The 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America

We identify the best and brightest leaders in business and industry

JESSE TYSON
Director, Global Aviation
ExxonMobil
Power Move: Tyson manages the largest jet fuel business in the world. His scope includes marketing, operations, planning, and overall business strategy. Tyson has 1,000 employees and manages ExxonMobil or affiliates’ involvement in 250 joint ventures with a $500 million operating budget.

JEFFREY J. WEAVER
Executive VP & Group Head, Credit Portfolio Management
KeyCorp
Power Move: Weaver develops and implements economic capital optimization strategies for KeyCorp’s $50 billion wholesale credit portfolio. He identifies transactions that reduce default risk and enhance returns.

EDWARD T. WELBURN JR.
VP, Global Design
General Motors
Power Move: Welburn is responsible for the design development of all GM cars and trucks. He heads a team of more than 1,400 operating in 11 design centers in eight countries around the world. He became the sixth design leader in GM history in 2003.

MARY BETH WEST
Executive VP & Chief Marketing Officer
Kraft Foods Inc.
Power Move: West is responsible for consumer insights and strategy, integrated marketing communications, consumer services, sustainability, and the Tassimo business internationally.

ANRÉ WILLIAMS
President, Global Commercial Card Group
American Express
Power Move: Williams has overall responsibility for the division that markets American Express Corporate Card, Corporate Purchasing Solutions, and other payment products to large and mid-sized corporations. He leads a team of 2,500 employees around the globe.

KATHLEEN WILSON-THOMPSON
Senior VP, Global Human Resources
Kellogg
Power Move: A member of Kellogg’s global leadership team, Wilson-Thompson drives a number of projects critical to the company’s long-term success such as enhancing its Global Human Resources strategy, or “people strategy,” which strengthens the way Kellogg as a company approaches recruiting, retaining, and developing their employees. Wilson-Thompson is also undertaking an initiative to redesign the processes and information systems used to manage all of Kellogg’s people needs.

JIM WINESTOCK
Senior VP, Operations
UPS
Power Move: Winestock is responsible for all U.S. operations, which includes the pick up and delivery of more than 15.8 million packages each day and 358,000 employees.
Winestock has served as district manager for Northeast Texas and Missouri and as vice president and region manager in the Midwest and the North Central regions.

ALFRED W. ZOLLAR
General Manager, IBM Tivoli Software
IBM
Power Move: Zollar is responsible for the strategic direction and ongoing operations for the Tivoli software brand.
He has held several high-level positions within IBM, including senior management positions in every IBM Software Group Division.

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