The 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America

We identify the best and brightest leaders in business and industry

HAROLD MORRISON JR.
Executive VP & Chief Global Field Officer
Chubb Corp.
Power Move: Morrison is in charge of the company’s U.S. and international field operations. In the past year, Morrison successfully restructured the U.S. field organization to better utilize resources and to increase the efficiency of the operations.

COLBERT NARCISSE
COO, Americas Investment Banking
Merrill Lynch
Power Move: Narcisse manages competitor analysis, human resources, risk controls and expense, compliance, and real estate. He is responsible for increasing the firm’s competitive positioning and market share, as well as banker productivity assessment, client planning, and segmentation.

KIM NELSON
VP & President, Snacks Unlimited
General Mills
Power Move: As president of General Mills Snacks Unlimited Division, Nelson is responsible for the profitable growth of some of America’s favorite snack brands. Nelson’s portfolio of businesses contributes $1.1 billion in reported net sales to General Mills.

FELICIA NORWOOD
President & COO, ActiveHealth Management Inc.
Aetna
Power Move: norwood manages all of the day-to-day operations of ActiveHealth Management—a wholly owned subsidiary of Aetna—including sales, account management, IT, clinical operations, finance, marketing, communications, product management, data analytics, and human resources.

VICKI R. PALMER
Executive VP, Financial Services & Administration
Coca-Cola
Enterprises Inc.
Power Move: Palmer is responsible for overseeing the management of Coca-Cola Enterprises’ $9 billion multicurrency debt portfolio, its $5 billion pension and 401(k) plan investments, internal audit, risk management, diversity, the ombuds office, and corporate affairs.

HERBERT K. PARKER
Chief Financial Officer
Harman International
Parker is a member of this $4 billion company’s Group Executive Committee, with responsibility for directing all finance and accounting functions. This includes financial planning and forecasting, P&L reporting, auditing, treasury, and investor relations functions.

CHARLES E. PHILLIPS JR.
President
Oracle Corp.
Power Move: Phillips is responsible for Oracle’s corporate strategy and global field operations, including consulting, marketing, sales, alliances and channels, and customer programs. Under his leadership, Oracle has acquired more than nine companies.

CECIL PICKETT, M.D.
President, Research & Development
Biogen Idec
Power Move: Pickett oversees every step of Biogen Idec’s research in neurology, rheumatology, and cardiovascular areas and manages every step from initial testing and development to clinical trials and FDA applications.

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