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Company executive

Mary E. Minnick, American investment company executive, former beverage company executive. Named one of 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, Fortune magazine, 2005, 2006, 100 Most Powerful Women in World, Forbes magazine, 2005, 25 Masters of Innovation, BusinessWeek, 2006, 50 Women to Watch, Wall St. Journal, 2006, Next 20 Female Chief executive officers, Pink Magazine & Forté Foundation, 2006.


Minnick, Mary E. was born on November 27, 1959 in Evanston, Illinois, United States.


Bachelor of Science in Business, Bowling Green State University, 1981. Master of Business Administration, Duke University, 1983.


With, fountain sales, bottle/can division Coca-Cola United States of America. Assistant vice president, director, non-carbonated beverages The Coca-Cola Company, 1993—1995, vice president, Middle & Far East marketing, 1996—1997, president, South Pacific division, 1997—2000, president, Coca-Cola Japan, 2000—2001, president, chief operating officer, Asia Group, 2001—2005, executive vice president, 2002—2007, president, marketing strategy & innovation, 2005—2007. Partner Lion Capital LLP, London, since 2007.


Member Dean's Council John F. Kennedy School Business, Harvard University. Board visitors Fuqua School Business.