Sandra MacQuillan is the Executive Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer for Mondelēz International (NYSE: MDLZ), the $26B consumer goods company. As EVP, Sandra leads all aspects of the organization’s global supply chain including Procurement, Manufacturing, Logistics, Engineering Sustainability and Safety. Sandra is a member of Mondelēz Executive Leadership Team.
Prior to joining Mondelēz International in June 2019, Sandra spent four years with Kimberly-Clark as their first-ever Supply Chain Officer, where she was responsible for creating and building their Supply Chain and Supply Chain Leadership team, focusing on performance, integration, core strategies and metrics to sustained delivery. Under her leadership, this work resulted in best-in-class performance in cost-saving and step-changes in cash, customer service, quality, safety and sustainability.
For almost 21 years prior to her tenure at Kimberly-Clark, Sandra worked at Mars Incorporated, holding supply chain positions of increasing responsibility across the world. In her last role at Mars, she served as Global Vice President of Supply Chain for its $15 billion Global Petcare business.
Sandra’s passion and expertise are in creating and implementing customer-focused supply strategies that deliver both customer value and supply chain effectiveness. She is passionate about the role the supply chain plays in driving value to businesses by connecting and transforming the Supply Chain through deep understanding and partnership with the Business.
Sandra currently serves as a Board member for Trimble, a leading developer of Global Navigation Satellite System receivers, laser rangefinders, unmanned aerial vehicles, inertial navigation systems and software processing tools. She is also a Board member for SCM World’s Executive Advisory Board. In addition, Sandra is on the Board of Trustees for Atlanta International School, Atlanta, Georgia.
She is a chartered mechanical engineer and was elected as a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers in 2011. She was also appointed a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in recognition of the work early in her career in encouraging young students, particularly women, into engineering.