Jon Banner going to serve as Executive Vice President and Global Chief Impact Officer of McDonald’s Corporation, effective Sept. 6.
“When I met Jon, his passion for McDonald’s was evident in his deep and enduring values, his people-centered leadership style, his geopolitical acumen, and his ability to build a global brand in today’s dynamic business environment.
It quickly became apparent that we would only be matched by our vast network and expertise in leading,” said Chris Kempzynski, McDonald’s Chief Executive Officer. “He brings an exceptional breadth of experience in building connected, high-performance teams that are known to be inclusive and empowering, making him a great addition to our systems and impact capabilities.
About Jon Banner
Jon Banner was PepsiCo’s Executive Vice President of Global Communications and President of the PepsiCo Foundation. PepsiCo products have been enjoyed by its consumers more than 1 billion times over days in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. PepsiCo is driven by a portfolio of complementary beverages and ready-to-eat foods that include Lays, Doritos, Cheetos, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, Quaker, and Sodastream, and in 2021 he will hit $79 billion in Recorded net sales.
PepsiCo’s product portfolio includes a wide variety of delightful foods and beverages, including many of its iconic brands estimated to exceed its $1 billion in annual retail sales.
Banner has led Global Communications since May 2014 and the PepsiCo Foundation since September 2017. He is responsible for his communications internally and externally across all of PepsiCo’s businesses and global sectors, and in investing in community impact he leads the philanthropic arm of the company, which has a track record of nearly 60 years. I’m here.
Banner promotes more sustainable food systems through partnerships and philanthropic investments to alleviate hunger, manage water and waste responsibly, and support women change agents.
Rethinking the role of the Foundation. In 2020, she will lead the foundation’s broader response to the COVID-19-pandemic, contributing more than $60 million to COVID relief and serving 120 million meals to families in need. donated. Prior to this, he served as Senior Vice President of Global Strategy and Planning for PepsiCo. Worked closely with the unit and management.
Jon Banner Biography
Banner has over 20 years of journalism experience. Prior to joining PepsiCo, Banner held senior and editorial positions at ABC News where he led the rebranding of the News division and worked with his anchors and network for the world’s leading news network.
A mainstay at Broadcasting, he led a global team that included hundreds of employees around the world. “ABC World News.” When appointed, he was the youngest producer of the evening news in ABC’s history. As of 2010, he also oversees coverage of all political and special events for the division, with the show he made number one in 2007.
Banner’s achievements in journalism have earned him 16 Emmy Awards.
During his tenure, World News reported his Edward R. Winner of the Murrow Award for Best News Program in 2004 and 2005. The show also won the Murrow Award, the George Polk Award (2008), and the Foreign Press Club Award (2009).
Banner was a member of his team at ABC News, who won the 2001 Peabody Award for his coverage of the 9/11 events on the network.
Hastings, New York His Hudson native, Banner received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Boston College.
He and his wife have two daughters. Banner is located in Purchase, New York