Pat McKay

Pat McKay has extensive senior executive business leadership and consulting experience.  As Senior Vice President for IRI, she was corporate lead executive for global customers including Nestle, GSK, Colgate and Heinz.  She was Vice President of Marketing for the entire Drug Store channel at AmerisourceBergen, an over $80 Billion leader in the drug wholesale business.  She was Vice President Customer Marketing and The Customer Investment Team at Campbell’s Soup.  She has a strong record of advancement to increased responsibility and industry best practice experience with Procter & Gamble.

Pat has successfully delivered game-changing results in Sales, Customer Marketing and Organizational Change Management initiatives.  She has delivered breakthrough marketing plans, re-engineered sales and marketing business planning processes and lead global sales teams.  She was Campbell’s senior executive leading a $50+ million cross functional project to redesign trade promotion practices and design and implement a state of the art predictive business system to maximize trade spend.  She has demonstrated success as a consultant and Managing Partner leading practice excellence in Sales Effectiveness, Change Management, and Organizational Effectiveness at ArchPoint Consulting and The Partnering Group.  She repeatedly served as a role model and leader to launch corporate diversity initiatives at Procter & Gamble, Campbell’s Soup, IRI and AmerisourceBergen. 

Pat is currently a Board of Trustees Member for the P&G Alumni Network Foundation and is a Board of Directors Member for Innovation Engineering.  She served three years as Co-Chair for The Episcopal Academy Annual Giving Fund Drive raising over $6.0 million.  She was Co-Chair for two years for The Episcopal Academy Parent’s Association largest fundraiser generating over $600,000.  She has served as a Senior Acolyte for St. Mary’s Episcopal Church for over 15 years and served on the Search Committee for the current Priest.   

Pat earned a Master’s degree in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania where she consulted on behalf of the university.  She has a B.S. from Miami University where she was one of 25 women from her graduating class selected for Mortar Board based on leadership and academic excellence.