H. Fisk Johnson, '79, MEng '80, MS '82, MBA '84, PhD '86
CEO and chairman, SC Johnson
H. Fisk Johnson, the fifth generation Johnson to lead the SC Johnson family company, has held a broad range of marketing and general management positions since joining the company in March of 1987, including president and general manager, Canadian Johnson; vice president, North America Home Care; and president, Americas and Asia Pacific. On his watch, SC Johnson has received wide recognition for its trademark Greenlist process for choosing better, more sustainable ingredients for its products, and began working closely with partners in developing countries to create sustainable and environmentally responsible business opportunities that drive economic growth. The 124-year-old company, with more than $8 billion in sales, employs approximately 12,000 people globally and sells products in virtually every country around the world.
Irene Rosenfeld, '75, MS '77, PhD '80
CEO, Mondelēz International
Prior to her experience at Mondelēz International, Irene Rosenfeld brought more than 20 years experience in consumer packaged goods to Kraft Foods, Inc., the world's second-largest food-and-beverage company, when she took the helm in June 2006. She previously served as chairman and CEO of Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo. Prior to that, she held a number of key positions at Kraft and General Foods. Her accomplishments include integration of Kraft's $19 billion Nabisco acquisition.
Kyung-Bae Suh, MBA '87
President and CEO, AmorePacific Corp.
As head of AmorePacific, one of the world's top-30 cosmetics manufacturing firms, Kyung-Bae Suh has led his company to sustained growth, with a unique corporate philosophy. Under its tenet of "Conscious Capitalism," AmorePacific has committed to growth based on eco-friendly, transparent management. The Seoul-based firm markets 10 cosmetic brands, five personal-care brands, and two health brands, including, Kerotop, an arthritis treatment in band-aid form. AmorePacific enjoyed revenue equivalent to $1.4 billion in 2005.