McDonalds women leaders build on the companys legacy

McDonald's women leaders build on the company's legacy

McDonald’s U.S. leadership team draws from a proud history and set of values that made the company an icon of American business.

Meet the women on McDonald’s U.S. executive team who continue to build McDonald's legacy and ensure its Golden Arches shine bright.

Marion Gross, Chief Supply Chain Officer, North America 

Marion Gross (pictured above) serves as Chief Supply Chain Officer, North America. In this position, she is responsible for executing the strategic direction of McDonald’s Supply Chain, including the oversight of nearly $14 billion in food and beverage, equipment, packaging and premiums and distribution for more than 15,000 restaurants across the U.S. and Canada.

Michelle Borninkhof, CIO and Vice President, U.S. Technology

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Michelle Borninkhof is a strategic and top-performing technology executive and corporate officer with experience in global software development and implementations, technology and business operations, multi-country and multi-site technology delivery centers, as well as having a diverse business background with expertise in logistics, distribution, retail operations and portfolio management.  

Morgan Flatley, Chief Marketing Officer, McDonald’s U.S.

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Morgan Flatley has a reputation for her strategic vision and building iconic brands. Combining her curiosity for consumer insights and passion for creative, Morgan has built award-winning marketing campaigns responsible for driving connections with consumers and growth for multiple global brands.

Mahrukh Hussain, General Counsel, McDonald’s USA 

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Mahrukh Hussain is directly responsible for overseeing a wide scope of legal issues affecting the U.S. business of McDonald’s Corporation, including franchising, real estate, safety and security, litigation, technology, supply chain and marketing. 

Melissa Kersey, Chief People Officer, McDonald’s USA

Melissa Kersey

Melissa Kersey is leading the efforts in the U.S. to evolve its People practices to further accelerate growth and drive meaningful results for employees, business partners and the company. 

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Cathy Engelbert, Board of Directors

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Award-winning McDonald’s Board member Cathy Engelbert has an impressive career, from Deloitte CEO to WNBA Commissioner, and a vision for a gender equal workplace.

Heidi Capozzi, Global Chief People Officer

Heidi Capozzi

In this role Heidi Capozzi leads McDonald's Corporate Employee Relations, Diversity and Inclusion, Total Rewards and Talent Management among other areas. 

Lucy Brady, Senior Vice President

Lucy Brady Senior Vice President

Lucy Brady is passionate about digital innovation and customer satisfaction and considers feedback and consumer eating habits to meet customer needs.

Wendy Lewis, Chief Global Diversity Officer

Wendy Lewis

Wendy Lewis is responsible for guiding McDonald's Global Diversity and Inclusion efforts across all McDonald’s Corporation business functions to enrich the organization’s history and culture of opportunity, growth and economic impact within diverse communities and strategic partnerships. 

Join impressive women leading the way at McDonald's

McDonald's encourages women to aspire to the various leadership roles available at the company.

If you want to forge a leadership career, search and apply for a job at McDonald's.


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