230         Fax: 614-868-7686        Call: 614-868-SORT (7678)






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